- Thursday July 14th, 2016
- Posted by: Gia Sư Quốc Tế
- Category: Uncategorized
GSQT – About one-fifth of the world’s population takes Chinese as their official language. In many high schools, colleges and universities, Chinese is a compulsory second language that students have to equip for themselves to graduate.
To enter the Chinese market, people should target at knowing this most popular language as fluently as possible. Knowing Chinese, individuals have more opportunities for promotion in their career, and enterprises are able to easily communicate with their Chinese partners.
Communicating in Chinese is not difficult, as its grammar is relatively similar to that of Vietnamese. There are two Chinese styles, which are the traditional language and the simplified one. It is not too difficult to comprehend the different rules of combining Chinese radicals. Apart from the radicals, students should also understand the original Vietnamese-Chinese word to relate Vietnamese to Chinese and vice versa. It also helps boosting the process of studying the vocabulary.
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