Zack L., Philadelphia, PA, USA

Thank you so much for these wonderful podcasts. They are clear, organized, thoughtful, and marvelous. I went to Beijing once in 1998 and have always wanted to go back. Im returning in sept for a bit and wanted to learn some chinese. I took chinese in college so its a review with some vocabulary. I have a bachelors degree in psychology. I really like the way you break it down into literal translations and help us learn about why word combinations mean new words.

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Hessiod., United Kingdom

I've been with you for about 2 months and I think your course is the best available !

I'm interested in Chinese culture. I spend about an hour and a half each day commuting by car, and I was looking for something to do with that time rather than waste it. I hit upon learning Mandarin via podcasts. I think I found your site by a random Google search. I tried "chinesepod"... they are good too, but because your approach is much more progressive I'm learning a lot more from you, and it's sticking !

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Richard E., Australia

I just found your podcasts on itunes.. wow they are fantastic. I travel to china for business and need to know some chinese. I have listened to the first 4 podcasts and they have really helped me understand and pronounce words. thank you so much for your podcasts..they are fantastic, please, keep them coming through.

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S. Bedford, Director of Engineering, Connecticut, USA

I truly support your site and think you have something great here. Keep up the good work... What I think is most valuable from each lesson is the Complete transcript and the Premium transcript... If I could only have one resource for learning Chinese I would pick your site. I think you have the correct blend of audio and visual information for aiding retention of the lessons... The mouse-over capability is a big plus... that is one of the features of your site that I like.

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Graham S., Locum Pharmacist, Yorkshire, England

Just thought I'd drop another line to say that I think CLO is the best !  When I first started on Level 4 it was a bit of a shock having many more lessons without "set pieces" and english guidance....you see, I listen to the podcasts going to and from work, and trying to make sense of the explanations given in chinese was a bit dangerous, to say the least ( particularly when I had to keep refering to the english transcripts, Haha ).  But now I'm getting used to it...there is so much repetition that my understanding is becoming more "instinctive", and I'm preparing for each

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