I offer one-to-one tutoring, mainly helping with any assigned work from university/school including assignments such as essays, listenings, exercise questions, etc. I could offer tutoring for beginner level to advanced/post advanced level.
Hi, I’m Le-My! I am a native Mandarin and English speaker from London. I hold a BA Modern Languages from the University of Oxford. I have over 5 years' experience teaching Mandarin. I have taught at all levels, ranging from complete beginners to advanced, and everything in-between. Lessons are tailored to you and your specific needs.
Mandarin Chinese is becoming an important part of offering a progressive curriculum to students of all ages. I provides children with an essential exposure to Chinese culture through engaging activities eg. learning to write chinese characters, calligraphy writing, storytelling in Mandarin, paper cutting, learning through songs, games, flashcard and many more.
My focus is on practical Mandarin e.g. learning by conversation, discussing traditional Chinese philosophy application in today's world. I can expand into Chinese culture, economy and market. I can also help with homework for primary and secondary level. This is suitable for both children and adult.
My teaching methodology varies depending on the students. For example, if the student wants a book or already has a book, then for each class we'll study the book first and do some exercises and then have a conversation later; if the student do not have a book, then I'll make study materials for him/her based on his/her level, which includes vocabularies and grammars.
I can teach up to GCSE level Chinese or HSK level 1 and 2 with a focus on writing, reading and vocabulary. I am very flexible with teaching style, depending on how the student best learns but I have found that with learning Chinese there are some very simple memory tricks that help to make the language a lot easier to learn.
My main method is based on awareness I have on the difficulties the Chinese language can represent for a non-native speaker. Indeed, it is considered one of the hardest languages on Earth. But it is not impossible, and we can learn together how to deal with the actual language Chinese people speak everyday.
For students to build they are Chinese system, let them want to learn pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar and Chinese characters. how to make him interested in the order of grammar to explain the content of the choice of what kinds of book.
I have a degree in Chinese from London University. I lived in Beijing for 24 years where I worked as an interpreter, translator and teacher. Now back in London I tutor both children and adults. My goal is to demystify Chinese and get more people to learn as grammatically it is quite simple and the spoken language can be learnt quite quickly.
My teaching methods will depend on what student are willing to learn. As a tutor, I have patience, if student have some question, I will also give my extra time for solve the problem. It would be fun to teach with students.
Having lived in England for over 25 years, my in-depth teaching methods are easily digestible to english speaking students, and many of my previous students have learnt about the culture and stories behind the amazing language.
I am Xiaoou, I am a student studying in Comparative Literature at Aberdeen University. I now live in London for the summer. I was involved in organising teaching Mandarin to primary pupils for the Confucius Institute in Aberdeen. I also have some experience in private tutoring.
All learning materials are provided to you:) DURING THE LESSONS we’ll use scenarios related to your goals : 1. I teach you everyday vocabulary and sentences you need. 2. We role-play the situations on different aspects to make sure you’re 100% confident with the subject. 3. If you have difficulties I answer to all your questions and give you tips to improve yourself.
School notes, School books. private tuition materials from Singapore and China More details depends on individaul situation. LIU YU (VIVIAN) (concealed information)6 Currently working in London, so based in London I will teach primary school secondary school and high school students.
Maybe based on syllabus if required by client (tend to be stricter in that case). I am happy to take in learners for casual conversational skills as well.
Classes will be based on 3 key areas: vocabulary, comprehension and speaking. I am looking to teach students up to Year 9 levels, and I hope that students are proactive and passionate about the subject. I will provide materials for each lesson a few days prior for students to look over, as well as a bit of homework to ensure students familiarise themselves with the new content.
Though I am not a systematically-trained Chinese teacher, I will try to make my classes acceptable and appropriate. I will try to be a good teacher and make myself understood and clearly. I am a patient person, so you do not have to be afraid of making mistakes. Rather than criticising, I prefer to encourage people.
I studied Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages for bachelor and master. I have 4+ experience in teaching Chinese at all levels in China and also out of China，to adults and pupils. I understand Chinese is a language very different from English or any other European languages, but I will always try to make it easy for students to learn.
I'm a uni student from China and can give Chinese lessons to those who are at intermediate level of comprehension, any degree is welcome. I can help students with grammar and tell them some useful expressions and words to formulate a good article.
