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My Chinese Coach (DS) - £12.98 (+ 9% Quidco) @ Game
My Chinese Coach (DS) - £12.98 (+ 9% Quidco) @ Game

My Chinese Coach (DS) - £12.98 (+ 9% Quidco) @ Game

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Learning Chinese has never been so much fun! My Chinese Coach uses carefully structured lessons that guide you through vocabulary and calligraphy exercises. Explore China as you learn the basic pronunciations unique to the Mandarin language. Learn to pronounce sounds unique to Chinese by comparing your voice to a native speaker. Use the Nintendo DS stylus to trace over and properly write Chinese Characters.

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I bet this is quite fun actually, anyone ever played it? Couldnt hurt to learn a new language could it?

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H_K;5101784

I bet this is quite fun actually, anyone ever played it? Couldnt hurt to … I bet this is quite fun actually, anyone ever played it? Couldnt hurt to learn a new language could it?



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I have tried it and it is very fun (whack-a-mole words!)

Very well structured with each subject taught as a separate lesson

Learning is at a good pace (lessons not too long and you can replay, go back/forward at each stage of the lesson until you remember)

I have it. It's great but I would consider it a learning tool more than a tutor. It's nice to get all the info on radicals, pronunciation etc. from a teacher (I mean, I did) but as for writing/vocab this is hard to beat. If you want to learn Chinese, you can't go wrong with this.

I didn't play any of the games but then again I'm one of those people who gets tremendous enjoyment out of just repeatedly writing the characters. To that end they let you trace the real one, or scribble it on your own and compare it to the real one.

Lectures are usually broken down into a few new words and as with all the language coach games there's a quiz at the beginning to help gauge your starting point.

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nodham;5104124

I have it. It's great but I would consider it a learning tool more than a … I have it. It's great but I would consider it a learning tool more than a tutor. It's nice to get all the info on radicals, pronunciation etc. from a teacher (I mean, I did) but as for writing/vocab this is hard to beat. If you want to learn Chinese, you can't go wrong with this. I didn't play any of the games but then again I'm one of those people who gets tremendous enjoyment out of just repeatedly writing the characters. To that end they let you trace the real one, or scribble it on your own and compare it to the real one. Lectures are usually broken down into a few new words and as with all the language coach games there's a quiz at the beginning to help gauge your starting point.



I find the writing game the hardest (learning curve is steep for me :oops:)

I would pay a lot if the studio made a Polish version (please!)
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