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Mandarin Chinese vs Japanese/English/Spanish

Post by enya35 » Mon, 16 Nov 2020 11:20 pm

Hi,

I am looking for someone to spend time teaching me Mandarin Chinese in a cafe near tiong bahru/tanjong pagar twice a week. I am looking to pass HSK level 3 by April 2021.

In return, I am happy to teach either Japanese (up to JLPT3 in 6 months) or Spanish.
I can also teach English, if you want.

Serious learner here.
Many thanks,
Enya

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Re: Mandarin Chinese vs Japanese/English/Spanish

Post by Yeung » Tue, 17 Nov 2020 11:09 am

Interested, I am a native Mandarin Chinese speaker. But tiong bahru/tanjong pagar is a little far for me. Do you dance? We have a dancing group in Mandarin Chinese twice a week and you could practice with several people.

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Re: Mandarin Chinese vs Japanese/English/Spanish

Post by Yeung » Wed, 18 Nov 2020 10:14 am

enya35 wrote:
Mon, 16 Nov 2020 11:20 pm
Hi,

I am looking for someone to spend time teaching me Mandarin Chinese in a cafe near tiong bahru/tanjong pagar twice a week. I am looking to pass HSK level 3 by April 2021.

In return, I am happy to teach either Japanese (up to JLPT3 in 6 months) or Spanish.
I can also teach English, if you want.

Serious learner here.
Many thanks,
Enya
I live near national stadium.
May be we could make it at Scape building in Orchard, National stadium or Suntec city, it's up to you. Thanks.

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Re: Mandarin Chinese vs Japanese/English/Spanish

Post by choc19 » Mon, 07 Dec 2020 12:44 pm

Hi Enya,
I've learnt some basic Japanese many years back and is rusty and would like to pick it up again, kindly consider learning Mandarin Chinese from me too as I had about 12 years of formal education at it in Singapore up to Junior College levels. Thank you very much.

Regards,
Ken Zeng

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