Well since I've taught English to a Chinese kids in different age group it all depends on which age group you are teaching to and specific way of interaction to them for instance with kids you play games,make them enjoy and interact more so they will eventually learn more
I think for anything practice makes perfect, so for my lessons I would prioritise that the language is practiced orally for at least 20minutes each lesson.
My teaching methodology depends on the individual. I tend to focus on different aspects of the language during each lesson, for example I might focus on grammar in one lesson and then vocabulary and language in the next. I hope to improve all aspects of language ability in my students.
I'm a chinese student who studies MA Education in UCL now and I did English Literature for my Bachelor's degree. I'm an outgoing and warm-hearted girl. My teaching style is full of patient and kindness. Love to work with others.
I'm a native Chinese speaker who is certified to teach customized classes. I give lessons to learners from all levels and for all subjects in the Chinese language. The method used will be personalized based on the learning style suits best for the students.
I’m a native mandarin speaker from Taiwan. I have MBA degree in Australia. I have been a private chinese tutor in teaching adults chinese conversation. It’s been more than 10 years experience on bilingual tutoring. If u wanna improve ur mandarin skill for getting a better job or staying abroad in chinese speaking countries.
I taught Chinese to international school students in Hong Kong alongside my bachelor's degree. Then I've decided making teaching Chinese as a second language my career as I have had relevant experience and I really enjoy it. Then I moved to London in 2015 and started working with different schools and people.
My teaching method is to make a study plan for the students according to their requirements. I will include both knowledge and applications in the lessons. Moreover, I will add my personal experiences into the teaching process, which is much more fun for the students and catch their interest in learning Chinese.
I will offer my lessons through Skype. Chinese, Maths, Further Maths, under A-levels. you can bring the questions that you are confusing about, or give me a topic/unit so I can prepare for it. I do not want to act like a teacher but more likely to be your friend and provide you with the most I can.
My teaching method is student centered approach to learning Chinese, where students play an equally active role in the language learning process. I base my classes on personalized learning and individualized instructions, which means that the pace of learning is optimized for the needs of each learner.
I am an MA level tutor with 4-year teaching experience who is passionate about teaching and sharing. Lessons are all interactive and lively. I believe my cultural background helps students understand better the Chinese and Hong Kong culture. All students love my tutoring.
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Learning a foreign language is never easy as it involves going outside of your comfort zone. This is even truer when it comes to learning Chinese as it uses a completely different writing system to our own and it's almost impossible to decipher without any prior understanding of it. There are few languages less similar to our own than Chinese. However, with the help of an experienced Chinese tutor or teacher, you’ll quickly be able to learn the basics before moving on to having basic conversations and asking everyday questions.
Are you getting ready for a trip to China or Taiwan? There’s one important thing left for you to do, learn the Chinese language. With 1.3 billion native speakers, Chinese is actually a group of related languages rather than a single mutually intelligible language.
These include Wu (spoken Shanghai), Cantonese (spoken in Guangzhou, Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macao), Gan, Hakka, Min (spoken in Taiwan), Xiang, Jin, Hui, Ping, and Mandarin, the most widely spoken of the languages. Standard Mandarin Chinese, or Hanyu, is the language of the Han people, is the most commonly taught and the official language of the People’s Republic of China, the Republic of China (Taiwan), and Singapore. If you decide to learn Chinese in London, you’ll probably be taught standard Mandarin Chinese, as it’s the most common Chinese language.
While Chinese has never been the most commonly taught language at GCSE and A Level, its numbers have been increasing in recent years. European languages such as French, Spanish, Italian, and German have traditionally been more popular. In fact, Chinese surpassed German at A Level this year. Given that Mandarin Chinese has over 900 million native speakers, you’d have thought that this would have happened a number of years ago. But China is a faraway land, not a European neighbour like Germany or France. Students have previously preferred not to learn this confusing and distant language.
Mandarin is a tonal language which uses four different tones that can change the meaning of each syllable. The Pinyin romanisation system represents these tones by using diacritic marks over the vowels: a macron, an acute accent, a circumflex accent, or a grave accent. That isn’t all, though. You can divide Mandarin Chinese into two main groups. Simplified Chinese is used in the People's Republic of China whereas Traditional Chinese is used in Taiwan. The Pinyin system can be used to help those familiar with the Latin alphabet learn Chinese.
