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Private Mandarin Tuition in England

First Tutors can enable you to find the right home mandarin tutor in England to enhance your child's education, or if you are an adult learner, your own education. Private mandarin tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence, knowledge as well as increasing grades. Please run a search for local mandarin tutors near you (anywhere in England) and select which best suits your needs.

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Bachelors: Bachelor of Chinese language& Literature (1998)
, teaching university students and adult learners .I have experience teaching students in a primary school and a secondary school. My lessons depend on the individual needs of the students whether it is for preparation for an exam,for tourists ,for business travellers or for those wanting to learn for their pleasure. My tutoring covers pronunciation ,conversations,grammar, reading, culture and simplified Chinese character writing. I can teach at my own house or that of the students...


Professional: Level 4 Diploma in Accounting (2012)
both adults and children welcome. Lessons are fun, challenging, enjoyable and achievable, all your needs catered for: conversation, grammar, pronunciation, speaking, listening, reading, writing, Common Entrance, GCSE, HSK, YCT, A Level, University, business Chinese and Chinese culture. 8 years private teaching experience for children and adults (1-1 and groups). A Chinese Mandarin teacher working at independent schools, state schools, private language schools and Chinese society and community schools in Sussex. Various approaches to meet different...


Masters: Medical and Biomedical Imaging Merit (2013)
question practice. 3. Reinforce the learnt knowledge via interactive questions, allowing students to memorise the theories concisely and accurately. 4. Work through past exam papers to integrate learnt materials and grasp exam techniques. For language: 1. Learn the phonetics and usage of Pinyin. 2. Apply Pinyin to learn words and phrases by themes. 3. Guide students to develop an intuitive understanding of basic grammar and apply to construct sentences. 4. Implement the taught materials via...


Bachelors: Accounting (2001)
on paper is worthy of a chapter in itself. But in summary : Use lots of paper and space to write. When your writing gets squashed into a corner or at the side of the page, it clutters the mind as well. So use plenty of space when writing. - Stuck at a problem for ages? Leave it, and come back to on a fresh piece of paper later. Your subconscious is very powerful and...
You tell me exactly what you want to learn, how best you learn and by when you want to learn it by. I will structure the lessons to achieve your goals. Ultimately, you set the pace and we don't move on until you are happy to do so. I am always trying to find new ways of making learning as effective and enjoyable as possible. I can provide useful phrases and vocabulary on CD or...


Doctorate: PhD (2003)
Mandarin Chinese and made my lessons both achievable and enjoyable. I teach Chinese from complete beginner to degree level. I am an experienced and UK well-qualified Mandarin Chinese teacher who has been teaching Mandarin Chinese in a number of companies, schools and privately. I help learners for their survival, GCSE, A-level, University degree and business Mandarin, spoken Mandarin, culture tips and passing HSK, GCSE and A-level etc examination. very flexible and lessons are tailor made...


Bachelors: Japanese (2001)
use various teaching methods, such as role play, newspapers, television episodes, even a trip to chinese resturant as well as a variety of text books and mock tests. I will explain the grammer and how culture effects the language. I speak with the standard correct Chinese pronouciation and use both simplified and traditional characters and even classical. It is important to me that you both enjoy the classes but also see your Chinese develop. Naturally...


Masters: Multi-Media Journalism (2005)
tones in Mandarin, a high even tone (first tone), a rising tone (second tone), a falling & rising tone (third tone) and a falling tone (fourth tone). Thus for example the word 'ma' can be pronounced in four different ways and its meaning would be different if pronounced incorrectly. So ma1 or mā (媽) means mother, ma2 or má (麻) hemp, ma3 or mǎ (馬) means horse and ma4 or mà (罵) scold. Don't worry...


Doctorate: PhD (2004)
children and adults from different countries with diverse linguistic backgrounds in UK Lessons are enjoyable, achievable and tailor-made for any purposes (work, education, business or travelling). Hold valid CRB checks I am a Chinese Mandarin teacher with over 6 years teaching experience to students from different countries with diverse linguistic backgrounds in UK, and currently teaching Chinese in a local mainstream school in Birmingham. Depending on individual backgrounds, different approachs are used to meet their...


Professional: Music Teaching Diploma (2014)
ranging from young kids through to adults. Currently, teaching Chinese AS in a private school and to some private students preparing for IGCSE, HSK exams. Both of my sons have studied Chinese (my eldest son to A-Level, my youngest took his GCSE when in Year 7). Checking the distance before contacting me please. £28/hour is the price for the teaching online and at my home near the Broxbourne School. I can travel depends on the...

Regions: East Anglia, East Midlands, North East, North West, South East, South West, West Midlands

Lowest Price England Mandarin Tutors

  • Mengting, Atherstone
    Joined: 04/11/2013 | Av. Price: £9.00 p.h.
    Masters: International Business (2013)

  • Scott

    Scott, Chelmsford
    Joined: 29/06/2018 | Av. Price: £12.33 p.h.
    Mandarin, Economics
    Bachelors: BSc Economics, Finance and Management (2020)

  • Xiuyi

    Xiuyi, York
    Joined: 12/06/2012 | Av. Price: £15.00 p.h.
    Doctorate: Law PHD (2012)

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Our search will find local mandarin teachers (from England) in your local area by their mandarin tuition charges and distance from you. Before finalising your arrangement with a mandarin teacher, you can ask specific questions securely via our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (usually set by the AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. You can search for mandarin teachers tutoring at primary level, secondary level including GCSE, A-Level and even local mandarin teachers for adult learning, further and higher education - anywhere in England! Finding help through private mandarin tuition (or using group mandarin tuition) improves your chances of attaining a top grade and remembering what is being taught.

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