Chinese learning tips

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Progress In Chinese Is Within Your Reach

So, which dialogue did you pick? Aren’t you glad you did that hard work? It’s rewarding to see yourself progress.

In Chinese, there’s a very famous quote saying:

师傅进门修行个人

Shīfù lǐng jìnmén, xiūxíng zài gèrén.

The master may teach, but progress is up to the hard work of the student.

What great inspiration, don’t you think?

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Meditation Helps with Motivation and to Learn Chinese

Have you ever heard of meditation? Meditation has become very popular lately in Hollywood. All the celebrities try meditation to disconnect from the outer world and redefine their priorities.  It feels good to reconnect with yourself. That’s one of the benefits meditation can offer. But did you know meditation was also very good to increase your focus? Indeed, the more you practice meditation, the better you focus.

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NinchaneseMeditation Helps with Motivation and to Learn Chinese
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Overcome Your Fears to Learn Chinese

I know that when you dive into Chinese learning, it can be scary. All these characters to remember, this new way of thinking, and the new pronunciation that just entered your life, it’s ok to feel afraid of something unknown and new. But it’s also good to know how to take action against those fears. Fears are keeping you from fulfilling your dreams and reaching your goals. Let me show you how to overcome your fears and after that, you’ll be confident enough to claim that learning Chinese is easy!

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Give Yourself a Time-Out when you’re Learning Chinese

You’ve been working very hard since day 1! You can be proud of yourself! How are you feeling? Have you ever noticed that when studying for too long without eating or having a break, learning new things becomes harder? If you’re feeling tired or less motivated than usual, then maybe it’s time for you to have a break.

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NinchaneseGive Yourself a Time-Out when you’re Learning Chinese
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How to Avoid the Endless To-Do List Syndrome when Learning Chinese

I guess you’ve learned a few new words since the previous advice. How many words do you know now? Are still making smalls goals to reach in each learning session? Small goals are made to be easily achieved in a day, so don’t overdo it and set tons of small goals for yourself to reach each day.

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NinchaneseHow to Avoid the Endless To-Do List Syndrome when Learning Chinese