Learn Chinese in China with Keats School

Combine Local Culture with Learning to Speak Chinese – Teaching Experience in Argentina

November 8, 2013

It is not like learning Chinese in China , we should consider about the local culture when learning Chinese in overseas countries. Argentineans are enthusiastic and active, invigorating and conversable, sometimes gentle, polite and elegant. They like singing and dancing. Their capital is the birth place of “Tango”. Relatives and friends will hug and kiss each other as soon […]

Teaching Opinions to Help Students Learn to Speak Chinese Well

November 8, 2013

As for the discrimination between situation teaching and circumstance teaching, the author thinks that there is no such serious boundary. Both of them aim to provide a studying environment for students who learn to speak Chinese. And the environment should relate to inside class and outside class. Many scholars raised their own opinions on language situation. […]

The Diversification Tendency of Chinese Language Courses and Challenges for Promotion of Chinese

November 8, 2013

Although not learning Chinese in China, you can still find that Chinese language courses have been showing the developing tendency of diversification. This diversification tendency can be concluded into four aspects as following. The first, teaching main body has been transferring from university to elementary and secondary school. In the past, Chinese teaching focused on a few universities […]

A Group of Students Learn to Speak Chinese Homophones by Collecting Materials and Preparing Topics

November 8, 2013

Recently, some students who are learning Chinese in China organized a small Chinese language group to learn to speak Chinese together. This week, their topic is homophone phenomena in Chinese. They found that the homophone phenomena are quite common in China. During the process of learning Chinese in China, they have seen these happen in their daily life, such as advertisements, puzzles, […]

Alternation Expressions for Students Who Are Learning Chinese Language

November 8, 2013

Some students who are learning Mandarin in China, sometimes they may feel difficult to express the meaning of alternation. “忽而A,忽而B” and “忽A,忽B” are the most common pattern to express alternation in modern Chinese. learning Chinese language, you should know this kind of expression. Movement alternation refers to an alternation that in a certain period two or more […]

Omission of Punctuation Marks in Learning Chinese Language for Korean Overseas Students

November 8, 2013

As one the organic components of language, punctuation marks are also the important contents of learning Chinese language. So far, there has not been special teaching about punctuation marks and most students don’t pay attention to the use of punctuation marks when they are learning Chinese language. Because academic fields haven’t focused on the errors of punctuation […]

Students of Studying Chinese in China Found Some Typical Mistranslation for Dessert Names in A Dream of Red Mansions

November 8, 2013

A Dream of Red Mansions is not only famous for its wonderful plots and beautiful language, but also for the all kinds of delicious Chinese traditional deserts. Most of the desserts mentioned by this book are real foods which are full of Chinese tradition and features and the important part of Chinese catering culture. People […]

The Situation of Teacher Teams of Chinese Language Courses in Kazakhstan

November 8, 2013

In recent years, the population of Chinese learners of Kazakhstan is becoming larger and larger. More students want to learn Chinese in China in the future. Seeing from the geographical distribution of the Chinese learners, the closer the city is to China, the more Chinese learners there are. Alma-Ata——the closest metropolis to China is always the center […]

The Different Syntactic Distribution of “差不多”and “差一点”Provided by the Chinese Program in China

November 8, 2013

Learning Chinese in China, you will find the two words “差不多”and “差一点” are little bit similar. About the syntactic distribution of “差不多”and “差一点“, the 800 Modern Chinese Words only mentions that ”差不多“ can co-occur with verb, adjective and quantifier but not points out the limitations. As for the grammar appearance of ”差一点“, students who are learning […]

The Teaching Approach of Expanding Words to Sentence in Chinese Language Learning Program

November 8, 2013

Many new learners will feel that Chinese is quite difficult when they are learning Mandarin in China. Some scholars say that the purpose of teaching Chinese as second language is not only to let students who are learning Mandarin in China understand the Chinese language learning program, but the most important thing is to let them learn how to use the […]

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Jean | USA
Intensive One-on-One Chinese Classes

I can’t tell you how much I liked it. The thing I liked about the teachers and the teaching method is that there is so much flexibility. The other thing I liked about the teaching is the combination of classic textbook learning and going outside. I loved it! I like getting to know other students. Everybody shared the same goal and that’s making their Chinese better. Kunming is a big city, but it is very safe to live here. Another thing I liked about Keats is the idea that people here help you. I can’t recommend it enough. I think it was a valuable experience. Looking forward to coming back!

Josephine | Indonesia
Intensive One-on-One Chinese Classes

I think Keats is one of the best language schools I have ever been to. My teacher is such an amazing person. She is so good at teaching. She makes classes fun. I have learned a lot of vocabulary during my time here. I would really recommend coming to learn Mandarin Chinese at Keats School.

Ben | USA
Small Group Chinese Class

My first semester that I studied at another school, and the pressure there was pretty high, the classroom hour was long, and the homework was pretty tedious. Since I came to Keats, I found I have a lot more opportunities to speak in the classroom. My classmates all are fluent and love speaking and participating in the class. We have great classroom dynamic.

Robert | Netherlands
Small Group Chinese Class

Since last semester, we started studying Chinese at Keats. It was the best choice we can ever make. It is a really good school. The classes are a lot of fun, you learn a lot, but very interactive, so you talk a lot which means it is not just books and writing. Kunming is a really pleasant city to live in, especially if you compare it to other cities in the east. If you like to travel, if you like to study Chinese in a fun way, Keats has the best Chinese language program for you.

Mike | Australia
Small Group Chinese Class

I think Kunming is a great city, the weather is really good. I really like Keats school and found it is very organized. The teachers here are very good. They have a coffee shop and new classrooms, a new lounge area here now, so you can chill out with your friends and practice your spoken Chinese with natives. If you’re considering coming to Keats to study, I would really recommend it. It’s the best place to learn Mandarin and I think it will be a great experience for you.

 

Filbert | Indonesia
Small Group Chinese Class

Before I came to Keats School, I had no confidence in my Chinese proficiency. I did not have the confidence to speak Mandarin Chinese and chat with Chinese people. However, after 4 months of study at Keats, I become more and more confident in speaking Chinese now. Studying Chinese in China at Keats School has been the best decision I have ever made. There are many games in the class, and my teacher’s teaching methods are also very interesting. My experience at Keats School has changed my view of China and Chinese people.

 

Steve | UK
Small Group Chinese Class

I really enjoy coming here because it is like kind of a home for me. It is a great environment to learn Mandarin Chinese in China and meet great people from all over the world. Everyone here is extremely friendly. Kunming has a really nice climate. It is a very good mix of the modern city and also a lot of historic Chinese culture. Probably got the cleanest air in China and possibly the cleanest water too. I invite you to come to study Chinese in Kunming.

Aliza | USA
Intensive One-on-One Chinese Classes

I found Keats School and I am so glad that I did. When you learn Chinese in China at Keats, you are fully being taken care of. My teacher is really great and we become lovely friends.

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