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Currently there are over 200+ Mandarin Chinese audio lessons on different topics. First 100 lessons will help you build a solid foundation in the language


Chinese Audio Lessons

Learn Mandarin Chinese with theme-based, progressive and easy to follow audio lessons. PDF lesson transcripts and worksheets are available for registered members


About Pinyin

Chinese is very different from other languages that use alphabet because the written form is not directly linked to the pronunciation


Chinese Characters

Chinese characters originate from pictograms. They have more than 5000 years of history. Most educated Chinese know about 5,000-6,000 characters



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  • Testimonials

    Hi Serge,

    I've been using your podcasts regularly for the past year and I just wanted to thank you for the fantastic job you've done! They've helped me a lot – even when I'm not actively studying I sometimes play them in the background and that helps me revise.

    Thanks again!

Recent Comments

    • Scott on Lesson 266. Dinner with the Boss.

      Taking online lessons with Serge has been great. The best thing is that he can answer immediately all of those finer points about Chinese grammar and syntax and usage that seem to make sense in English but don't in Chinese....
      Posted Jan 10, 2014
    • Bill Ross on Lesson 196. Sing and Learn. The Orchids.

      Nihao Serge, Greetings from the USA and thank you for your wonderful lessons! Would you please tell me the fellows name that sings "The Orchids"? Regards, Bill.
      Posted Dec 06, 2013
    • Serge Melnyk on Lesson 030. Quick Review. Directions and Location.

      Nihao David, I would like to give you some examples for this grammar construction. Technically, the "le" particle should be added to the very end of the dao4.....qu4(到......去) construction. Especially, if you just want to make a statement, make it known...
      Posted Nov 20, 2013
    • David Hughes on Lesson 030. Quick Review. Directions and Location.

      Serge, Nihao! Where do you put le (past participle) Dao....qu construction to make the sentence past tense? Thanks Dave
      Posted Nov 20, 2013
    • Ibrahim Keita on Lesson 009. Weather and Seasons in Chinese.

      Nin hao Serge, I would like to thank you for your great job and all your effort, I really appreciated your lessons. Xie Xie. Keita
      Posted Oct 14, 2013