Friday, February 8, 2008

Chinese Lessons in Canada

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Chinese Colloquial Idioms, Intermediate and Beginner Lessons

Chinese Colloquial Idioms

This High level Chinese Colloquial Idioms course will start March 2008.


If you have an intermediate level of Chinese and are interested in learning real Chinese then this is your best choice. INTERMEDIATE program will last 4 months, two times a week one day is in the evening, one day is on the weekend.

The tuition is $680. Plus Book $25.


Beginner level Mandarin class will start at the 25th of February. Two times a week. It is a 3-month program.

The tuition is $485, Plus book $15.

One-on-one class is still available!!!
Special 2008 one-to-one private class price is $35.

Three locations:

65 Wellesley St, E. Unit 200

4002 Sheppard Ave E. ( At kennedy),

3293 Yonge St,( At Lawrence)

For more information, please visit our web registration form:

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