Learn Mandarin for Free Right Now

Learn Mandarin for Free

  • Real Chinese – Web Site
    • Presented by the BBC. A lively introduction to Mandarin Chinese in 10 short parts with video clips from the Real Chinese TV series.
  • Beginner’s Chinese iTunes Free
    • Introductory audio lessons provided by the Open University.
  • Chinese Learn Online iTunes Free – Feed
    • A dialogue-based introduction to Mandarin Chinese. Load the lessons on your mp3 player and get up the Chinese curve.
  • Chinese Lessons with Serge Melnyk iTunes Free –Feed
    • Weekly lessons in Mandarin that get very strong reviews from iTunes users..
  • Chinesepod.com iTunes Free –Feed
    • A series of well-reviewed lessons that will let you learn Mandarin on your own terms.
  • CSLPod iTunes Free –Feed
    • Here, native Mandarin speakers teach you Chinese as a second language. Audio and transcripts are available on the website. The lessons also place an emphasis on understanding Chinese culture.
  • iMandarinPod.com iTunes Free –Feed
    • This series of lessons teaches Chinese by talking about Chinese culture or what is happening today in China. More advanced than others.
  • Mandarin Chinese Feed – Web Site
    • 10 Lessons by the US Peace Corps. Make sure you visit the site and download the pdf that accompanies the lessons.
  • Mandarin Chinese Characters iTunes Free
    • Created by Emory University, this series of video lessons will help you draw several characters and numbers.
  • Mandarin in China Web Site
    • Lessons courtesy of the US Peace Corps
  • News in Slow Chinese iTunes Free – Web Site
    • Designed for intermediate Mandarin speakers. Improve your language skills by listening to world news delivered in slowly spoken words.
  • Numbers and Radicals iTunes Free
    • Emory University teaches you the proper form for writing numbers and radicals. In Video.
  • One Minute Mandarin iTunes Free – Feed
    • A quick way to cover the very basics…
  • Popup Chinese iTunes Free – Feed
    • Offers lessons for beginners and also students at intermediate and advanced levels. In addition to language lessons, Popup Chinese provides annotated short stories, HSK test prep materials and a variety of speaking and listening exercises. They broadcast out of Beijing, and all voice actors speak the standard northern dialect.
  • Survival Chinese iTunes Free – Feed
    • Learn the phrases you need to get by while traveling in China.
  • World Learner Chinese iTunes Free – Feed
    • Another in the mix of possibilities.

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