- The objective of the class is to get people comfortable with the language in a fun learning environment
- Students would be encouraged to ‘go out there’ and use what they learn from the very first class
- Students would be encouraged to visit Chinese restaurants, groceries and other establishments so that they can practice with native speakers
How Are You?
How Are You Doing?
What’s Your Name?
Counting from 1 to 99
Ordering at a Chinese Restaurant
English Email Language in Chinese
What’s the Date Today?
Festivals and Holidays
Where Do You Live?
Countries & Languages
This is My Family A
This is My Family B
- All information is subject to change.
- It is advisable to confirm all information before registering.
- Registration for all Corporate Training Courses can be done at any of our four (4) campus locations.
- Payment of fees can be made by linx, credit card or cheque as SBCS implemented a CASH FREE policy.
- An administration fee of one hundred dollars ($150.00) is payable on all registrations except Seminars. There is no administration fee in respect to Seminars.
- A late fee of twenty dollars ($25.00) will apply on registrations within one (1) week of commencement of class.
- A Certificate of Participation is awarded to each participant upon satisfying one hundred percent (100%) attendance of classes and/or any exam or course work assigned by the lecturer.
- Conversational Chinese for Professionals
Chinese Made Easy is a Mandarin Chinese program for young students ages 10 and up that emphasizes equally the development of oral communication skills and a solid foundation in character recognition and writing. With its attractive and colorfully designed pages, it presents up-to-date topics relevant to young students in a fun and interesting way. Sentence structures and grammar rules are taught through simple explanations, and reinforced with a variety of practice exercises. Careful pacing leads to gradual progress in language skills, with clearly focused aims for each unit, regular review, and consistent reinforcement. Designed for students who are starting to learn Chinese on their own, this course introduces a total of 850 characters. Topics relate closely to daily life and include Greetings, Family, Countries and Languages, Telling Time, Colors and Clothing, and so on. Simplified Chinese characters, pinyin, and English.