INTRODUCTION OF LEVELS 1-6
Simplest level will include things that have to do with daily life. This will help the student to deal with day-to-day interactions. For example: talking to store clerks, communicating with taxi drivers, ordering food in a restaurant, etc.
The students in Level 4 will be able to give advice and speak about current affairs. Not only this, they will be able to remark on social circumstances and their comparisons.
An addition to Level 1, these online Chinese lessons students to learn how to express their feelings on whether they like or dislike something. For example: If you buy product at the market and find out that it is broken, you will be able to use Chinese to explain why it isn't working.
This set of vocabulary skills will center on culture and its issues. Students will be able to authoritatively express their views about culture.
The students at this Mandarin level will have a very firm vocabulary and will be able to explain hobbies, interact in friendly conversation, and also give personal opinions and views about many different subjects.
Students in this level will be fluent and will be able to easily communicate with Chinese people. They will also be able to deal with certain ideological issues that may arise.
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MANDARIN
When it comes to Business Chinese, no one does it better than Get in2 China. Over 80% of the students that come through Get in2 China end up working for foreign enterprises, or Chinese-foreign enterprises, and get a lot of business experience. Our Business Chinese class has professional teachers that introduce business culture and corporate interaction techniques. Some of the things that might be taught in this class include: finance, accounting, business trade, business trips, negotiations, meetings, and much more. Conversation practice in realistic settings also can help students to better their Chinese as well as their business interaction. These are some of our finest Chinese courses, so let us help you improve your business skills in Chinese.
INTRODUCTION TO HSK COURSE
The Chinese proficiency test, or the HanyuShuipingKaoshi (HSK) is a test that was designed by the HSK Center of Beijing Language and Culture University to help assess how proficient non-native Chinese speakers are. There are three basic parts of the test: The HSK Basic, the HSK Elementary-Intermediate, and the HSK Advanced. When one achieves the required scores on each test they will receive a certificate.
The HSK is organized by the CNCCPT. Both the HSK Center of BLCU and the CNCCPT office help to handle the affairs of the HSK.
1. Applicants of HSK
The HSK Basic is for learners that have a basic knowledge of Chinese and have only taken about 100-800 hours of Chinese Learning. The HSK Elementary-Intermediate class is for people that have taken 400-2000 hours of Chinese courses. The HSK Advanced is for people that have taken over 3000 regular hours of Chinese learning.
2. Functions of HSK Certificates
- Certifies that the student has the Chinese Proficiency to get into a college or university.
- Certifies that the student is exempt from taking certain language courses because of their level of certification.
- Allows an employer to evaluate holders of the certificate based on their proficiency.