这是普通话 – Decipher This Code – Learn Mandarin in Mumbai
One very interesting fact to know about Chinese, the language that is, is that it’s not really a language. As in, there are Chinese languages, but there is no language which is called Chinese. It simple does not exist. The languages, infact, that we misunderstand as being Chinese are two different languages which use similar scripts. They are Mandarin and Cantonese.
It’s quite interesting, isn’t it? Now how would you like the chance to learn one of the languages?
Mandarin is the language spoken in most of Mainland China. For all sense and purposes, it is the official language of China and formal proceedings are usually conducted in Mandarin. So if you were planning a trip to China, business or pleasure, it would seem imperative to learn how to read and speak in Mandarin. Of course there are other reasons to learn a language like Mandarin; maybe you like learning new languages, maybe you are fascinated with Chinese culture and want to know more about it and the language, maybe you just enjoy trying out new things. Basically it all boils down to this, you now have the opportunity to learn how to read, write and speak in Mandarin. And the best part about it is, you can learn it right here in Mumbai.
Inchin Closer, was founded to bridge the cultural gap between India and China and bring the two nations closer together. And now Inchin Closer will be conducting Mandarin classes for anyone who is interested in learning the language.
For a price of Rs. 10,000, you will be able to read, write and speak in Mandarin by learning from native teachers from Mainland China. The course is a set of 30 hours completed over 15 weeks, each session is 2 hours long, and will be conducted at two different venues in the city; Saturday afternoons at St. Xaviers College in South Mumbai and Sunday mornings at St. Stanislaus School in Bandra.
The best part about the the classes are that they are designed especially for Indians. Better yet, each student who enrolls will receive merchandise customised with their own Chinese names. So ready to jump on the “Hindi-Cheeni Bhai Bhai” bandwagon?