Survival Business Chinese Course
Among the business people who wish to learn Chinese, there is nearly no one who is able to take a systematic Chinese course in a Chinese school. Majority of them would like to take a part-time, short-term private Chinese course, because they have not much time to learn Chinese, nor do they wish to become a fluent speaker of Chinese Mandarin. All they wish to do is to acquire necessary Chinese knowledge and skills that may be needed in their Mandarin communication with Chinese people without too much difficulty, and thus to enhance their success in business in Shanghai, in China. The Survival Business Chinese Course is designed for those business people who never learn Chinese or just start to learn the basic Chinese Mandarin. Highly relevant Business Chinese study materials and individualized Chinese tutoring are critical for business people when they prepare for their business activities in Shanghai, in China.The Survival Business Chinese Course is prepared either for private or group Chinese class.The Survival Business Chinese Course is suitable for Chinese learners of all ages, all walks of life, in Shanghai, in China, and globally to learn Chinese, and designed to offer every aspect of Chinese Mandarin you need to learn for your business Mandarin study target. The range of the Survival Business Chinese course covers business operations in Shanghai, in China, and develops overall Chinese Mandarin language abilities in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. You can choose your preferred Mandarin study schedule & place. A personalized Chinese lesson plan will be designed for you. No matter for what purpose do you learn Chinese, " ChineseTutoringLessons " school has a Mandarin course to suit you! Furthermore, our school can tailor a Chinese course for you, and guarantee that you can learn Chinese in Shanghai, in China, and globally that is relevant to your Mandarin study needs! After completion of the Survival Business Chinese course,you can communicate in Mandarin to the extent that is necessary to survive in the most basic Chinese business activities.
Business Greetings ("Hello" in the honorific form…)
Self Introduction (My name is…I am a manager of…)
Brief Description of Company ( I will give you a brief description of our company...)
Introducing Products and Services (Our product was launched on…)
Talking about opinion ( We would like to hear your comments...)
Product Market ( How are teh goods being received on the Market...)
Price Quotation ( What's your quoted price, please?...)
Goods Delivery ( We hope you will deliver the goods as soon as possible...)
Payment Method ( We prefer payment to be made by L/C...)
Making Requests ( Could I make a few requests...?)
Exchanging Business Cards (Thanks for your card and this is mine…)
Accepting and Giving Business Gifts (Here is a little something I brought from Sydney…)
Toasting at a Banquet (Cheers!)
Making a Business Appointment (I am free tomorrow afternoon…How about 3pm?)
Saying Farewell (See you soon!)
Congratulating Others (Congratulations!)
Negotiation (Could we make it a bit cheaper?)
Hello, Edwina !
I really enjoyed the Mandarin study with you. The Survival Business Chinese Course was fantestic. A lot of topics, words, sentences in the Mandarin course i can use in my business. And, right now, i can understand what Chinese people say, and even when my assistant translate my words in meetings to my clients, i can also understand the Mandarin that they talked about.
I will be very happy to recommend you, and ChineseTutoringLessons school and give reference if you want !
Hopefully, I will start to learn Chinese more in a few months.
---CJ Skold,in Shanghai, in China