How many Chinese people learning English in china?
Xinhua Net (Chinaview) reported that there were almost 300 million people learning English in China in May, 2007.
Over 100 million students in schools also learn English
Over 100 million students in schools also learn English
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How long did it take for ancient Chinese people to learn ancient Chinese characters in ancient china?
It takes from the beginning of their childhood to about when they are 12 to 14.
Chinese officials call their country 'The People's Republic ofChina'. In Chinese this is 'zhong hua ren min gong he guo', but itis usually shortened to 'zhong guo' if you want to say: . China- Zhong Gou . Chinese (person)- Zhong guo ren
Mandarin; Reading (Chinese) Writing (Chinese) and Arithmetic. History. and they get teached how to have sex
According to Wikipedia it says for mainland China that The oft-cited figure of 300 million is for "learners." If the number of very fluent English speakers in this country is more than the United States, that's too much to me because I like the percentage on wikipedia to stay pretty similar.
According to Wikipedia, it's only 0.77% - which translates into approximately 10 million people out of the total population of 1.3 billion.
Millions of people from every country in the world learn English as a foreign language for business or pleasure or both. Some may not go too far into it, but others will devote many years of their life to the study of the language, its literature and even the English or the American way of life. Off…icial exams are done in different countries and degrees given such as First Certificate in English, Proficiency in English, Diploma in English Studies (The BBC, Cambridge and Oxford Universities and The British Institute from The UK are all known for their teaching standards) and The Institute of North American Studies is well known too and also has its own branches and tests and degrees worldwide.. ( Full Answer )
In so far as this ESL teacher/college professor knows, there are no such census figures. If interested, why don't you do the research?
In most Chinese primary schools English is introduced in the 3rd grade, however, there are some schools known as bilingual schools which start teaching English in the first grade (that is the extent to which they are bilingual). In many kindergartens English is also taught, however not in a systemat…ic way. The official line is that English is taught systematically from the 3rd grade of primary school, with the exception of the bilingual schools. There are 55 minorities in China (the Han majority not included), of which many have their own language and therefore their own schools. At these schools Chinese is introduced in 3rd grade of primary school, and English is introduced in the 7th grade (i.e. the first grade of Middle school). However, there has been a recent tendency, most notably in Xinjiang, to promote bilingual Mandarin and ethnic minority language schooling, which would mean that ethnic minority would also be taught English from an earlier age. In some ethnic minority schools English is now also being taught from 3rd grade of primary school, as it is in Han schools. English is among the most popular extra curricular classes that Chinese parents send their children to on weekday evenings and weekends, as well as holiday periods. Other classes include maths, sciences and Chinese literature. Arts classes (music, calligraphy, painting, etc.) though also popular, do not receive the same amount of attention by parents as classes that can help their children to perform better in exams in schools and high school and university entrance exams. The extracurricular education industry in China is a multi-billion dollar a year industry. ( Full Answer )
Because it is an International language and the same time it is easy and interesting to be leaned.
many people like to play games or video games, fly kites, listen to music and play outside.
Nowadays, English is the language that allows you to communicate in an easier way with almost any country in the world (if not all), much more than any other language. It is simple, and up to now is an universal business language. This is just my opinion.
English is one of the most spoken languages in the world. It would be to most people's advantage to learn English because of that fact and probably one of the reasons most people choose to. However, each person's reason for learning a language is a personal decision and reason so it varies from one …person to another. ( Full Answer )
I am doing a report on China for school and I really need to know what the Chinese diet consists of.
About 18% of the entire population of the world speaks a form ofChinese. This includes people in China, Singapore, Taiwan, HongKong, Macau, the US, Malaysia, Canada, and Indonesia among others.About 27% of the world's population speaks English - either as afirst or second language.
Many of the Chinese people left China to seek a better life, tomove up in social status, and to escape religious prosecution. Someleft China to make a better living.
Presently, the population is approximately 1.355 billion. It hasthe most people of any other nation in the world. The country isstill growing.
