Q：How long are your classes and what does a typical class schedule look like?
Each class lasts 50 minutes. As the vast majority of our students take more than one class per day, we find a ten minute break between classes to be both necessary and helpful. Having a break in between can give students a bit of a rest and allow them to process what they've learned.
Yes, we can arrange for a teacher to go to your office for class during periods when your schedule requests can be accommodated. Because of the travel and time involved, we will add
Naturally, each student’s rate of progress is different, and depends upon a number of factors, including the frequency of attending class and individual aptitude for foreign langua
Each class lasts 50 minutes. As the vast majority of our students take more than one class per day, we find a ten minute break between classes to be both necessary and helpful. Havin
We can arrange a free trial lesson for you so that you can experience our methods directly and find out what makes us different from other Chinese language schools. It will also
As the staffs in Smile Chinese, we believe that teachers are the core competitiveness of a school. Thus , we strictly choose and cultivate a team of ace teachers with solid professio
If you work full time in Dalian, our Part-time Program with its flexible schedule will be your best choice. If you’re searching for a fast track to learning Chinese, then
Smile Chinese places a special focus on quality and flexibility. We can offer much more than just academic Mandarin i.e. Mandarin for daily life, Mandarin for business, cultural activities, private
Before joining our classes or beginning Private Tutoring lessons, Smile Chinese will give you a professional assessment consisting of a written exam and an oral test. Based on this assessment,
Smile Chinese has a flexible schedule and you can begin a Private Tutoring course any time you wish.
We have an Intensive Program and Part-time Program for adults and a Summer and Winter Camp for kids. Our Intensive Program is designed for students who
This course is designed for the foreign beginners who don’t have any foundation of Chinese. In order to avoid foreign students’ problem like speaking
Our Daily Chinese course follows the ACTFL, CEFR and HSK reference level standards and is divided into three phases with 9 levels
Our Business Chinese courses have been specifically developed for foreign business people who are looking to develop and improve their spoken Chinese.
Our Smile Chinese for Young Learners curriculum has been specifically designed for learners aged 3 - 9 years.
This course has been specifically designed for learners with zero-based learning and conducts a comprehensive overview of consonants, vowels and the p
Characters are an essential part of Chinese culture and by learning them you get a deeper understanding of the language and in the long term helps you
Our Chinese for Tourism course is specifically designed for students intending to travel to China or improve their Chinese for all aspects of travel a
China's Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) is the standardized national test used to determine the fluency of non-native speakers in Chinese and is used by a
This is the only official test for non-native speakers’ Business Chinese level, and it was developed by Peking University at the request of the Office