As I mentioned above, starting from the basic elements and the structure of the language will be the key to learn a language.
Starting from the basic pronunciation and spelling, then going to basic characters relating to each other and then using them to compose phrases and short sentences and gradually you will learn Chinese really well.
I am a materials engineer and a licensed translator. I have been in Melbourne for 6 years and I have been studying engineering and science courses at Monash University and RMIT University.
I have been teaching my friends (local students) Chinese for several months and they progressed really fast and well.
As an engineer, the structure and basic elements of the language are what we focus the most. Once you mastered that, you will be learning Chinese with no worries.
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Registered materials engineer (at Engineers Australia)
Licensed translator (by NAATI) you can find me at NAATI.com.au
Work With Children Check ready (I'm also a tutor for maths and other subjects)
Fluent English (PTE 80+, IELTS band 8 equivalent)
Graduated from Monash University and RMIT University in engineering and science
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