RANDOLPH, NJ -- There's never been a better time to learn Chinese in Morris County.
Learning Chinese is not as hard as you might think. In fact, more people speak Mandarin, than any other language in the world. Speaking even a little Mandarin can expand your job opportunities in many industries. County College of Morris (CCM) now offers four levels of Mandarin Language courses, including:
CHIN111 Elementary Chinese I – The introductory course covers the fundamentals of conversation, reading and writing, as well as an introduction to “pinyin” (the Romanization of Chinese), and to Simplified Chinese characters, and Chinese cultural exploration.
CHIN112 Elementary Chinese II – This course is for students with one prior semester of Chinese. Focus is on expanding abilities in speaking, reading and writing Chinese. Students develop a better usage of the Chinese language, characters and patterns.
CHIN211 Intermediate Chinese I – The course is a continuation of Elementary Chinese II. It expands the Chinese vocabulary, grammar, reading and writing skills of those students wishing to attain intermediate knowledge of the Chinese language. To that end, students are introduced to simple versions of Chinese literature.
CHIN212 Intermediate Chinese II – This course is a continuation of Intermediate Chinese I. In addition to expanding on Chinese vocabulary, grammar, reading and writing skills, students are also introduced to basic Chinese literature and philosophy along with advanced grammatical patterns.
CHIN291 Special Topics in Chinese I – This course is an examination of selected topics or issues in Chinese language or culture. Topics may differ each time the course is offered. Students should contact the department chair for further information.
CHIN292 Special Topics in Chinese II – This course provides a more in-depth examination of selected topics or issues in Chinese language or culture. Topics may differ each time the course is offered. Students should contact the department chair for further information.
For more information and to register please visit: http://bit.ly/ChineseCCM
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