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Mandarin Chinese

, Mandarin
the official language of China since 1917; the form of Chinese spoken by about two thirds of the population and taught in schools throughout China
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8221; Dragon in Europe has written several mock exams for the Independent Schools Examination Board (ISEB) and recently released a sample exam paper for the first online auto-marking examination in Mandarin Chinese.
Paiboon Publishing's unique and well-tested methodology drives the Mandarin Chinese and Lao Smartphone language-learning "Survival Guides.
Forget said Mandarin Chinese will most likely not be offered in Douglas for many years and that Ms.
She said: "The teaching of Mandarin Chinese is increasingly important for the lives and careers of young people in this country.
FREE Mandarin Chinese Course Announced by Eton Institute for the Month of July:
I KNEW there had to be a good reason why I'm applying my mind to the finer points of Mandarin Chinese - apart from being bullied into it by Firstborn.
Cantonian High will become the first secondary school in the capital and one of the first in Wales to teach Mandarin Chinese.
It is run by specialist teacher Jo Harper, who has a degree in Mandarin Chinese and used to live in China.
CALDAY Grammar school's Confucius classroom college is once again celebrating top GCSE results, with five students achieving A* and A grades in Mandarin Chinese.
Frustrated by Chinese inscrutability in September 2005, the Mail became the first English language newspaper to print its front page headline in Mandarin Chinese.
The books' author, Sarah Carroll, said: "China is one of the fastest growing global markets and the demand for UK Mandarin Chinese speakers is increasing.
Starting in fall 2007, the community college will offer basic Mandarin Chinese and Arabic to its roster.