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Customer Reviews

Best i've heard

This is the best I've heard podcast wise. I'm learning mandarin for my major and wanted a head start this summer. What I enjoy about this is that they don't speak English super slow and then Mandarin super quickly like some of the other podcasts I've downloaded. I enjoy how they speak at normal pace for both English and Mandarin. They also constantly repeat the Mandarin first at normal speed, then slowly then normal speed again. They also stress the tones a little more than a native chinese speaker would but it helps for those who have trouble identifying the tones since English isn't a tonal language. Five stars!! :)

Wonderful Podcast

As a beginner in Mandarin, this podcast has really become invaluable. Unlike others where you must hunt down a transcript, this one already includes one for iPod users. And it includes the traditional, simplified, English, and pingyin characters for those who are visual learners as pingyin really does help with pronouciation. The best part is that the lessons are actually entertaining and focus not only on the language but also the culture and characteristics China.


It doesn't take long to determine whether a language course is worthwhile. This one had me hooked from lesson 1.