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Australasian Centre of Chinese Studies

Posted : Monday 1st of January 2018

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Location : PERTH-WA-6000 (WA - Perth)

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Learn Chinese with Fun and Interaction using Accelerated Learning

What Students Will Learn 
In this course students will develop the skills of writing the commonly used Chinese radicals which are the foundation that still form the basis of modern and complex Chinese writing. 
By understanding and being proficient in these radicals students will pick up other ideographs with ease and become more familiar when using a Chinese/English dictionary. Students will also be taught how to converse under different circumstances. The whole idea when teaching writing, reading and conversing is based wholly on Accelerated Learning principles. 

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"ACCS have a fun and interactive approach to learning Chinese that makes it easy to learn and keeps you coming back for more. I can't believe how much I've learnt in a such a short period of time. I look forward to the classes every week." 
Dominique Gamble

"You guys really provide the best customer service I've experienced so far with language courses!"

"I have enjoyed the classes and found the story telling, the music and the native speakers to be most useful. The suggestive element helped memorisation and motivation."
Ian Davidson

"Yes, I have enjoyed the Mandarin lessons and found most useful the story telling, explanations and listening to the teacher, particularly at the end of evening."
John Little

"I have learnt and recognised quite a number of chinese characters since the course and my conversation level is definitely on the improve."
Annie Chew


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