We provide professional, one-on-one Mandarin tutoring from certified Chinese language teachers — each with over 500 hours of experience
Classes are taken through a revolutionary mobile and PC classroom that includes high quality video calling, an interactive whiteboard, and viewable lesson content
A framework built around HSK standards that lets users take full step-by-step courses or create their own experience with individual topic-based classes
Each user starts with a free 50 minute trial and full language evaluation — as well as class notes, progress statistics, and education badges
TutorMandarin is an online Chinese language teaching service and mobile application where professional tutors with over 500 hours of experience teach full spoken courses and individual topic-based classes through a state of the art virtual classroom. Each student gets a personalized learning experience -- including their own custom student resume, individual class notes, and educational badges. Plus, all students get free access to our daily What's On articles, curated Youtube videos, and Flashcards.
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Whether you're studying for business, travel, education, the HSK, or simply daily communication - TutorMandarin has the tutors, education system, and technology to help you reach your spoken Chinese goals. If you really want to learn to speak Chinese, then TutorMandarin is absolutely right for you.
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