Hi, have you ever tasted chicken’s foot? That is very nice! In China, there is a very nice name for it which is called “Phoenix foot”. Many chinese people like them. When you come to China, try them!
1. The noodle looks like a waistband. （面条像腰带）
2. The flapjack is as big as the cover of a caldron. （锅盔像锅盖）
3. Chili serves a course of dish. （辣子是道菜）
4. Prefer crouching than sitting on a wooden stool. （凳子不坐蹲起来）
5. Always wearing a handkerchief on the head.（帕帕头上戴）
6. The roof of the house inclines to a certain direction for ever.房子半边盖）
7. The girls never married with people from other places.（姑娘不嫁外）
8. Bellowing during acting in a Shaanxi opera.（唱戏吼起来 ）
I live in Xi’an （She’Ann） in the middle of China.
I can speak English, but my native language is Mandarin. I am qualified to teach both Mandarin and English.
I have many students in Xi’an, and I also have many students around the world. I use Skype to teach them.
If you would like to study with me, I can design a course for you, or I can help you with a course that you are doing somewhere else. You can choose a text book, or design your own course. I can help you in anyway that you want.
My students tell me that I am friendly and easy to get on with, and that they enjoy my lessons. I also enjoy teaching them, and I like to see them making progress.
My fees are negotiable, so please feel free to contact me, here are my details.
- Email: email@example.com
- Mobile: (86) 150 2955 9490
- Skype: xuni1985
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I live in Xi’an and teach Chinese. I have many foreign students who attend universities or teach English in Xi’an.I also use Skype to teach students all over the world.
The lessons can be anything that you like, there is no set work that has to be completed. The student can work at their own pace. If you are already studying Chinese at school or uni, I can help with your studies. When learning a language it is essential to have someone to talk to in that language. I would love to hear from anyone interested in learning Chinese, why not have a go?
Here are my contact details:
Mobile: (86) 150 2955 9490
Here I am in a classroom in Xi’an with a student.