Learn Mandarin Chinese with Paul Noble – Complete Course:First edition

Author: Paul Noble and Kai-Ti Noble, Read by Paul Noble
Format: CD-Audio
Publication Date: 04-10-2018
ISBN: 978-0-00-828717-7

Regular price RRP £69.99 - In stock Sale

Description

An exciting approach to learning Mandarin Chinese from scratch with the easy, relaxed appeal of an audio-only product. Over 15 hours of easy-listening from Collins bestselling language coach.

Ideal for beginners and those with little formal language learning experience.

No books. No rote memorisation. No chance of failure.

For all those who have struggled to learn Chinese in the past.For all those who think they’re just not a linguist.For all those who don’t have the time – or the inclination – to sit and study a textbook.

This is your chance to have a one-to-one lesson from Paul and his native-speaking Mandarin Chinese experts, and all in your own time. Importantly, you will also know how to make your new vocabulary work for you. No set phrases, no lists of vocabulary. Just real Chinese at your fingertips.

A more in-depth course for those looking to improve their language skills, with over 15 hours of audio and a handy written revision guide to reinforce your learning.

Which Paul Noble product is right for me?

I need a basic audio course for use on holiday or a business trip – choose The Essential Paul Noble Course.

I am a beginner or near-beginner and need an in-depth audio course – choose The Paul Noble Complete Course.

I have listened to a Complete Course and I would like to take my learning to the next level – choose The Paul Noble Next Steps Course.

I have some understanding and have previously studied the language, I need a book to consolidate what I know and increase my conversational ability – choose The Paul Noble Unlocking Series.

Reviews
  • Praise for other titles in the Paul Noble range:
  • ‘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.’Penelope M. Walsh, Canary Wharf Magazine