Many Chinese people, whether they are situated in China itself or elsewhere, are learning English because it is recognised as a universal language. In trade and commerce, in politics and journalism, in science, medicine and communications, English has become the common language which enables peop…les from different countries to communicate with each other. English is spoken, or at least understood, by more people internationally than any other language. For this reason English is probably the most popular second language that most people whose native language is not English chose to learn. ( Full Answer )
You use your mind, research more about their rich history, customs and values. Talk to a few Chinese, make friends with them. Do not believe stereotypes of the Chinese. Remember there are good Chinese and there are bad Chinese, same with every race in the world.
beacuase people go to collge in culture or there teacher nows how to speack culture languge
Yes. They either learn English in school or they move to another country and have to learn it
First, choose a style to imitate according to copybooks, called Zi Tie (åå¸) or Zi Pu (åè°±) in Chinese, which are collections of standard calligraphic characters or articles written by famous calligraphists. Begin from simple characters to complex ones, from single words to com…plete sentences. Find the deficiencies during writing and try to revise them by doing concentrated exercise on these characters. The last thing to be mentioned is no shortcuts, 'practice makes perfect', large efforts devoted will bring considerable gains. ( Full Answer )
The best way is to learn both Chinese and English, as Chinese is very popular now and may become an international language in the future. It is useful for one's career, especially if he will do some job related to Chinese. Of course, English is always hot, but nowadays, many people can speak English…, so it is never treated as a big advantage. At the same time, in school, almost every student learns English, so if you want to expand the knowledge of your kid, learning Chinese is a good choice. Answer from Jennifer Zhu, Professional Chinese Teacher from eChineseLearning Live Teachers from China! http://www.echineselearning.com/free-trial/index.html?ecl=ptEEEEEEwk102302 ( Full Answer )
They are both equally hard, but if you were somebody who didn't know any language, Chinese would be a bit harder to learn than English. But in the other hand ,when the tense changes ,the verb(also the words ) needn't change and many a Chinese word can be v. ;n. ;adj. .You only have to remember the o…nly one morphology of the word.The grammar of both are similar . ( Full Answer )
No, it is not. But, if you work harder, it's easy! If the foreigner is born in a Chinese speaking environment or the Chinese person is born in a English speaking environment it makes it a lot easier! Complete immersion is one of the best ways to learn another language.
Anyone who is in school and above the age of about eight or nine in France is learning English. There isn't an exact number available, but at this point, the vast majority of French people also speak English.
Chinese can be very useful for businesspeople interested in working internationally with China. China has a prospering economy and knowing the language can make business transactions easier. In addition, a person can become a Chinese teacher, Chinese translator, or a Chinese intelligence analyst, al…l of which are jobs in high-demand in the U.S. ( Full Answer )
English is the current lingua franca, so people have to learn English to take part in the international community.
English is the main language spoken by pilots, and business people, it is one of the 4 most spoken languages in the world, they are English, French, Spanish and German, when a person can speak any one or more of these languages they can go anywhere in the world to do business or travel for pleasure …without complications. ( Full Answer )
Depending, when I was a kid, I loved American foods (hamburgers, frenchfries, steak, etc) i still do now because when i was little, i had to eat just rice,vegetables, and meat EVERY SINGLE DAY.
It's not a set fact whether Chinese people get tattoos in English or not, but I'd say that some Chinese people might get tattoos in English, especially if they speak/understand English or live in countries where English is the primary language, for example.
Some times. Mostly just chopsticks. Some special dishes like lobster use a special 2 prong fork. For most dishes, chopsticks are better.
Chinese students tend to find the pronunciation of the "r" and "ph" sounds the hardest part of learning English. However, all students vary in their ability to learn a foreign language or anything else for that matter. You can't say Chinese as a race have difficulty learning English any more than yo…u can say Americans have difficulty learning Arabic. In my experience many children in English speaking countries have difficulty learning English and often go right through the school system without ever learning it properly. ( Full Answer )
Thanksgiving is an American holiday. It represents the first feast the Pilgrims had when they came to America from England. China does not celebrate Thanksgiving, unless that Chinese person is living in America.
