Chinese (Mandarin), Q&S

Chinese (Mandarin), Q&S

Learn to Speak and Understand Mandarin Chinese with Pimsleur Language Programs
  • This Edition: CD
  • Lessons: 8
  • ISBN: 9780671790332
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  • List Price: $19.95

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Includes 8 lessons on 4 CDs

This course teaches Mandarin, also known as Standard Chinese. Mandarin is the official spoken language in Mainland China and Taiwan. It is also widely spoken in Singapore and Malaysia, and it is one of the five official languages of the UN. Mandarin is used in Chinese schools, colleges, universities, and in the media. Learn Mandarin Chinese today with Pimsleur.

Quick & Simple Mandarin Chinese includes the first 8 lessons from the Pimsleur Mandarin Chinese I, 30-Unit program. 4 hours. Effective language learning with real-life spoken practice sessions.

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Good, but don't buy this...

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  • Easy to use
  • Fun
  • It Works
  • Perfects Accent
  • Portable


  • Expensive

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  • Business/Work
  • Travel

Comments about Chinese (Mandarin), Q&S:

This program is stellar. I've used Rosetta Stone for German, and this is by far much quicker and much more comprehensive. Dr. Pimsleur deserves all of our commendations for this somewhat obvious, yet not explored, version.HOWEVER!!! I would suggest buying unit 1 (lessons 1-30) instead of this, as these are the same lessons, and my [$] could have bought half a stock in Toyota.

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