TCB is a simplified newspaper written for people studying Chinese. There are new stories every day written at different levels. It’s available online or from the app. It’s a fantastic way to get reading and listening practice. Review.
Ninchanese is a game created for learning Chinese. Don’t underestimate it because it looks cute. The lessons are extremely extensive. You’ll learn new words, sentence structures, grammar and improve your speaking and listening ability. Review.
Speechling is a new website and app that will help you improve your speaking skills. You’ll mimic lots of sentences and compare your recording to a native speaker. You can then get feedback on your pronunciation from a teacher. Review.
Outlier Linguistics offers their dictionary as a Pleco add-on as well as a masterclass for learning Chinese characters. Both options take you deeper than nearly anyone else can for how to understand characters.
Lingo Bus would be my top choice if I were looking for an online course for my child. Their lessons are specifically for children between 5-12 years old. They have a well designed curriculum and professional teachers.
In my opinion Glossika is overpriced but it’s still quite useful. It relies on repeating sentences and utilizes spaced repetition software. By mimicking lots of sentences, you’ll improve your speaking rhythm and comfort, as well as vocabulary. Review.
Skritter is the best way to learn how to write Chinese characters. It uses SRS and stroke recognition software to make studying more fun and efficient. You can use Skritter as an app or from their website.
eChineseLearning is one of the oldest websites for finding a Mandarin tutor. You can find lessons based around pretty much any interest you may have. The teachers are qualified and experienced. Review.
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