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I teach Mandarin Chinese for free

Postby dancerlu » Mon, 28 Dec 2009 12:06 pm

Hello,everyone, I am from Shanghai, mainland China, with a Master Degree in Mass communication and Bachelor degree in Education and I used to be a boradcast journalist when in High School and was a part-time teacher. So I speak very standard Mandarin Chinese plus experience in teaching.
Now I am in Singapore and I'm looking for a partner who speaks with a good British Accent! (good accent not fake British accent like the one Ross speaks in episodes of Friends!)
Yes, that's why I will teach my partner mandarin Chinese for free, for my partner should in return teach me a British Accent!
So anyone interested in learning Mandarin Chinese, and with a good British accent are welcome to contact me!
my name is Yu Qing (you can call me Ching), e-mail address: luyuqing0708@gmail.com
Thank you all for your advice!

[Please don't post your phone number, thks, Baf, Mod]

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Interested

Postby Pt coach » Wed, 20 Jan 2010 9:40 pm

您好马?
I'm interested in picking up again . From uk southeast can teach British and regional colloquial speech.
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Pm?

Postby Pt coach » Wed, 20 Jan 2010 9:47 pm

Pm?
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Postby dancerlu » Fri, 22 Jan 2010 11:01 am

Hi, Pt coach. This is dancerlu.
coz I don't have posted enough here,so I'm restricted to reply to you by PM,so very sorry. but you can contact by e-mail.

on one hand, I've already had someone who wants to teach me the accent in returen for my doing mandarin conversation to him. he comes first so I will share more with him.

but on the other hand, coz I'm still in the process of looking for job, that means most of the time, I'm free, (until I got a job). So I still have time to spare. It's my pleasure to teach you some Mandarin.

Let's keep in touch. Better via e-mail, thanks!


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