Mandarin Language Training(C1&C2)

Know your way around the Mandarin Language Training(C1&C2).

Learning the Mandarin language can be for varied reasons. Whether you're seeking a new academic pursuit, new employment skills, or a fresh outlook on life, it is a wise investment to sign up for a language course in Mandarin in this day and age.

Careerera is a globally recognized provider of higher education. Our courses are precisely developed to equip you with advanced abilities to flourish in your career, and we specialize in online training. For Mandarin language experts, there are a variety of job prospects available. Careerera prepares you for the myriads of opportunities by providing distinctive learning methods and making you proficient in Mandarin language. 

Career Opportunities:

Mandarin language specialists are highly in-demand for careers in business, diplomacy, engineering, science, law, philosophy, political science, technology, finance, tourism, translation, and teaching, among other fields.

Chinese has been declared as a Vital Needs Language, along with other non-Western languages that are deemed critical to US national security. Several US government organizations, including the Department of Defense, the Department of State, the National Security Agency, USAID, the Department of Commerce, and the FBI, are aggressively recruiting Chinese-speaking individuals for a variety of positions. Some of these organizations offer scholarships to students studying Chinese as well as give bonuses to employees who bring Chinese skills to their jobs.

China, unlike the rest of the world, does not have a shared internet area. China's internet sites are largely inaccessible to outsiders due to government controls and the ever-present language barrier. The Chinese internet is brimming with its own distinctive multimedia, memes, and other information that the rest of the world is largely unaware of.  Fluency in Mandarin Chinese is required to enter these areas, which is yet another benefit of studying the language.

Get ahead of the game because the future will most likely be Chinese.

You can do the following with Mandarin C1:

  • Understand and recognize latent meaning in a variety of challenging, longer texts.
  • Be able to express ideas effortlessly and spontaneously.
  • Use Mandarin for social, academic, and professional objectives flexibly and effectively.
  • Produce a controlled amount of clear, well-structured, detailed material on complex issues using organizational patterns, links, and coherent techniques.

Program Curriculum

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See which topics you will have to assimilate.

  • Chapter - 1
  • Comparison: A is as good as B / A
  • Chapter - 2
  • Comparison: A is not as good as B/A
  • Chapter - 3
  • Verbs + adverb to indicate completion or extent of an action
  • Chapter - 4
  • Ask somebody to do something
  • Chapter - 5
  • How to indicate an action is about to happen
  • Chapter -6
  • Linking words:
  • Chapter - 7
  • Verb
  • Chapter - 8
  • Re-cap linking words: not… but/ not only…but also/ although
  • Chapter - 9
  • New linking words
  • Chapter - 10
  • Using an adjective before a verb in Chinese:
  • Chapter - 11
  • Understand the sentence pattern
  • Chapter - 12
  • Understand the usage of the sentence patter
  • Chapter - 13
  • Sentence pattern
  • Chapter - 14
  • Insert ‘ge’ and other modifying words into some two-character words.
  • Chapter - 15
  • Re-cap paired linking words:
  • Chapter - 16
  • Comparison patterns:
  • Chapter -17
  • Conjunctions
  • Chapter - 18
  • Punctuation

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Get the answers to your questions here.

Q1 : What will I be able to do after this Advanced level Mandarin Course?

Upon completing this advanced-level course you will be able to delve into Chinese literature which will further help you in your career. Studying Chinese literature and culture can aid you in bridging the cultural divide, better understanding your Chinese counterparts, and establishing a foundation of knowledge and understanding with them that is essential for efficient communication.

Q2 : Will I learn about Chinese culture in this course?

Yes. You will be introduced to the vibrant culture and traditional practices of the Chinese through this course to give you extensive knowledge of the language and its relevance in their culture.

Q3 : Can I enroll in this course outside of India?

Careerera conducts its language in the online medium as well which is accessible from anywhere across the world. There are no limitations from where one can sign up for this course.

Q4 : Will I get a certificate after completing this course?

Learners are awarded a Certificate upon successful completion of the course provided the learner pass all the qualifying exams conducted to test the efficiency level of the students.

Q5 : What are the benefits of learning Mandarin Chinese?

Our students motivations for learning Mandarin differ from person to person, major reasons being-

• A friendship with a Mandarin speaker

• A desire to integrate more fully into Chinese life (colleagues and friends)

• To expand opportunities for employment and business in China.

Q6 : What is the difference between Mandarin and Chinese?

The terms "Chinese" and "Mandarin" are frequently interchanged: when someone says they "speak Chinese," they are usually referring to Mandarin. In terms of terminology, "Chinese" refers to all Chinese languages. This would contain various dialects in addition to Mandarin, such as Cantonese, Hokkien, and Teochew. Mandarin also called Putonghua is the official language of PRC, Peoples Republic of China.

Q7 : If I can speak Mandarin, can I also understand Cantonese?

No, Despite the fact that Cantonese and Mandarin are related languages, you will be unable to understand spoken Cantonese when speaking Mandarin. If you can read Mandarin, you will be able to comprehend the gist of written Cantonese, and Mandarin speakers will find it easier to learn Cantonese. However, there is a significant amount of learning to be done.

Q8 : What are the trainers credentials at Careerera?

Our instructors are all certified language teachers who hold at least one of the following credentials: Prior Chinese language teaching experience and a bachelor degree in teaching Chinese as a foreign language. We pick teachers based on their character as well as their academic qualifications and professional experience.

Q9 : I speak Cantonese, however, I am interested in learning Mandarin. Which level should I join?

Our classes are commonly attended by Cantonese speakers. We can recommend a course depending on the students level of Mandarin spoken, ability to read characters, and whether or not they live in a Mandarin-speaking environment. If the student is unable to read characters and has difficulties understanding spoken Mandarin, they should enroll in the English-speaking beginners course.

Q10 : How will I be able to incorporate studying Mandarin into my already hectic schedule?

You must understand that learning Mandarin is a process that may be broken down and stretched out rather than a single action. When you begin to view your time in a more dynamic light, you will notice that there are numerous possibilities to learn Mandarin throughout the day. You must also ensure that you study the appropriate material at the appropriate time.

Certificate Number : 0000901884


Mandarin Language Training(C1&C2)

This Certificate is Proudly Presented to

John Smith

For Successful Completion of the Mandarin Language Training(C1&C2)
Program with all the Mandatory Course Requirements with Distinction.


Issued on

Shashi Bhushan Singh

Director Training

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