We put together a guide to introducing yourself in Mandarin for interviews. With a little help, you can prove just how talented you really are at this beautiful and challenging language.
Luckily, introductions for interviews aren’t all that complicated in Chinese. At least, not much more than they would be in English. So it won’t be hard for you to make a great first impression and set yourself apart from the rest of the candidates.
Speaking a language is essentially a behavior, and how do we learn behavior?
A lot of the time when we can’t seem to get pinyin right, it’s because we’re not shaping our mouths or using our tongues the same way that native speakers do.
Seeing and picturing the mouth movements of a fluent speaker is a visual lesson that everyone can use to get rid of English-speaking habits that challenge their progress.
Afraid to try out your Chinese pronunciation?
Some say that Mandarin Chinese is so hard to learn.
They say the phonetic system pushes you so far from your comfort zone that it makes pronunciation a nightmare.