Indians have always found doing business and carrying out other activities in China a challenge due to the language barrier. Making new friends and relationships, travelling alone, ordering food and such simple task become a mega task. One is completely dependent on the interpreters and translators.
To overcome these barriers, Indo Sino Bridge has introduced A Comprehensive Mandarin Course. It focuses on developing Spoken and Listening skills. At the same time writing and reading skills are taught so as to prepare students for various international competitive exams.
Comprehensive Mandarin Course also caters to the needs of aspirants of HSK and other international exams. Those who intend to appear for HSK can enrol for this course.
Designed for learners with no prior knowledge in Chinese . It is also suitable for those who can understand some simple Chinese characters and sentences. The course enables them in continuing their Chinese studies. In ECC 1 all characters are provided along with Pinyin.
Designed for learners who have completed ECC1 training or have passed HSK1, can use some simple Chinese characters and sentences, and enables them to pursue their Chinese studies and take it to the next level. In HSK 2 all characters are provided along with Pinyin.
This course is conducted for people who have completed both levels of ECC or have completed the equivalent of 80 hours of studies in Chinese or have passed HSK2. All the four macro skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing will be taught through an integrated communicative approach. The focus is, however, on developing the students’ listening, speaking and reading skills. Doing ICC1 course is equivalent to learning for HSK3.
Designed for learners who can discuss a relatively wide range of topics in Chinese and are capable of communicating with Chinese speakers at a higher standard. One should have completed ICC1 or at least 100 hours of Chinese language training or have mastered usage of at least 600 words. Doing ICC2 course is similar to learning for HSK4.
Designed for learners to enable them to read Chinese newspapers and magazines, watch Chinese films, write and deliver a speech in Chinese. The learner should have completed at least 140 hours of training and have mastered the usage of at least 1200 commonly used Chinese words. The course aims to enable learner to understand information communicated in Chinese and are capable of expressing themselves fluently; both in written or oral form.
Designed to develop learner’s comprehension of the language. It also aims at developing ability to produce language. It focuses to help learners easily understand any information communicated in Chinese and make them capable of smoothly expressing themselves in written or oral form. A lot of emphasis is given on a strong grasp of Chinese grammar and culture. The learner should have already mastered the usage of at least 2500 commonly used Chinese words.