In September, The University of Groningen Language Centre introduces a Chinese language course. Would you like to get to grips with the basics of this major world language? Then you can sign up for one of the two beginners' courses.
The course will be an introduction to the standard Chinese language ('Mandarin') or build on knowledge and skills already present. The emphasis will be on communication in everyday situations in relation to cultural customs in China. In addition, attention will be paid to grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and writing skills.
The courses will start on 28 September. For more information and registration, please visit the website of the Language Centre.
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