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Finally, Duolingo added a En->ZH course. As Duolingo is the most popular gamification learning app, the learning experience is relatively streamlined and tested. The monetarization aspect leads to ... Read more.
stefanwienert – almost 6 years
Ninchanese is a complete way to learn Chinese. Its online course allows you to learn and practice how to read, write, speak and understand Chinese in an enjoyable manner. It combines game mechanics... Read more.
Sarah – over 7 years
This is a course offered by Peking University and Coursera. It's free to use, but you need to register (you can preview it before you register, though). There are six units, each taking roughly one... Read more.
Olle Linge – over 8 years
Peggy Teaches Chinese offers a wide variety of videos about learning Chinese (there are currently more than a hundred on YouTube) and they are all free. Peggy also have videos about food and cultur... Read more.
Olle Linge – over 9 years
Language Reactor is a Chrome extension that helps you learn a language while watching your favorite Netflix show or videos on YouTube. It shows subtitles in your target language, in your native lan... Read more.
Jennifer – almost 2 years
This is a character-by-character beginner course in Chinese, provided free of charge at the Open Languages Project. It teaches you to read (and listen to) Chinese by explaining and introducing one ... Read more.
Olle Linge – almost 8 years
From their website (if you have personal experience of their courses, please leave a comment): New Concept Mandarin specializes in teaching Mandarin Chinese (Putonghua) as a second language. Act... Read more.
Olle Linge – almost 9 years