Communication Mandarin 2

Speaking Mandarin can be an advantage to do business in Asia.

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DURATION:
2 days

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Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Information Technology, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   View map

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ACE , Short Courses
Course Overview People who can speak more than one language will have more job opportunities. Learning Mandarin is one of the best investment. Speaking Mandarin can be an advantage to do business in Asia, especially with the people from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Having a basic command of Mandarin will enhance learners’ communicative ability, which enables them to have an extra edge in the job market. This course is to introduce basic Chinese with emphasis on conversations, which will enable learners to exchange conversations in structured sentences using slightly difficult vocabularies.
Course Objective Upon completion of this Communication Mandarin 1 training course, participants should be able to:

  • Pronounce learned vocabulary and short phrases with correct tones.
  • Use Mandarin verbally in various contexts.
  • Recognize basic Chinese characters.
Target Audience This Communication Mandarin 2 training course is suitable for all individuals who wish to learn the basics Chinese language for daily communication purposes. It is a continuous course for Communication Mandarin 1. Thus, participants who have attended Communication Mandarin 1 are encouraged to join this training course.
Course Outline  

DAY / DATE TIME TOPIC
Day 1 9 am – 12.30 noon

10 am – 10.15 am

–          Tea break

 

12.30 noon – 2.00 pm

–          Lunch

 

2.00 pm – 5.30 pm

 

 

 

4.00 pm – 4.15 pm

–          Tea Break

1.         TIMES

  • Identifying times
  • Using times in simple conversation

 

 

 

2.         Food and beverages

  • Identifying food and beverages
  • Ordering food and bevrages
  • Chinese culture – using chopsticks

Oral practice

  • Participants present dialogue with learned topics in pair/small group.
Day 2 9 am – 12.30 noon

10 am – 10.15 am

–          Tea brea

 

12.30 noon – 2.00 pm

–          Lunch

 

2.00 pm – 5.30 pm

 

 

4.00 pm – 4.15 pm

– Tea break

1.   personal description

 

  • Describing parts of body.
  • Expressing preferences, likes or dislikes

 

2.      Shopping

  • Things to buy
  • Asking price and bargaining

 

 

Oral practice

Participants present dialogue with learned topics in pair/small group.

 

 

*Note: Topicss proposed are subjects to changes

Duration 2 Days