B. Jevric, Australia

I think your Chinese lessons are fantastic. I am learning a lot listening to it spoken and the written form that goes with it helps as well because what you think your hearing is not necessarily right. The two together work really well. I love it.

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Adrian K., I.T. and Business Consultant, Singapore

I've been learning Chinese characters for a couple of years (after I learned Japanese for a while). Reading simplified characters is therefore relatively easy for me, but there is a big gap to my listening and speaking skills, incl. usage of grammar.

What I like most about Chinese Learn Online is really the English-to-Chinese practice, something others (incl. ChinesePod) don't have enough of even though it is THE key skill I believe. The more is really the better here. I just feel the CLO approach is more organized, at least it helped me more.

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Elie B., Belgium

Just want to say you're doing a wonderful job here!

I've lived in Beijing for a year, but since I'm back home last summer and started working, I didn't find the time to study Chinese anymore. Thanks to your podcast I'm picking it up again.

Keep up the great work.

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Paula B., Texas, USA

WOW, so much to learn, and it goes so quickly! I've always wanted to learn Chinese and visit China, but I thought of it as a long term goal. Your podcast convinces me that I can do it sooner. Great structure and content! I look forward to each lesson and to using the premium membership to reinforce the podcasts. Thanks!

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Parrish R., Teacher, Taipei, Taiwan

As far as the course goes, I started with number one just for context and I am now on lesson 57. I am not sure what level my Chinese actually is, but I have known most everything on the lessons I have finished so far. Although, it has been a great review for me on grammar, vocabulary and tones.

I have enjoyed listening to you and Kirin a lot. I think it was a great idea to have listeners from many different places, but overall, I would agree that I prefer to listen to Kirin's Taiwanese accent. Also, I just finished the level 1 review (lessons 58, 59 and 60).

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