Libraries ACT In addition to a range of learning materials and resources, ACT public libraries offer free access to Mango Languages which has online programs in both Mandarin and Cantonese. These programs teach practical grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and cultural skills. For more information about ACT library services CLICK HERE.
eChineseLearning One-on-one live online Chinese lessons using free video instant messaging software. Learn Chinese online with teachers in Beijing. Currently caters for students from over 40 countries in the world aged from 4 to 70.
eChineseonline A range of video courses based on different skill levels and topics. Instructions are provided by professional Chinese teachers.
TutorMing Learn Chinese anytime and anywhere on the Internet with live Chinese language consultants. Class sizes range from 1 to 6.
Learning Chinese Online Lists a huge range of online resources, many of them free, though some are quite old. Intermediate level learners may find a series of video clips of interviews with Chinese-speaking professionals very useful. The interview are accompanied by transcripts in characters (simplified and traditional), hanyu pinyin and English translations. To access, CLICK HERE, then click ‘Listening’ and ‘Cultural Interviews with Chinese-Speaking Professionals’
ChinesePod A convenient way to learn Chinese that combines audio lesson podcasts, web & mobile study tools and integrated, live speaking practice with teachers.
Hanyu Education A wide variety of online courses for all ages, some specifically designed for students in Australia. All taught by qualified bilingual language teachers.
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