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Daily Cantonese for Beginners

This course aims at familiarizing non-Cantonese speakers completely new to the language with basic Cantonese words and phrases for everyday conversation in real-life settings; Jyutping, as a romanization system for Cantonese; and basic Cantonese grammar.

Cantonese for Beginners

This Course Aims At Familiarizing Non-Cantonese Speakers Completely New To The Language With Basic Cantonese Words And Phrases For Everyday Conversation In Real-Life Settings; Jyutping, As A Romanization System For Cantonese; And Basic Cantonese Grammar.

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Group Classes

5 students

$60 USD per person per hour

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10 students

$40 USD per person per hour

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Private 1 on 1

$120 USD per hour

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Curriculum

Hours Date

To learn basic Cantonese vowel and consonant symbols based on the Jyutping system developed by the Linguistic Society of Hong Kong.
To say hello, good morning, how are you, thank you, goodbye, etc.
To count from one to ten, and learn how to say hundred, thousand, million, etc.
To say the different times.
To ask about the identity of the agent of an action. To learn pronouns.
To look for places.
To ask for prices and to bargain, for example, in a market.
To ask the identity of some thing. To order food in a restaurant.
To talk about the extent and the nature of things and people. To learn how to describe feelings and emotions.
To tell one’s own name, place of origin, age, profession, etc.
To learn how to conduct telephone conversations.
To talk about sunshine, raining, warmth, coldness, typhoon, etc.
To beware of functional words as tense-indicators.
To learn basic syntax.
To learn the classifier for different objects.

Course Enrollment

Group Class (3-10 students)

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  • USA / Canada
  • Europe
  • Hong Kong
  • Australia
  • New Zealand

Schedule

Tue 18: 30 pm - 19:30 pm, Eastern Standard Time

4 Sessions

$200 USD per person

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12 Sessions

$540 USD per person

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Thurs 18: 30 pm - 19:30 pm, Eastern Standard Time

4 Sessions

$200 USD per person

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12 Sessions

$540 USD per person

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Tue 12:30 pm - 13: 30 pm Central European Time

4 Sessions

$200 USD per person

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12 Sessions

$540 USD per person

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Thurs 12:30 pm - 13: 30 pm Central European Time

4 Sessions

$200 USD per person

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12 Sessions

$540 USD per person

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Thurs 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm, Hong Kong Time

4 Sessions

$200 USD per person

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12 Sessions

$540 USD per person

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Wed 18 pm - 19 pm, Australia Time

4 Sessions

$200 USD per person

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12 Sessions

$540 USD per person

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Wed 18 pm - 19 pm, New Zealand Time

4 Sessions

$200 USD per person

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12 Sessions

$540 USD per person

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*Other time slots negotiable by Facebook PM/ Email.Class registration is on first-come, first-serve basis.

For a group class that is already full, late-comers have three options:

  1. To switch to an one-on-one class of another time-slot.
  2. To be re-scheduled to another group class of another time-slot.
  3. To be refunded.

For a group class with less than 3 students enrolled, those who have enrolled have three options:

  1. To switch to an one-on-one class.
  2. To be re-scheduled to another group class of another time-slot.
  3. To be refunded.

Private 1 on 1

$120 USD per hour

Buy Now

Curriculum

Hours Date

To learn basic Cantonese vowel and consonant symbols based on the Jyutping system developed by the Linguistic Society of Hong Kong.
To say hello, good morning, how are you, thank you, goodbye, etc.
To count from one to ten, and learn how to say hundred, thousand, million, etc.
To say the different times.
To ask about the identity of the agent of an action. To learn pronouns.
To look for places.
To ask for prices and to bargain, for example, in a market.
To ask the identity of some thing. To order food in a restaurant.
To talk about the extent and the nature of things and people. To learn how to describe feelings and emotions.
To tell one’s own name, place of origin, age, profession, etc.
To learn how to conduct telephone conversations.
To talk about sunshine, raining, warmth, coldness, typhoon, etc.
To beware of functional words as tense-indicators.
To learn basic syntax.
To learn the classifier for different objects.