"Passport" Chinese Learning Support for International School Students
"Passport" will help you have a better score at school and guide you all the way until your college entrance examination.
You may find Chinese language really difficult and learning Mandarin at school quite struggling. "Passport" is the right tool for you, your personal tutor online.
- Basic components of Chinese language
- Short and useful expressions
- Clear and well explained rules
- Short video lessons combining Chinese characters, sample sentences and pronunciation
- 7/7 24/24 available lessons and a response to your questions/comments within 48 hours.
Changqing, a native Chinese speaker, owns an international Chinese Teaching Certificate. She could speak fluently French and English, and thus has a deep understanding of learning and teaching foreign languages. After studied in China (FuDan), France (UTC) and the United-States (UPENN), she obtained a Master degree in engineering. Changqing used to work for a French MNC for more than 15 years, she has strong inter-cultural communication skills. She has been living in Singapore with her family since 2012 and joined LingLongChinese at the beginning of 2016. Changqing currently works as a Chinese teacher at ESSEC Business School in Singapore. She also teaches Business Chinese for senior executives at Safran, Dassault Aviation, etc. Her passion for teaching and sharing is very much appreciated by students.
Ge is a native Chinese speaker. After graduated from the prestigious Peking University ("Beida") in 2006, she went to France to further her studies, and got her Master’s degrees in law at Montesquieu University Bordeaux IV and in Comparative Politics at Sciences Po. Paris. In 2010, Ge moved with family to Singapore, the crossroads of East and West. She worked for a local law firm and for the Xinhua News Agency (China's official press agency)'s Singapore website before setting up LingLongChinese.
Aurélie is a French. Graduated from Paris VII University (Master Degree in Chinese language and civilization), she has an extensive knowledge about China. She studied in Beijing in 1997-1998. Then, after 7-year work experience in banking industry, she moved to China and worked in several Chinese cities (Guizhou, Shenzhen and Shanghai) in training and human resources industries from 2007 to 2012. After over 5 years in China, Aurélie moved to Singapore with her family in 2012.
Ge and Aurélie founded a LingLongChinese in Singapore in 2014. They are both trilingual Mandarin teachers (Chinese, English, French). After 3-year teaching experience, they create their online Mandarin schools: linglongchinese.com for Anglophones and linglongchinois.com for Francophones. They are dedicated to making their creative Mandarin courses accessible to more and more learners all over the world.
Start1.1 Hi, how are you? (3:02)
Start1.2 Thank you! / Sorry... (1:15)
Start1.3 Bye! / Long time no see. (1:19)
Start1.4 Nice to meet you! (1:08)
Start1.5 Where is the restroom? (1:09)
Start1.6 Please ... (1:09)
Start1.7 No/not ... (1:07)
Start1.8 Can/cannot ... (0:54)
Start1.9 Welcome! (0:36)
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