Studying Chinese in East China normal University

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Studying Chinese in East China normal University

The long-term language classes are fit for students who aim to improve their knowledge of Chinese and Chinese language skills. The classes play an equal importance of listening, speaking, reading and writing Chinese in order to lay a solid foundation for students on the basis of realism.

In the Elementary level students will learn Chinese phonics, tones, basic words, grammar, sentence structure, explore the cultural differences between China and the students home country, a deeper understanding of Chinese culture and how Chinese is used in everyday life.

In the Intermediate course students will gain skills and knowledge through the daily interactive classes that will enable students to have a conversation without having to translate back to their home language.

At the Advanced Chinese level, students should be able to understand written words; from newspaper articles to contemporary Chinese prose. Students should also be able to converse on a wide range of topics without language or cultural barriers.

There are also cultural activities and field tripsthat comply of free and arranged field trips to historical sitesduring every semester and organize rich cultural activities like singing contests and sports matches.

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