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Master Mandarin is not a book that will teach you Chinese, rather it is a book that will teach you how to learn Chinese efficiently.  This is not a cute e-book that you can read in a weekend.  It’s 300 […]

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Sensible Chinese is a great resource for learning how to write and understand Chinese characters.  Kyle, the site’s owner, does a podcast, videos, ebooks, and a blog.   He’s also developed resources such as the First Week in Chinese online course […]

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Chinese Learn Online is a progressive Mandarin course with seven levels of sixty lessons each (420 lessons total).  The lessons build on each other, gradually reducing the amount of English spoken and increasing the amount of Chinese spoken.  The hosts […]

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French Today is a husband and wife team who offer a wealth of resources.  They’re originally from France, moved to the U.S., then moved back to France so they have a very good understanding of French, English, and the pitfalls […]

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Kwiziq is a test-based study aid where you take short quizzes and program recommends short lessons for you to review and add to your notebook.  The program is ‘intelligent’ in that it learns your habits and sends you reminder emails […]

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Domino Chinese is run by a charming Swede named Felix.  Don’t worry, his accent in English may fool you into thinking he’s a Brit.  Felix, along with his friends and some enthusiastic passers-by, star in his videos taking you from […]

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Babbel is a language learning site and app.  They offer fourteen languages (Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Indonesian,Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish) divided into courses based on level (beginner, intermediate) or related vocabulary (colors, holidays, etc.). […]