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Complete Mandarin - £25.97 @Amazon
Complete Mandarin - £25.97 @Amazon

Complete Mandarin - £25.97 @Amazon

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Vocabulary Builder Mandarin - For children and their families, using cartoon characters to make learning fun.
Talk Now Mandarin - ideal for beginners to build confidence in listening to and speaking a foreign language.
Talk More Mandarin - for beginners+ to increase your language skills and prepare yourself for the next level
The latest interactive techniques and broadcast quality video.
World Talk Mandarin - for intermediates. Improve listening and speaking skills and build on fluency.


Mandarin is the language of the future the way things are going, time to start learning!

8 Comments

Ni Hao - that is as far as my Chinese goes.

BTW sounds like a fantastic deal. Seen as it is the first or second most common language in the world; it would be a good idea if we all studied it - it would open up British trade like nothing else could.

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breadfred

Ni Hao - that is as far as my Chinese goes.BTW sounds like a fantastic … Ni Hao - that is as far as my Chinese goes.BTW sounds like a fantastic deal. Seen as it is the first or second most common language in the world; it would be a good idea if we all studied it - it would open up British trade like nothing else could.



Good point we all need to do our bit to make Britain more competitive in the world if we want to keep our current lifestyle.

Bit random, but great deal!

I've got a feeling this is a bundle of language packs that are very old.

Getting to know a Chinese student sdudying here (aren't they everywhere?) will be a far better/free way to learn the basics of the language than any software.
Edited by: "bittergeek" 16th Apr 2011

There's a really good set of lessons for free at chineseclass101.com/ I've gone more in depth with the Japanese set though. If you get through the free stuff you can pay £5 for a month's subscription and rip all of the audio and video off the site in one go.

montblanc

There's a really good set of lessons for free … There's a really good set of lessons for free athttp://www.chineseclass101.com/ I've gone more in depth with the Japanese set though. If you get through the free stuff you can pay £5 for a month's subscription and rip all of the audio and video off the site in one go.



Nice one MontBlanc, handy link.

Good deal as well. Hot!

Would love to learn this but i know if i buy it i would never use it lmao
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