China continues to assert a strong position in the global market. As a result, a surprising number of people now live and work in China, despite knowing little or no Chinese. According to Forbes, China is one of the best destinations for work opportunities, but failure to assimilate with the local culture is one of the biggest struggles for expats. Since Chinese is an undeniable part of culture, it makes sense for foreigners living in China to learn Chinese.
However, fitting Chinese classes into one’s day-to-day schedule can be a struggle on its own. Traditional Chinese schools often have large classes and rigid schedules, and in-house Chinese tutors must be very carefully screened and interviewed.
That’s where TutorMing comes in. For busy professionals, TutorMing is a convenient and flexible solution to learning Chinese. Students can learn from the comfort of their own home, on their laptop or tablet. Classes are available 24/7, 365 days a year, which makes it easy to fit TutorMing classes into any kind of schedule.
TutorMing has excellent tutors that are certified and have extensive experience in teaching Chinese to English speakers. Many have the following certifications: Teaching Chinese for Business Purposes (TCBP) and Teaching Chinese to Young Learners (TCYL), which makes TutorMing the perfect choice for expats and foreigners, and their families.
In today’s technological age, there is no reason to keep learning from boring and generic textbooks. TutorMing has thousands of lesson plans online, with all kinds of topics. Using a sophisticated Dynamic Course Generating System (DCGS), TutorMing matches the student with the lesson that best suits their needs based on their interests, background, and industry. This ensures that the student is always learning something relevant to them.
Students can use the online system to complete review questions, analyze their weaknesses, and monitor their Chinese learning progress. Parents can also check on the lessons that their kids have covered, and make sure they are on track to achieve their Chinese fluency goals.
Aside from lessons, TutorMing also provides various Chinese resources including apps, helpful articles, and other tools so students can supplement their Chinese learning outside of the platform.
Here’s a testimonial by one of TutorMing’s students: “With TutorMing interesting lessons are provided at the right level. In addition, I’ve found it very easy to study with the teachers, and enjoy my classes. The audio-visual format is easy to use, and during class I can concentrate on speaking rather than writing things down, as the teachers take notes that can then be downloaded after the lesson. I plan to continue using this service for a long time.”
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