Business Chinese

Business Chinese Level 2 (BCLI-VIP)


Description

Ready to work in China? In just 4 weeks you'll be ready to participate in meetings, give work reports, discuss team building activities and more.

Use a combination of video lessons, interactive exercises and other learning materials. Start learning now and you'll be ready to work in China.

Level: Elementary ~ Intermediate 



**Course Schedule** 

Duration: 30 days after you enroll

Learning Pace: 2 lessons per week (2 hours per week) 


***Course Content***

**18 video lessons for self-paced study**
 
Each video is 5~15 minutes long so you could finish one during a coffee break. All videos are presented in Chinese with English subtitles because we believe the key to learning a language is to maximize your language exposure. The instructors speak in Chinese at an appropriate speed so you can follow along. 


**3 live 50-minute sessions for conversational practice**
Live sessions are the key feature because watching a video isn't enough to master a language. Our instructors are qualified professionals with thousands of hours of teaching experience. They're good at teaching and willing to answer any of your questions about learning Chinese.



**18+ interactive exercises** 

Practice makes perfect. That's why we provide you with a set of interactive exercises after each video lesson. It should take 5~10 minutes to finish each set of 2-3 exercises. 


**6 articles explaining Chinese business culture** 

Cultural expectations are an important part of communication in a different language, especially in business situations. We provide articles to explain 6 topics so you can learn the differences between working in China and other countries. 



**Course Instructors** 

Ellie Liu:

Ellie is a Senior Instructor at GoEast with over 4000 hours of teaching experience in China and abroad. She has a positive outlook on life and approaches every lesson with enthusiasm. Ellie earned a Master's Degree in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language from Fudan University, spent one year teaching Chinese in England, and is passionate about helping people explore Chinese language and culture.



Look forward to seeing you in class!

Content
  • INstruction
  • How to Join an Online Live Session sample
  • How to Use the Flashcards Online
  • HOW TO Welcome people onboard
  • Welcome People Onboard: Vocabulary sample
  • Welcome People Onboard: Flashcards (Pinyin)
  • Welcome People Onboard: Flashcards (Characters)
  • Welcome People Onboard: Conversation sample
  • Welcome People Onboard: Conversation Script sample
  • Welcome people Onboard: Conversation Exercises
  • Grammar: Usage of guo sample
  • Grammar Exercises: Usage of guo
  • Chinese Culture: Are Chinese People Punctual
  • HOW TO INTRODUCE YOUR HOBBY
  • How to Introduce Your Hobby: Vocabulary
  • How to Introduce Your Hobby: Flashcards (Pinyin)
  • How to Introduce Your Hobby: Flashcards (Characters)
  • How to Introduce Your Hobby: Conversation
  • How to Introduce Your Hobby: Conversation Script
  • How to Introduce Your Hobby: Conversation Exercises
  • Grammar: How to Express Uncertainty
  • Grammar Exercises: How to Introduce Your Hobby
  • Chinese Culture: TV Taught Me English
  • Online Live Class 1
  • Online Live Class for Lesson 1 and 2
  • HOW TO INTRODUCE THE TOPICS OF THE MEETING
  • How to Introduce the Topics of the Meeting: Vocabulary
  • How to Introduce the Topics of the Meeting: Flashcards(Pinyin)
  • How to Introduce the Topics of the Meeting: Flashcard(Characters)
  • How to Introduce the Topics of a Meeting: Conversation
  • How to Introduce the Topics of a Meeting: Conversation Script
  • How to Introduce the Topics of the Meeting: Conversation Exercises
  • Grammar: Usage of Di
  • Grammar Exercises: Usage of Di
  • Chinese Culture: Chinese Is Not Just One Language
  • HOW TO REPORT YOUR WORK
  • How to Report Your Work: Vocabulary
  • How to Report Your Work: Flashcard (Pinyin)
  • How to Report Your Work: Flashcard (Characters)
  • How to Report Your Work: Conversation
  • How to Report Your Work: Conversation Script
  • How to Report Your Work: Conversation Exercises
  • Grammar: Result of an Action (1)
  • Grammar Exercises: Result of an Action (1)
  • Chinese Culture: The Structures in Chinese Companies
  • Online Live Class 2
  • Online Live Class for Lesson 3 and 4
  • DISCUSS WHAT TO DO FOR TEAM BUILDING
  • Disscuss What to Do for Team Building: Vocabulary
  • Discuss What to Do for Team Building: Flashcard (Pinyin)
  • Discuss What to Do for Team Building: Flashcard (Characters)
  • Disscuss What to Do for Team Building: Conversation
  • Discuss What to Do for Team Building: Conversation Script
  • Discuss What to Do for Team Building: Conversation Exercises
  • Grammar: Estimate to Numbers
  • Grammar Exercises: Estimate to Numbers
  • Chinese Culture: You Don't Have to Sing at KTV
  • HOW TO SUMMARIZE THE REPORT
  • How to Summarize the Report: Vocabulary
  • How to Summarize the Report: Flashcard (Pinyin)
  • How to Summarize the Report: Flashcard (Characters)
  • How to Summarize the Report: Conversation
  • How to Summarize the Report: Conversation Script
  • How to Summarize the Report: Conversation Exercises
  • Grammar: Before and After
  • Grammar Exercises: Before and After
  • Chinese Culture: How to build your relationship with your boss
  • Online Live Class 3
  • Online Live Class for Lesson 5 and 6
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed