Daily Chinese lessons are for Chinese learners whose time is limited but they want to learn something about Chinese life style and daily expressions. It is divided into 3 levels.
This level is for Chinese learners who are completely new to Chinese or have never learned Chinese before.
You will learn some daily words and daily expressions and topics to help you survive in everyday life in China. The topics include greetings, self-introduction, exchanging money, asking directions, etc.
This level is for Chinese learners who have some Chinese knowledge; maybe they can communicate in Chinese with basic vocabulary and expressions
You will learn more expressions and topics such as travel, sports, medical care, etc. After you finish this level, you are able to conduct conversation on familiar topics with native speakers.
This is level is for Chinese learners who can conduct daily conversation with the native speakers, but maybe they cannot speak fluently and sometimes need time to consider the words what they want to express.
You will learn more native expressions, idioms and even some Chinese culture. After you finish this level, you will: when in Rome, do as the Romans do.
Short answer: Mandarin.
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