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BYU subscribes to two very good programs for supplementing your study of Chinese (and numerous other languages) at your own speed. Click below to explore.
Look for the option below the login boxes to explore the site as a guest.
You can explore the site as a guest or create a free account to save progress.
Type Chinese in to the "Pick a Language" box to see what resources are available.
Try it with "instant access" then type Chinese in the "I want to learn _________." box.
Listening Makes Perfect 听一听 This site from the University of Kansas Open Resource Language Center is designed to help beginning Chinese language students improve their pronunciation and Romanization skills.
Improve Chinese Fluency This site, created by BYU Professor Rachel Yu Liu 刘瑜, is designed to help advanced students of Chinese improve their reading and writing and presentation skills.
Many excellent resources for learning and improving your Mandarin Chinese skills.
A text-based adventure game for improving your intermediate Chinese reading and listening skills.
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