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Mandarin Chinese is as an up and coming language offered in many public and private high schools throughout the United States. Mandarin Chinese is the main language of government, the media and education in China and Taiwan, and one of the four official languages in Singapore. There are approximately 870 million Mandarin speakers. TutaPoint's Mandarin Chinese tutors help students review both oral and written language development. Tutors will review a student's coursework or work on a specific area of concern, such as the character-based writing system that distinguishes Mandarin from many other languages.

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  • Mandarin Chinese Pinyin Tones

    Published on: Feb 23, 2012 Read More
  • 6 single vowels in Chinese Mandarin Pinyin

    Published on: Feb 23, 2012 Read More
  • How to Say Hello in Mandarin Chinese | Learn to Speak Mandarin Chinese

    Published on: Mar 1, 2012 Read More
  • How to Say How Are You in Mandarin Chinese | Learn to Speak Mandarin Chinese

    Published on: Mar 1, 2012 Read More
  • How to Tell People Your Name in Mandarin Chinese | Learn to Speak Mandarin Chinese

    Published on: Mar 8, 2012 Read More
  • How to Tell People Where you are from in Mandarin Chinese | Learn to Speak Mandarin Chinese

    Published on: Mar 8, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Initials -- b, p, m, f

    Published on: Mar 15, 2012 Read More
  • 4 Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Initials – d, t, n, l

    Published on: Mar 15, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Initials -- j, q, x

    Published on: Mar 29, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Initials -- g, k, h

    Published on: Mar 29, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Initials -- zh, ch, sh, r

    Published on: Mar 29, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Initials -- z, c, s

    Published on: Mar 29, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Initials -- y, w

    Published on: Apr 5, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Finals -- ai, ei, ui

    Published on: Apr 19, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Finals -- ao, ou, iu

    Published on: Apr 19, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Finals -- ie, üe, er

    Published on: Apr 19, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Single Vowels-- a, o, e, i, u,ü

    Published on: Apr 12, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Finals -- ang, eng, ing, ong

    Published on: Apr 19, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Finals -- an,en,in,un,ün

    Published on: Apr 19, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Finals -- ia iao

    Published on: Apr 26, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Finals -- ian iang iong

    Published on: Apr 26, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Single Vowels-- ua, uo, uai

    Published on: May 3, 2012 Read More
  • Chinese Mandarin Pinyin Single Vowels-- uan, uang, üan

    Published on: May 3, 2012 Read More
  • Where to Place Pinyin Tone Marks

    Published on: May 10, 2012 Read More
  • Sequence of Pinyin Tones

    Published on: May 10, 2012 Read More
  • Personal pronouns in Mandarin Chinese

    Published on: May 17, 2012 Read More
  • Possessive adjective & possessive pronoun in Mandarin Chinese

    Published on: May 17, 2012 Read More
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