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.