I would be interested in taking this class if you get enough folks together.
For me any of the costs would work. I would join the Saturday class but
unfortunately this is in conflict with something I have scheduled for every
Saturday. Anyway I am at a point where I really need to learn Chinese and
quit talking about it. Let me know if you start it up and what I need to do
Skype me: Jim Force
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Subject: Re: [chinese-332] Mandarin class in carboro?
I might be interested in a Mandarin Chines class if based on speaking. I
have done some writtien Chinese but need to break the speaking barrier.
---- Bob <[address removed]> wrote:
> I'm tyring to set up a small mandarin class in carrboro (6x1.5hr) @
> We're trying to set it up for Wed night either 6-730 or 7-830. I have 4
> people, but if we get 1 to 4 more we get a discount on the class pricing (
> this isn't a free one, see below for email) . This would be geared for
> people that don't know any, mandarin and we'll be asking the to cover
> that might be useful to a business traveler. I don't plan on covering any
> chinese characters due to the short duration of the class, but that may
> depend on the instructor.
> The background on this, is that my MBA program has a global immerson
> elective where we are going to china for 2 weeks, may 2 to may 17th. A
> couple of us would like to try and learn a little mandarin before we go.
> We're going to bejing, shanghai and hong kong.
> I thought I'd ask and see if anyone from this group would be interested.
> We'd like to get something started over the next 2-4 weeks, so let me know
> if you're interested.
> ------------ original email
> I found a local language school in Carrboro, While they don't have an on
> going Mandarin class, they can set up a custom one for us and have it
> taylored to business oriented dialog and it will be geared to people who
> don't know any mandarin.. We need at least 3 people, but the price gets
> much cheaper if we get up to 8 people. Some of the emails I've been
> are below.
> We can choose a night during the week or they may be able to accomodate
> Basically for 6 weeks, meeting 1 x weekly for 1.5 hours, probably from
> 7-830pm (flexible on times).
> $40 for materials, print outs books,etc
> 3-4 people = $170/ea for
> 5-6 people = $108/ea for
> 7-8 people = $85/ea for
> Let me know if anyone else is interested. I'd like to get something set
> to start in early January if possible.
> Emails from CHICLE
> 101 East Weaver Street, Suite G1
> Carrboro, NC 27510
> (3rd floor above Weaver Street Market)
> *Telephone:* (919)[masked]
> *Fax:* (919)[masked]
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