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Monday, January 2, 2012

Stay tuned for 2012

 As my first semester at Shida comes to a close (and it couldn't come any faster) I want to wish everyone a very happy New Year.

When I first launched iLearnMandarin back in March of 2011 I had big things planned. It turns out that finishing a degree in America, moving to China for the summer and then moving to Taiwan for graduate school really can take a toll on those plans. But, this year is different. This year I'm settled in. This year I'm adjusted, and now more than ever I want to share with everyone some of the amazing things that I'm learning.

I feel like a spy who has made contact from the enemy camp. Working with my classmates who are the future generation of Chinese teachers all over the world I'm learning a lot of wonderful information... and I want to share it with you all.

So what's on the menu for 2012?
  • Lots more app reviews. I've just order a new iPhone, which means I'll finally be running the newest iOS.
  • Website reviews. Don't waste your time with crappy websites, let me weed them out for you! I'll be taking a look at what is out there from both a student and an educators point of view.
  • Sentence patterns. This year we will be looking at some fun sentence patterns and learning how to use them. 
  • Interviews. (in Chinese and English) 
... and much, much more.

Stay tuned folks. Cause 2012 is going to be amazing.

-Because I can-
Chengyu for your thoughts:

百聞不如一見/百闻不如一见
bǎi wén bù rú yí jiàn
Listening to someone else talk about something many times never compares to seeing it for yourself once.

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