Mandarin Chinese


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Synonyms for Mandarin Chinese

the dialect of Chinese spoken in Beijing and adopted as the official language for all of China

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Tingxiu Wang, a mathematics professor at Texas A&M University-Commerce who is from China, said having Chennault recognized in the city, especially in Mandarin Chinese, makes him proud.
The annual competition is aimed at students who are non-native speakers, who have started learning Mandarin Chinese recently.
These hubs are centres for the teaching of Mandarin Chinese among partner schools in their respective local areas, with children in both the primary and post-primary phase benefitting.
Kung Fu Kingdom[R], the games part of the e-portal, tests not only the pupils' speaking, listening and reading ability but also their written Mandarin Chinese because the recognition and knowledge of Chinese characters is an important part of studying the language.
Paiboon Publishing having recognized this demand has raised the benchmark with exceptional app products for learners of SE Asian languages, for Mandarin Chinese and Lao, in addition to their successful Burmese, Vietnamese, Cambodian and Thai language products.
K12 public school students studying Mandarin Chinese tripled from 20,000 in 2004 to 60,000 in 2008 and continues to rise, according to Marty Abbott, executive director of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.
Villemaire, however, was opposed to the sudden timing of yesterday's meeting and wondered if information on teaching Mandarin Chinese could be obtained more readily by talking to school officials in Grafton and Westboro, where that language is offered.
Any pupil going into the outside world with a good working knowledge of a language like Mandarin Chinese would be able to literally walk into a job in several key sectors of the economy, so useful and rare a skill would that be.
Since the SSAT was launched to promote learning Chinese it has seen the number of schools of excellence teaching Mandarin Chinese nearly triple as teachers are understanding the growing importance for the next generation to understand the Chinese language and culture.
He is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and has lived in Asia three different times.
Summary: Mandarin Chinese was announced as the next FREE course at Eton Institute for the month of July.
The DVD is in Mandarin Chinese with English subtitles.
The politician is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and served once as a trade representative and ambassador to Singapore.
Martinez, who is fluent in Spanish and proficient in both Mandarin Chinese and French, will graduate with a law degree from Stetson in May.
It went on to generate world-wide interest, with the Mail becoming the first English language newspaper to print its front page headline in Mandarin Chinese.