Inchin Closer conducts three levels of Mandarin classes in India – Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced. Customized for corporate, private and group classes all the three programs are designed to be 40 hours each bringing to you real life situations in a fun, interactive and multimedia way. Replete with activities, worksheets, language games, tests, culture couture, conversational and writing practice as well as interactive listening and video aids, our courses will make sure you are armed with the right words in China.
- Learners will grasp a basic (functional) command of the language for simple, routine and familiar tasks and situations such as introducing yourself, ordering food at a restaurant and asking for directions. During the 40 hour course, students will learn 200 Mandarin words, 30 key grammar points and to read and write 20 characters. At the end of the course, students will be able to follow the general meaning of a conversation on familiar subjects, handle common social and routine work situations, refashion and combine learnt material to meet their immediate communicative and learning needs. Comprehend information on familiar topics in contextualized settings.
- Students will be able to initiate and sustain conversation on general topics including talking about their family, the weather, talking to a doctor, a factory visit, checking into a hotel, comparisons between India and China and getting things fixed around the house. During the 30 hour course, students will learn more than 230 new Mandarin words, 30 additional key grammar points, write 18 commonly used Mandarin characters and to read and recognize over 80 Mandarin characters. Having attained the essence of the language, learners will be able to communicate competently, effectively and comfortably in professional and personal contexts finding different ways of formulating what they want to say.
- Students will be able to communicate effectively & appropriately with a wide range of audiences across various topics including the economy, bilateral trade and Chinese New Year. Students will be trained in the art of taking a Chinese client out for dinner and concluding a deal, negotiations at a trade fair and giving an interview. During the 30 hour course, students will learn more than 300 new Mandarin words, 35 key grammar points, write the stroke orders of 25 commonly used Mandarin characters and to read and recognize over 100 Mandarin characters. Learners will have the confidence to participate easily in social and professional conversations. Communication will be fluent, appropriate and well organized.