who want to learn chinese?
Hi I am Amy. I can teach you Chinese in exchange to practice English with you.
My English level is intermediate.
we can teach each other lot of things. Please PM your phone number, I'll call you next time I'm in Foshan.
Can any one tell me how I can find Mediterranean bread in Foshan?? :(
Should I learn cantonese or mandarin in preparation for Foshan, China?
I'm heading to Foshan, China to train kung fu for a while. I learned that they primarily speak Cantonese, especially if older and born there. But, my question is, does that mean I should learn Cantonese or Mandarin then?
I suggest that you learn Mandarin. Most, if not all, will be able to understand Mandarin. It's also more useful world wide and may come in handy some day. It's also a lot easier to learn.
Cantonese is mainly used in the southern part of China and Hong Kong. It's also MUCH MUCH MORE difficult to learn that Mandarin. Cantonese also contain a lot of slang so it's never consistent with the written language. Mandarin is straight forward. I'm a Cantonese speaker and I can tell you that there's something new in the Cantonese language every day.
Edward Chinese Learning School (Foshan)
Bai Hua Plaza,10th floor, Room 1011-1012, Chan Cheng District, Foshan