$100 +GST /2 hours
$290 + GST for 10-week course + Free Training materials
$270 + GST *10% off if pay before 14th Jan
$310 + GST for 10-week course + Free Training materials
$300 + GST for 10-week course + Free Training materials
$270 + GST + Free Training materials
$260 + GST 10% off if paid before 13th January
260 + GST for 4-week course + Free Training materials
“Great tutor, highly recommend for future course.” (Cantonese Beginner 1 Course Student, June-August 2014 Session)
“Nelson is very nice and funny, the course is helpful. Good for Beginner.” (Cantonese Beginner 1 Course Student, June-August 2014 Session)
“Lucy was challenging us, I enjoyed her teaching style.” (Cantonese Beginner 1 Course Student, January-March 2013 Session)
“Lucy was a great teacher! The course was enjoyable.” (Cantonese Beginner 1 Intensive Course Student, September-October 2012 Session)
“Lucy was a great teacher! I’d really like to continue to Beginner 2” (Cantonese Beginner 1 Intensive Course Student, August-September 2012 Session)
“Annie prepared great and original materials. I happily recommend her and Sydney Language Solutions to anybody interested in learning a language.” (Cantonese Preintermediate 1 Student, April 2011 Session)
“Thank you for improving my confidence. I definitely found this course worthwhile.” (Cantonese Preintermediate 1 Student, April 2011 Session)
“Nice to be in the class with a local knowledgeable teacher who wasn’t hesitant in explaining whatever asked. Quite good explanation” (Cantonese Beginner 1 Student, 2010 Session)
“Overall, I am very happy with the course and wish to enrol in other courses!” (Cantonese Beginner 1 Student, 2010 Session)
“Thank you Annie for all your help and patience!” (Cantonese Beginner 1 Student, 2010 Session)
Annie Zhang is a native speaker of Mandarin and Cantonese. She can teach Mandarin and Cantonese of all levels. She is capable to read and write both simplified and traditional Chinese.
Annie Zhang has been teaching Cantonese from beginners to advanced level in Sydney approximately 2 years.
She also has more than 4 years experience of tutoring high school students, junior high school students and elementary school students in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Carol graduated from the University of Hong Kong, a tertiary institution with profound history and reputation, with a bachelor degree in Translation and a master degree in English Studies. She has attained the Statement of Proficiency in Putonghua there and completed the training on Business Putonghua at the Beijing Language and Culture University.
Carol Tam is a native from Hong Kong, a place where east meets west. Learning two languages since her tender age, Carol is capable of reading and writing English and Chinese, as well as speaking English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Carol has been a teacher in Hong Kong for seven years. She has more than 10 years of experience giving private tuition for school children. She is friendly and loves to share.
Lucy has completed her Bachelor of Interpreting and Translation at the University of Western Sydney and is now an accredited NAATI translator. She has also studied Japanese Beginners and Chinese background speakers Course in High School and achieved great results in the HSC exam.
Lucy has more than 3 years teaching experience in working as a private tutor for children and adults from different cultural backgrounds. She had experience tutoring Cantonese and Mandarin to people from beginners to advanced level. She has a good understanding of the culture of the Cantonese and Mandarin speaking regions and gives Chinese learning lessons in a way that makes the learning process interesting.
Nelson is a native Cantonese speaker. Nelson graduated from the University of Technology, Sydney with a Bachelor of Teaching in Secondary Education. He also holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Sydney. Additionally, he obtained a Cambridge CELTA and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. These qualifications allow him to teach in local high schools, colleges and vocational education and training settings. Nelson is currently studying Chinese, Japanese and Language Teaching Methods at the postgraduate level.
Nelson has been in the Education sector for more than 5 years. He has taught English to international students in Australia. In addition to Social Science related subjects, Nelson has taught Beginners Chinese to local students and Chinese Language to Australian-born Chinese at the NSW high school level. Currently, he is working as a freelance interpreter, servicing local Asian-Australian communities in New South Wales.
DO YOU KNOW?
|Cantonese is the predominant Chinese language spoken in Hong Kong and Macau.||
|Because of the use by non-Mandarin-speaking speakers overseas, Cantonese is the primary form of Chinese that Westerners come into contact with.||
|Although Cantonese shares much vocabulary with Mandarin Chinese, the two languages are not mutually intelligible largely because of pronunciation and grammatical differences.||好高興認識你呀!
Nice to meet you!
|Cantonese has the most developed literature of any form of Chinese after Classical Chinese and Mandarin. It is used primarily in Hong Kong and in overseas Chinese communities, so it is usually written with traditional Chinese characters.||我喜歡廣東話。
I like Cantonese
I plan to go to China. Is Cantonese the right language to learn?
It depends on which part of China you are going to visit. Cantonese is often used in Guangdong Province, eastern part of Guangxi Province, Hong Kong and Macau and some other parts of Asia.
If you plan to travel around China, it is recommended that you learn Mandarin instead.
How many tones are there in Cantonese?
There are 6 tones in the Cantonese language.
I heard that Cantonese is a conversational language and it is not possible to write in Cantonese. Is this true?
This is not correct. There is also written form of Cantonese. Cantonese is usually written with traditional Chinese characters and includes extra characters and characters with different meanings from Standard Written Chinese.
What system does SLS teach in Cantonese class: Jyupting system (check my spelling) or Yale system?
At SLS, we currently use Jyuping system, not Yale system, but we can quickly cover how to transfer between these two systems so you can understand the difference and switch in Lesson 1 and 2.
If previously I learn with Yale system, can I still join your class in higher level?
AS we do have the table to explain the diffrence between Jyupting system and Yale system and you can understand how to transfer them, you can join the class once you understand the rules.