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5 Best Questions To Make New Friends (in Chinese)
What are the best questions to ask someone when making friends, in Chinese? Come along and learn the 5 best questions to ask when meeting someone new. Beginners are welcome to attend and all materials are provided. At the end of the Meetup, you will be able to use 5 questions to make friends in Chinese. A donation box will be available to help with the costs of the session. Please RSVP to reserve a space at this Meetup. Please note: This is not a language exchange group and anyone whose Chinese language level is 0-2, can join us.

University Settlement at Houston St. Center

273 Bowery · New York, NY

Respond by: 12/2/2018

    What we're about

    The Mandarin Ninjas group is for anyone who would like to learn Mandarin in a slightly different way than the traditional class.

    We meet in a classroom setting to prepare ourselves for a field trip into everything Chinese. (dim sum, shopping in Chinatown, park, museum etc.,) Sometimes we just go to a coffee shop and learn new content to use when talking to each other.

    Mandarin Ninjas are beginners or those who have a very basic knowledge of Mandarin, but who want to speed up their speaking skills to the point where they can use the language in everyday situations.

    Our classes are fun, social and accelerated. The classes are free but there is a Donation Box. If you can contribute $5-10 that would help me with the costs of renting space etc.,

    All materials and take-home activities are provided.

    So, take the first step in opening up your world to the Chinese language and see where it takes you.

    A quick reminder: This group is not for language exchange. It is a fun but serious group of people (age is no limit) who want to have good spoken skills at an accelerated rate.

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