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Venue Day Time Fee Weeks Start Date End Date Select To Enrol
Chinese Level 1 January 2018
Oscars International 34 Dame St. D2 Monday 18:00 - 19:30 €199 10 22 Jan 2018 26 Mar 2018
Oscars International 34 Dame St. D2 Tuesday 19:30 - 21:00 €199 10 23 Jan 2018 27 Mar 2018
Chinese Level 2 January 2018
Oscars International 34 Dame St. D2 Tuesday 18:00 - 19:30 €199 10 16 Jan 2018 20 Mar 2018
Chinese Intermediate 2 January 2018
Oscars International 34 Dame St. D2 Wednesday 18:00 - 19:30 €199 8 10 Jan 2018 28 Feb 2018

*If you are a total beginner & have missed the start date & would still like to join, it may be possible to arrange for catch up classes, cost included in full course fee. If you are not a total beginner, you can try out any class cost and commitment free, if you decide to join, you wont be charged for the trial class or any weeks that you have missed. Please contact Mandarin Coordinator Shane Zerbe on 01 2601296 or info@sandfordlanguages.ie

FREE TRIAL CLASS! The Sandford Language Institute has been running courses in Chinese (Mandarin) in Dublin 2, since 1989. Our tutor Joy; is native qualified and highly experienced, teaching the communicative use of the language and making it as relevant as possible to every day situations. All of the main language skills of Reading, Writing, Listening, speaking and Use of language (Grammar) are developed in class. Enrolment for upcoming April 2017 classes is now possible. If you join a class and the level proves too high or low, switching level is no problem. Should you have any queries, please contact Shane Zerbe on 01 2601296 or shane.zerbe@sandfordlanguages.ie


LevelsDescription
CHINESE ENQUIRIES 2017Please submit your enquiry here.
Chinese Level 1 Autumn 2017 (Missed the start date? Join now, see below)Chinese Level 1
Chinese Level 1 January 2018Level 1
Chinese 2 April 2017Advanced beginners - for beginners with a basic knowledge of all the above language skills or for students who have completed the beginners course. In-class teaching will cover more topics based on level 1, with each topic having 2-3 conversations. Key words and expressions will be explained with examples given. For each topic or situation a brief introduction to the Chinese culture will be infused to help learners have a better understanding of the language. Objectives be able to converse in Chinese using basic expressions and sentence structures mastered in Level 1. be able to communicate in simple real life situations, such as shopping and travelling. • have a better understanding of Chinese culture based on language points. • be able to describe somebody or something in simple terms. Language Skills • Pronunciation: all important sounds in the language, those challenging ones in particular, and tones • Vocabulary: about 160 words • Characters: this is optional, depending on whether the learner has done any writing or recognition in Level 1. Topics usually include: expressing gratitude, making travel plans, making an appointment, discussing work or studies, etc.
Chinese Level 2 January 2018(Continuation course to Level 1) Advanced beginners - for beginners with a basic knowledge of all the above language skills or for students who have completed the beginners course. In-class teaching will cover more topics based on level 1, with each topic having 2-3 conversations. Key words and expressions will be explained with examples given. For each topic or situation a brief introduction to the Chinese culture will be infused to help learners have a better understanding of the language. Objectives be able to converse in Chinese using basic expressions and sentence structures mastered in Level 1. be able to communicate in simple real life situations, such as shopping and travelling. • have a better understanding of Chinese culture based on language points. • be able to describe somebody or something in simple terms. Language Skills • Pronunciation: all important sounds in the language, those challenging ones in particular, and tones • Vocabulary: about 160 words • Characters: this is optional, depending on whether the learner has done any writing or recognition in Level 1. Topics usually include: expressing gratitude, making travel plans, making an appointment, discussing work or studies, etc.
Chinese Level 2 Autumn 2017Chinese Level 1
Chinese Intermediate 1 Autumn 2017Chinese Intermediate
Chinese 4 June 2017Lower Intermediate 1 Level
Chinese Intermediate 2 January 2018Continuation class to Intermediate 1 with Yan
Chinese Intermediate 2 Course Autumn 2017For students who are above the HSK3 Level.
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