Online Mandarin Chinese tuition

Information on our Chinese lessons can be requested here


Are you looking for help with the Mandarin Chinese language for:

For adult lessons, we offer these levels: A1 (Complete Beginner), A2 (Post-beginner), B1 (Pre-intermediate), B2 (Intermediate) and C1 (Advanced). These levels correspond with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Our Mandarin Chinese tutor, Chang Zhao is familiar with English and Scottish exam boards as well as the internationally recognised International Baccalaureate and HSK tests. Online Chinese lessons are a great way to improve your vocabulary language proficiency! All prepared materials for our lessons are saved and can be shared with the student.

The main areas students usually wish to focus on when learning Chinese are:

  • Speaking and listening skills
  • Building phrases
  • Grammar and sentence structure
  • Pinyin and characters writing
  • Pronunciation and tones
  • Simple reading and writing skills

In addition to the language, we also help with cultural knowledge on history, literature, traditions and society, e.g. traditions in China, current issues, places to visit.

Chinese may not be easy to learn for English speakers, but with regular practice, you will get there!

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Quick facts: 

There are over 300 dialects spoken in China, of which Mandarin is the official language. 

Around 1.4 billion people speak Mandarin Chinese, with roughly 70% of people living in China use the official language. 

One in every five people in the world is Chinese, making China the most populous country on Earth.

The Great Wall of China is in fact a collection of connected walls, used to defend the unified kingdom of China 2,000 years ago. The walls were built using glutinous rice flour mixed in the mortar.

The Forbidden City is the largest imperial palace in the world.

You can book your online Mandarin Chinese lessons here:

English words and phrases derived from Mandarin:

English language lessons with UK-based tutors.
Learn Chinese with a native speaker


台风 (tái fēng)


茄汁 qié zhī


洗脑 xǐnǎo

Long time, no see!

好久不见Hǎojiǔ bùjiàn

to lose face

丢脸 diūlián

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George Watson's College
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University of Edinburgh
University of Glasgow
Currie High School
James Gillespie's High School
Berwick Academy
St Cuthbert's Primary School
Alnwick High School
St Wilfred's Primary School
Longridge Towers School