Narrated By: Paul Noble, Kai-Ti Noble
Duration: 15 hours and 1 minute
What to expect
No grammar tests. No memory drills. No chance of failure.
Welcome to Learn with Paul Noble – a unique, tried and tested language learning method that has been used by almost a million people to speak fluently and confidently in no time at all.
Take a simple, relaxed approach to learning a language that has been proven to succeed every time. Unlike more traditional language learning courses, Paul Noble’s unique method has no grammar tests, no memory drills and no chance of failure. Whatever your experience with languages, whether you’re an absolute beginner or someone with basic knowledge who wants to improve their ability, this is the course to get you speaking Mandarin Chinese quickly, easily, and effortlessly. Just listen, interact and learn wherever you are.
In this audiobook, Paul will introduce you to the basics of Mandarin Chinese and guide you through over 15 hours of everyday scenarios that will build your confidence.
You will learn a huge range of vocabulary in no time at all, and be able to quickly make your new knowledge work for you in a variety of situations like asking for directions, eating out and talking about yourself.
Two native-speaking Mandarin experts (male and female) will help you to perfect your pronunciation as you progress through the course. Language learning has finally become fun, enjoyable and accessible.
A downloadable booklet is also included to use as a reference and revision tool.
This download contains the entire course – Parts 1, 2, and 3. To continue your language learning journey once you’ve completed this course, download Next Steps in Mandarin Chinese with Paul Noble for Intermediate Learners – Complete Course.
The accompanying booklet is also available here: http://collinsdictionary.com/resources.
Language teaching & learning material & coursework, Language self-study
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‘More than I ever managed in five years of French at school.’
Tom Meltzer, The Guardian
‘I seemed to absorb the phrases taught, without even consciously trying, and quickly felt confident enough to make my own sentences.’
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