British college of language is a Chinese Language institute in Delhi. We offer Chinese Language Course in delhi to Indian students and businessmen. Our curriculum is designed by Chinese people keeping in mind the latest and the most effective teaching methods as we believe in keeping ourselves updated. Our main aim is to help the prepare for HSK so we focus on all the four skills required for learning a language which are: listening, reading, writing, and speaking. During the course, we keep a close check on all the learners in order to map their progress.
The leading Chinese companies like oppo and vivo are amongst the largest, most efficiently run, and most well-known firms in the world. Familiar names like HAIER, and many others have entered the global market in a variety of sectors. Therefore, the knowledge of Chinese language broadens the scope of employment opportunities.
British college of language offer a Chinese language Classes in Delhi to makes the Chinese students who have come to India to learn English language so you can get a chance to be their friend and interact with them in Chinese. This will give you practical knowledge about the language.
Courses for Beginners / Intermediates Learners:-
British college of language Institute offers Chinese language Course in Delhi that invites all Chinese Language learners whether they are Beginners or Already learnt some basics of Chinese Language. British college of language Institute first take interview of Learners and then accordingly adjust these learners to the batches which fit best to the level Chinese Language learning. Beginners start learning with speaking of words with proper pronunciation, as word tones play a very important role in Chinese Language, the wrong pronunciation of tones, definitely change the meaning of the words in the Chinese Language. By considering this important element of Chinese Language, we have assigned Native Chinese Teachers from China / Taiwan or Hong-Kong. Han You Chinese Language Institute believes in quality teaching without any compromise with the trust of learners.
|Beginner||A1||Chinese for Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) Level 1 (A1) is the initial segment of the 6 levels and evaluates test takers' capacities in the utilization of regular Chinese. It is the partner of Level 1 of the Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages and the A1 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.|
|Elementary||A2||Chinese for Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) Level 2 (A2) which is additionally the second step towards chinese Level 6. Toward the finish of the a month and a half, you will have the capacity to express your perspectives towards some straightforward and basic day by day life subjects.|
|Intermediate||B1||Chinese for Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) Level 3 (B1) is a 10-week course. It comprises of two sections: Part I, which is a 6-week program, covers vocabulary and language structure conveyed for the most part through exchanges and entries; Part II takes a month to finish and the foci are activities and testing methodologies. Chinese for HSK level 3 (b1) goes for the third dimension of HSK. It is the partner of Level 4 of the Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages and the B1 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.|
|Upper Intermediate||B2||Chinese for Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) Level 4 (B2) is a 10-week course. It comprises of two sections: Part I, which is a 6-week program, covers vocabulary and syntax conveyed essentially through discoursed and entries; Part II takes a month to finish and the foci are activities and testing techniques. Chinese for HSK level 4 (B2) goes for the fourth dimension of HSK. It is the partner of Level 3 of the Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages and the B2 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.|
|Advanced||C1||Chinese for Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) Level 5 (C1) course or have learned proportionate substance, see the portrayal of "Informative substance" and "Basic Content" of Level 5 (C1) course. Students are relied upon to show an abnormal state of pledge to the course : Regular participation, Completion of homework, and all bits of consistent appraisal. Devote something like two hours out of every week to coursework not with standing classes. An abnormal state of familiarity and the capacity to do free examination into a picked point is normal, for example quite a while of serious investigation of Mandarin at more elevated amount, and furthermore a distinct fascination in current issues.|
|Master or Proficient||C2||Chinese for Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) Level 6 (C2) of chinese language students who direction abnormal state of Mandarin to rehearse their phonetic aptitudes through an assortment of exercises (discusses, recreations, exchanges and so forth… ). Understudies will have the capacity to pursue any discussion, discourses or discussion just as convey in all circumstances at a close local dimension. Social mindfulness will be additionally created.|
|Beginners||40 Hours / 3 Months|
|Elementary||40 Hours / 3 Months|
|Intermediate||40 Hours / 3 Months|
|Upper Intermediate||40 Hours / 3 Months|
|Advanced||40 Hours / 3 Months|
|Master or Proficient||40 Hours / 3 Months|
HSK is the short form for Hanyu (Chinese) Shuiping (Level) Kaoshi (test). The Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) literally meaning “Mandarin Level Test” or “Chinese Level Test”. It is an international standardised test to assess the Chinese-language proficiency of non-native speakers and also for Chinese people living overseas and Chinese national minorities.
It is organized by Hanban (汉办) the part of the Chinese education ministry also in charge of the Confucius Institutes (孔子学院). The test measures your proficiency through listening, writing, and reading in the language. HSK tests are held across the world on a regular basis. Candidates who pass the test are awarded the relevant level of Chinese Proficiency Certificate.
Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) an international standardized test of Chinese language proficiency,assesses non-native Chinese speakers’ abilities in using the Chinese language in their daily, academic and professional lives. HSK consists of six levels, namely HSK (level I), HSK (level II), HSK (level III), HSK (level IV), HSK (level V), and HSK (level VI).
HSK Speaking Test (HSKK) assesses the test takers’ oral Chinese abilities. HSKK exam is divided into three levels, HSKK (Primary level), HSKK (Intermediate level) and HSKK (Advanced level). This exam is conducted in the form of audio recording.
Youth Chinese Test (YCT) is one more test of Chinese language proficiency, assesses the Mandarin proficiency for school-going children. YCT is divided into writing and speaking tests, which are independent to each other. The writing test consists of four levels, namely, YCT (level I), YCT (level II), YCT (level III), and YCT (level IV). The speaking test consists of two levels, YCT Speaking (Primary Level) and YCT Speaking (Intermediate Level).
Business Chinese Test (BCT) is another Chinese language proficiency test for foreigners engaged in business activities. This BCT test consists of two relatively independent tests: BCT (Listening & Reading) and BCT (Speaking & Writing). The candidates can sit for one or both of them at a time. There is no limit to candidates’ age, education or Chinese proficiency level.