你好! Some group for whom are learning Chinese?
I started to study Mandarin because I could never evolve in the English language. This way I arrived at Duolingo and I have studied the English language. I do not have the basic skills, unfortunately, to talk to you right now.
Hi there, I started three days ago, what is the tip for me. how much time do I need each day to practice and what will be the main course for me. kindly advise. looking forwards for your comments
i recommend you don't practice for more than an hour or two a day. It's easy to burn out and Chinese is hard and takes time. My main piece of advice would be to memorize the tones along with the characters. I didn't pay much attention to tones for years, mostly because it wasn't required by my university, and now it feels like I have to relearn the language, even though I can read, write, and speak it just fine. If you can afford them, the Boya Chinese 博雅汉语 textbooks are pretty good. If not, then Duo is fine. I've been going through it, and it's not correct 100% of the time, but for beginners its OK. Let me know if I can help in any other way! 加油！