Is it possible to learn Mandarin Chinese within six months? 25052018

Is it possible to learn Mandarin Chinese within six months?

Mandarin Chinese is said to be one of the most difficult languages to learn. Many students who are keen to make good progress quickly will with the help of the Museum of Knowledge team learn Mandarin Chinese within six months. One of the first considerations students who wish to learn Mandarin Chinese must bear in mind is the importance of regular practice, time and dedication. Not all students have the time to commit to regular hours and all students learn Mandarin Chinese at a different pace, and these factors will in turn greatly affect the impact of the language learning process and how quickly a student can expect to learn Mandarin Chinese.

Due to the perceived difficulty associated with learning Mandarin Chinese and for those especially whose first language may adopt either Latin or Germanic sentence structures, learning a new alphabet is one of the prominent barriers to swiftly learn Mandarin Chinese. For this reason, the Museum of Knowledge team would encourage students who have a strict timeline of six months to learn Mandarin Chinese to undertake classes of 15-20 hours per week. These Mandarin Chinese classes may include a mixture of grammar and syntax as well as exploring all disciplines of Mandarin Chinese language learning; reading, writing, listening and speaking.

First, the most important aspect that students of Mandarin Chinese will need to embark on would be to learn the new alphabet and characters specific to Mandarin Chinese. This structured learning may be combined with some simple exercises that will assist with general comprehension. Even in this case, with intense Mandarin Chinese language courses, it is more realistic for students to expect to learn Mandarin Chinese within six months with consideration given to specific language comprehension disciplines such as reading and writing. The need to also grasp vocabulary and cultural meanings will be key for the student’s endeavour to learn Mandarin Chinese within six months.




How can I improve my Spanish grammar techniques 18052018

How can I improve my Spanish grammar techniques?

The Museum of Knowledge employs traditional language learning tools and expressively explores options to improve Spanish grammar techniques. Many Spanish language learner providers may prefer to adopt more contemporary techniques that do not involve repetition or explanations of grammatical rules. The Museum of Knowledge employs tried and tested, conventional Spanish language learning tools to assist students who wish to improve their Spanish grammar techniques. Such traditional techniques combine contemporary language learning tools for seamless e-learning so that students who wish to learn Spanish and improve their Spanish grammar techniques can do so effectively.

Repetition has always been thought to provide a good mechanism that enables students to improve Spanish grammar techniques and this is a practice that the Museum of Knowledge employs with an innovative approach. Through e-learning modules, exercises and in some cases tailored games, Spanish language learners can improve Spanish grammar without the repetition aspect of the task becoming too mundane.

The Museum of Knowledge employs conventional language learning techniques that facilitate students who wish to improve their Spanish grammar as this serves as one of the key pillars for gaining true competency and mastering the Spanish language fully.

Tailored Spanish language courses and modules facilitate students so that they can learn Spanish and improve Spanish grammar techniques through regular practice of the Spanish courses and modules developed by the Museum of Knowledge team.



What are the benefits of learning a second language 11052018

What are the benefits of learning a second language?

The Museum of Knowledge focuses on teaching students eight business languages so the team certainly understands the benefits of learning a second language. For students who already speak a language other than their Mother tongue, learning a second language should be easier. This is because some of the same techniques used to learn the first language can be deployed in order to learn the second language of choice.

These transferable skills include developing techniques to learn grammar and sentence constructions, understanding accentuation and accents in various languages and being as creative as possible when writing.

The benefits of learning a second language include but are not limited to being able to reach out to wider communities, to engage in business communications or social engagements. In a world that is becoming ever more global, the ability to communicate in various languages is becoming increasingly important. The power of negotiation can be mastered to perfection with good and various language skills developed over time.

Speaking various languages and being able to communicate effectively with your audience in a language they are familiar with are one of the best ways to achieve excellence in negotiations and presentations and is considered a highly persuasive tool for students to employ.



Personal introductions in English, Museum of Knowledge tips 05042018

Personal introductions in English, Museum of Knowledge tips

English language courses focusing on Personal introductions will be included as one of the official Museum of Knowledge tips for those who wish to perfect greetings whether these are formal or informal. English language courses will include those tailored towards students who wish to learn how they can personally introduce themselves in English. The Museum of Knowledge team focuses on language learning for advanced business speakers, however the team will soon be addressing the intermediate language learning gap in the market for those who wish to develop their social skills

Personal introductions differ according to the audience with whom the student communicates. Unlike French, Spanish or Italian, there are no general differentials in English and neither are there specific formal and informal ways of communicating the word ‘you’ as there is in French (‘tu’ and ‘vous’ for example).

Students who wish to learn English must first determine whether the personal introduction they are using is formal or informal and then use the relevant phrases that pertain to that. For example, a formal introduction may commence with, “Good morning,” “May I introduce myself?” and “I am delighted/ pleased to meet you, please take a seat.”

Personal introductions in English, in absence of formal and informal subject pronouns can only be differentiated through vocabulary, structured sentences and tones relating to specific scenarios. It is important to note also that the plural and singular form of the word ‘you’ is written differently in other languages such as French, Spanish and Italian but in English despite the difference in meaning, the spelling of the word ‘you’ is written in exactly the same way.