I love CantoneseClass101 because I can download all the lessons from one season including the review and dialogue tracks. Then I can import them to ITunes and transfer them to my iPhone. This way I can listen to all the lessons, one after another, while I drive. Saves a lot of time.
I use CantoneseClass101.com at least an hour online every day. Because there are a variety of different ways to interact with the content I don’t get bored with it and have seen a noticeable improvement in my writing, speaking, listening and reading that people mention. As a language teacher, living in Hong Kong and in need of no time wasted, flexible learning I heartily encourage people to try it out and see for themselves.
Cantoneseclass101.com has made my process of learning Cantonese easier. It’s a practical way of teaching with day-to-day used conversation that is included in the course..
I have subscribed to the “Cantonese word of the Day” feature and I wanted to say THANK YOU! It truly has helped me keep up with my Cantonese language studies, and it’s extremely easier to do now with this widget! All the information and the native speaker saying it is fantastic.
I just wanted to let you know why I feel that this is a good method for learning Cantonese very quickly. One is the understanding of pronunciation and, in each lesson, the expressions are repeated many times so that it gets embedded in the brain. Sometimes I find myself repeating an expression later, but not remembering what it means. My husband says that is the way children learn, they mimic and then start understanding the meaning. I am looking forward to my visit to Hong Kong in May and hope to use some of the Cantonese phrases. Actually I’m 70 years old.
My exposure to CantoneseClass101.com has been very good. These guys are pros at what they do and they deliver a lot of value if you work with their program every day. They make the difficult task of learning a new language fun, and their tools are solid. I take what I hear, go to Chinatown, order dim-sum, and they understand me? That’s pretty cool. Next stop… Tang poetry in Cantonese…