However, students shouldn’t overuse the Pinyin system and should instead focus on learning Chinese characters and what they mean. With a bit of study, you’ll be able to recognise the most commonly used characters. After a few classes with a private tutor, you'll be able to phonetically transcribe some Chinese words with the help of a Chinese dictionary and be familiar with a few expressions to help you get around Chinese speaking countries. Reading and writing in Chinese may seem like a long way away, but you can always speed up the learning process by immersing yourself in the language.
You can learn Chinese quickly. However, it'll probably take you longer than it would be learning a language more similar to English.
If you want to reach an advanced level in Chinese, you’ll need a good understanding of grammatical structures, vocabulary, speaking, etc.
There are plenty of reasons for learning Chinese.
In fact, speaking Chinese will give you a rare skill and set you apart from other potential employees. You can open the doors to more jobs, demand a higher salary, or make a career change. Learning Mandarin with private tutors in London is a great way to further your career.
Additionally, you can also start looking for jobs in China and Taiwan as many positions will require some understanding of the Chinese language. As the most spoken language in the world and the language of one of the world’s superpowers, Chinese is becoming an increasingly important language on the world stage. China, “the world’s workshop”, has changed drastically in the last 15 years. Speaking Chinese is a great way to get into international businesses dealing in finance, technology, translation, interpreting, and even huge international organisations like the United Nations, etc.
Chinese lessons are a great way to deepen your understanding of the language, improve your speaking skills, and get to grips with the writing system. Private classes will be like a linguistic exchange to help you improve your knowledge of the foreign language. No matter where you’re living in London, there are plenty of tutors all over the city. Whether you’re in Camden, Greenwich, Enfield, Croydon, Richmond, Islington, Hackney, Barnet, or Fulham, you’ll be able to find private Chinese tutors. There are 120,000 people of Chinese origin in London and they make up a third of the country’s entire Chinese population.
Would you like to learn Chinese? You could do a language exchange with a native Chinese speaker and help them to speak to speak English while they help you with your Chinese. You can find Chinatown in the City of Westminster. Of course, this isn’t the only place in the capital where you can find Chinese speakers. However, it is a useful place to start looking for Chinese immersion without having to take a plane to China.
What better way to discover a language than to immerse yourself in it and the culture? If you want to immerse yourself in the Chinese language and culture, you can go to places like Beijing, Guangzhou, or Taipei. Spending time in Mainland China or other Chinese-speaking areas is great for learning the language. Once you leave the major cities, it’s unlikely that you’ll find many people who can speak English, even among the younger generations. While the internet can help you learn to say the odd phrase like “ni hao” (hello), it can’t help you in a conversation.
If you’d like to become an intermediate or advanced speaker of Chinese, you need only to find the right private Chinese tutor on Superprof. Your tutor can tailor their conversation or writing tutorials to you in order to get the most out of every hour you spend together. Regardless of your level on the CEFR, be it A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, or C2, you’ll be able to find a tutor to help you.
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Remember that Mandarin isn’t as difficult as you might think: A lot of words are made up of common characters and syllables:
Let’s have a look at “tai”, “zhong”, “guó”, “bei”, “nan”, “jing”, “shan”, “xiang”:
Tai = city, 台
Zhong = middle, centre, 中
Guó = country, 華
Bei (or Pei) = north, 北
Nan = south, 南
Jing = capital, 京
Shan = mountain, 山,
Xiang = elephant, 象.
With just these 8 characters, you can make plenty of Chinese words:
Zhongguó, The Middle Kingdom
Tainan, “the city in the south”, Taiwan
Taizhong, “the city in the centre”, Taiwan
Beijing, “the capital of the north”, China
Xiangshin, “elephant mountain”, a famous mountain in the southeast of Taipei, Taiwan
Taipei, “the city of the north”, the capital of Taiwan
Nanjing, “capital of the south”, southeast China.
If you want to learn Chinese as a beginner, you’ll need to familiarise yourself the pronunciation of Chinese words and the different tones. You’ll need to learn characters, grammar (pronouns, adverbs, verbs, adjectives, meanings of words, etc.), vocabulary, and writing. Head to the site and find the right private tutor for you: compare rates, qualifications, and experience, etc.