[Blueboard] MANDARIN AND HOKKIEN FOR PROFESSIONALS

Santos . Richie R. ritch at admu.edu.ph
Tue Sep 24 07:08:13 PHT 2002


MANDARIN AND HOKKIEN FOR PROFESSIONALS	

The Ateneo de Manila University Chinese Studies Program offers Basic
Mandarin Chinese, Mandarin (Module 2), and Basic Hokkien for Professionals
from 28 September to 7 December 2002. They consist of eight 3-hour
sessions to be held on 28 September, 5, 12, 19 October, 9, 16, 23 November
and 7 December 2002.  Effective method taught by experienced teachers
makes learning easy and fun.


BASIC MANDARIN CHINESE	
1:30 -4:30 pm	
Social Sciences Room 280

MANDARIN CHINESE(MODULE 2)
9:00 am - 12:00 nn	
Berchmans Room 205

BASIC HOKKIEN	
9:00 am - 12:00 nn	
Berchmans Room 204	


For reservations and inquiries, please call 426-6001 locals 5208, 5209,
5080. Slots are available on a first come, first served basis. To CONFIRM
your slot, please send registration form at the Chinese Studies Program,
Ateneo de Manila University, 3rd Floor, Social Sciences Building, Loyola
Heights, Quezon City.

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BASIC MANDARIN CHINESE

Basic Mandarin Course is a twenty-four hour intensive course intended for
beginners held on 8 Saturdays. The main objective is to enable learners to
carry on practical conversations related to common situations in everyday
life. Pinyin (romanization based on the International Phonetic System)  
will be used, and the simplified form of Chinese characters introduced. An
initial exposure to Chinese traditional culture shall be integrated with
language teaching.


MANDARIN CHINESE (MODULE 2)

Mandarin Course is a twenty-four hour intensive course for those who have
some background in Mandarin. The objective is to equip participants to
carry on conversations with more ease and confidence.  Pinyin will be the
method used to teach the language.


BASIC HOKKIEN

Hokkien is the dialect spoken by the local Chinese in the country. This
24-hour Basic Hokkien course held on 8 Saturdays is designed for people
with no background in the dialect. The main objective is to enable
learners to carry on practical conversations related to the common
situations in everyday life. Some exposure to Chinese traditional culture
shall be integrated with the language teaching.




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