Learn Cantonese the fun way using the Accelerated Learning Approach. Following on from the extremely successful Mandarin classes, our Cantonese classes are based on similar teaching methodologies. Learn to converse in Cantonese with us very quickly, easily and fun!
Our first level of Cantonese course is aimed towards people who would like to get started in the Cantonese language. The emphasis is on conversational skills in both social and business settings. At the end of this first level, students would have learnt approximately 600 words of spoken Cantonese.
Following on from this beginner course, an intermediate course is also available which expands your conversational skills to cover more areas of interest.
The third level of Cantonese is advance course where students are taught further the intricacies of Cantonese grammar and pronunciation. The advance Cantonese course is based on the book, 'Basic Cantonese: A Grammar and Workbook' by Virginia Yipand Stephen Matthewspublished by Routledge.
The courses are based on 10 lessons of 2 hours duration each and are held in the city venue.
Private company or group classes can also be arranged.
Current timetables for Cantonese Courses.
For the futher details, pricing or an enrolment form email us to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Cantonese Level 1||Cantonese Level 2|
|Lesson 1: Numbers, Colours and Time||Lesson 1: Revision of Level 1|
|Lesson 2: Greetings, Family Structure||Lesson 2: Food Shopping|
|Lesson 3: Asking Names, Action Words||Lesson 3: Melbourne's Weather|
|Lesson 4: Introductions, Time Period||Lesson 4: Buying A Gift|
|Lesson 5: Where Are You From? Places||Lesson 5: Going to Japan|
|Lesson 6: Where Do You Live? Measurements||Lesson 6: Making an Appointment|
|Lesson 7: What Time Is It Now?||Lesson 7: At The Restaurant Again!|
|Lesson 8: At The Restaurant, Food Names||Lesson 8: Holidaying in China|
|Lesson 9: Shopping||Lesson 9: A Sick Friend|
|Lesson 10 : Going To Places||Lesson 10 : Doing Business|
|Cantonese Level 3||Cantonese Level 4|
|Lesson 1: Asking Interests And Hobbies||Lesson 1: Where Are My Belongings?|
|Lesson 2: Asking About Frequency Of Regular Activities||Lesson 2: Could You Tell Me Where I Can Find This Place?|
|Lesson 3: How Do You Go To Work?||Lesson 3: What Clothes Do You Want To Buy?|
|Lesson 4: Means Of Transportation||Lesson 4: What Are You Wearing?|
|Lesson 5: Describing How People Look Like||Lesson 5: Making And Answering Telephone Calls|
|Lesson 6: Describing Family Members||Lesson 6: To Invite And Arrange Meetings On The Phone|
|Lesson 7: My House||Lesson 7: Have You Ever Been To This Country Before?|
|Lesson 8: What Are You Doing?||Lesson 8: Describing Countries|
|Lesson 9: Could You Help Me Please?||Lesson 9: How Is The Weather?|
|Lesson 10: Could You Do Me a Favor?||Lesson 10: Giving Advice About The Weather|
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"ACCS have a fun and interactive approach to learning Chinese that makes it easy to learn and keeps you coming back for more. I can't believe how much I've learnt in a such a short period of time. I look forward to the classes every week."