Modern Chinese people eat snakes, fish, dogs, cats, horses, bears, wolves, fat, sea weed, geese, frogs, mice, peasants, sparrows, foxes, kangaroos, koalas, guinea pigs, bok-choy, bananas, vegetables pickled in soy sauce and vinegar, pandas, carrots, onions, mushrooms, sheep, spiders, and parrots. … ie. THEY EAT ANYTHING ( Full Answer )
More and more people in China, at least in the larger cities, can speak English. Especially those that have completed senior high school or university. In fact to graduate from university in China a student must pass an English language test-granted there is no speaking part to this test. Generally …speaking however, among white collar workers, English is considered a very vaulable language to speak. ( Full Answer )
they learn the same things we learn in the U.S., including history, math, english, language, science etc. English Maths Sciences (physics, biology & chemistry) History Geography RE PE Languages (eg: French, Spanish, Latin, etc) Art DT Food tech Music PHSEE ICT Drama … :) ( Full Answer )
Because in China, citizens speak Chinese and in the USA citizens speak American. So immigrants have to adapt to their customs not the other way around.
Enlish has long been a compulsory course in middle and high schools in China, and at college it not only is an indispensable part of the curriculum whatever you major in, but also you have to pass a national test known as College English Test (CET4 or CET6) to graduate from quite a number of college…s or universities. ( Full Answer )
If you come to China to learn Chinese, you can g to some language schools, such as: Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing International Studies University. It is always convenient for you to learn Chinese in a dense learning atmosphere.You also can le…arn Chinese on this website... to have a basic konwledge of Chinese. ( Full Answer )
If an individual from abroad coming to work in China it is generally required by the Chinese government.but it is not the same as students, because students can enjoy the preferential preferential treatment. it is really difficult to tell you how long to find a job, my suggestion is that you shoul…d improve your Chinese first, ( Full Answer )
China is now one of the fastest growing economies on the planet, so you can well imagine everyone is busy around for pecuniary matters, few concerning about spirituality. It is not that how many still believe in dragon, but how many would take the time to think whether they beleive in.
It's like every country. People learn their mother tone without 'learning'. When Chinese kids are little, they learnt fomr their parents and other people's talking. But when they need to go to school, they learn how to write characters, how to write articles.
I don't believe so since it is not racist in the way that it gives off a bad image or name to a certain nationality. For example, calling someone from Britain British is not being derogatory is it? Or calling someone from America American? So if you see it in this way, I highly doubt that people sho…uld find it a derogatory term to call someone from China, Chinese unless you were using other words that could be seen as discriminating. ( Full Answer )
It is generally known as the universal, or international language. When two peoples of a different culture and language must communicate, they almost always use English. It's only logical that when choosing to learn a language, one would choose to learn the one that is most widely known and accepted…. Additionally, it's sometimes necessary for people all over the world to learn English in order to communicate to enhance their career or opportunities in life. ( Full Answer )
How to distinguish Chinese and Mandarin and should I learn Chinese or learn Mandarin is better in China?
Mandarin is one of several dialects of the Chinese language. So, if you learn Mandarin, your are learning Chinese.
there are a reported 1.78 billion people speaking chinese today , this is about 560 million more than english.
english is the language that was chosen so everone wold be able to talk to each other.
If someone is in China and wants to learn to speak Chinese then it is worth going to the local colleges to ask about night school lessons there. They often have provide courses on learning to speak Chinese for adults.
If something is 'hard' for someone is subjective. It will vary from person to person, but as a general statement learning Chinese if your native language is English is hard. This is because unlike other languages that branch from the same ancestor language--Greek and/or Latin--there aren't any cogna…tes (words that sound and look the same like "train" and it's Spanish counterpart "tren") ( Full Answer )
There are thousands of Chinese characters, but there are 3500commonly used Chinese characters. Master these characters, you canbasically cope with the daily and work demands. For beginners, theycan start learning the low-level characters of the new HSK. Thereare a lot of good apps, such as MagiChine…se. ( Full Answer )