Professional Mandarin (普通话) Chinese Teacher for Home / Office Lessons in Shanghai
Posted by Christina Wang @ 2014-5-271 Expiration: 2014-10-24
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We provide a premier mandarin Chinese language learning experience for students for all levels. It offers beginner, intermediate and advanced courses, individual or group classes, corporate training, professional and friendly teachers, affordable prices as well as modern, convenient facilities located in the heart of Shanghai.
The beginner intensive (加强的) courses for 2014 are:
May 1 to May 31, 9:00 am—11:00 am, 13:00 pm—17:00 pm, from Monday—Friday. Our beginner intensive courses meet from Mon—Fri, 2 hours a day, in a small group (3 to 5 students). It is a best way to learn Chinese quickly and to meet friends from all around the world.
Features and Services
1. high quality professional mandarin teachers
2. small class sizes
3. charming facilities
4. cultural activities
5. warm, personal attention
6. free broad and wireless Internet access
A free trial (试验的) lesson will be offered. Contact me at the following address. Hope to talk to you soon.
Course consultant: Christina
E-mail: shhmandarin@ yahoo. com
Cell phone: 13816984107
1. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. The courses are given on the Internet.
B. The money for the courses is unknown.
C. The courses are mainly for beginners of mandarin.
D. Applicants can only contact the consultant through email.
2. Which of the following services will be charged?
A. Wireless Internet access during the courses. B. Consulting for the information on the courses.
C. Beginner intensive courses of mandarin. D. A trial lesson of the mandarin courses.
3. What can you find in the advertisement?
a. Teaching conditions provided b. Detailed address of the training center
c. The time the advertisement was posted d. Ways for communication and consultation
A. a; b; c B. a; b; d C. b; c; d D. a; c; d
4. Where can you possibly find the above advertisement?
A. On the Internet. B. In a Chinese textbook.
C. In an English newspaper. D. In a Shanghai TV program.