Our recommended plan for learning Chinese 1. Daily Chinese Audio Flashcards
2. Conversation practice with native speakers over Skype
3. Light grammar study when you feel like it
It’s been said that 80% of your results come from 20% of the things you do. Balancing many different tasks is draining and quickly becomes overwhelming. It’s better to focus on just 1 or 2 efficient things and do them consistently.
Having such a simple plan means that it’s easy to follow.
Knowing exactly what you need to do each day will keep you motivated and reduce procrastination.
Learning Chinese will become a daily habit.
Conversation practice with native speakers should be fun.
Grammar often becomes interesting and relevant when used to answer your questions.