How To Learn Mandarin Chinese Faster - It’s Easier Than You Think (2023)

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Is Mandarin Chinese hard to learn?

The popular belief is that the Mandarin language is one of the most difficult languages to learn for English speakers. But it’s not as hard as you think. Here are the steps that will make it easier to learn:

Table of contents

  • You Don’t Need a Practical Reason to Learn Mandarin
  • 1. Mandarin Tones Are Not Limiting
  • 2. Use Your Favourite Medium to Learn Mandarin
  • 3. Practise to Learn Mandarin More Easily
    • Ask Your Chinese Friends to Speak Mandarin Chinese With You
    • Go to Chinatown and Eat at the Local Restaurants
    • Watch Chinese Movies or TV Shows
    • Listen to Chinese Songs in Mandarin
    • Teach English While Living in China or Taiwan
  • 4. Always Learn Everything You Can
  • 5. Empty Your Head. I Am Ready to Pour.
  • Congratulations! You Now Know How to Learn Mandarin Chinese Effectively

If you want to learn Mandarin, don’t hold back. You just need to find the right study method to go about it. Take in from a guy who did learn Mandarin Chinese.

Before we dive into the tips I have for you, I want to remind you of something.

You Don’t Need a Practical Reason to Learn Mandarin

Spoken languages are meant to be an active dialogue between two or more people. People don't speak to each other because it's the hot language of the month, because it's advantageous for business, or because it’s the only way to stand out amongst the piles of university applications.

If you feel like learning Mandarin, let your heart feel it, embrace it, and do it.

Now let's break down learning Mandarin, shall we?

Here are the 5 ways to get started saying, “Ni hao ma?” instead of the alternative, “Sup dawg? I'm feelin' some baozi and bubble tea right now, wanna hit up Chinatown?” Though that, of course, is also useful.

1. Mandarin Tones Are Not Limiting

Mandarin Chinese is a stress-timed language. It has four tones, and their application can change the meaning of words.

The 4 tones in Mandarin are:

  • Tone 1: Level Tone (ping) –> —
  • Tone 2: Rising Tone (shang) –> /
  • Tone 3: Departing Tone (qu) –> V
  • Tone 4: Entering/Stop-Final Tone (ru) –>

Technically, there’s also a fifth tone, the neutral tone. But because it is “neutral”, there are debates about whether or not it’s actually considered a tone.

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Let me show you how this works by writing a sentence in pinyin, the official system to transcribe Chinese characters into the Roman alphabet.

“Hi, my name is Benny. I like learning languages.” → Ni3 hao3, wo3 jiao4 Benling. Wo3 xi3 huan1 xue2 xi2 yu3 yan2.

Don't you just love how that worked out?

If you’re still unsure, I understand. Tones might look new and scary. But Cantonese Chinese, a syllable-timed language, has six tones. Vietnamese has six tones in the North, and depending on other regions, it might have just five. The Jul-hoan language of Africa has some 30 click consonants.

There are many, many more tonal languages in the world. So in all honesty, tones are not the real problem here.

Have some faith in yourself! Even if you completely mess up, the locals will probably be able to understand bits and pieces of your jumbled Mandarin. Have a good sense of humour and take it easy on yourself when you do make mistakes.

If you’ve decided to work on this, check out this article on Mandarin Chinese tones.

2. Use Your Favourite Medium to Learn Mandarin

My favourite way to learn a language is by doing full immersion in the place where the language is spoken by natives. For example, Mandarin Chinese is one of the official languages in mainland China as well as Taiwan (R.O.C.) and Singapore.

But travelling to a foreign country isn’t always an option. And it’s not necessary!

If your city has a Chinatown, pay attention to the conversations between the owners and workers there. They will usually speak Mandarin or Cantonese.

If you need more options, ask yourself how you like to learn a language best.

Are you a classroom-textbook-teacher-student learner? Perhaps you’ll want to sign up for Mandarin language classes at your local community college.

Are you a one-on-one private learner? Perhaps you can find a tutor to speak Mandarin on Preply (our review is here).

Are you a drop-me-on-the-Great-Wall-from-a-helicopter-and-see-if-I-survive type of person? Aka a deep and immediate immersion type? Then perhaps you’ll improve your language skills by living in China (or Taiwan).

If you don't know yet how you learn best, try all the various learning methods out there. See what works. It's never too late to start learning a new language in whatever medium you prefer.

I’ve put together a list of the best resources to learn Mandarin Chinese so you don't have to roam the Internet for resources. Use this advantage to start practising now!

3. Practise to Learn Mandarin More Easily

Like with any challenge in life, it takes time and consistent practise to embark on an immersion challenge and succeed.

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The practise of speaking Mandarin does not need to feel like pulling teeth.

Here are some of the best ways to practise your Mandarin.

Ask Your Chinese Friends to Speak Mandarin Chinese With You

Even a 5-minute conversation with simple greetings is better than nothing.

A good friend who doesn't mind speaking with you is all you really need. Treat them to a simple meal or bubble tea and chat it up for a while.

If you do that enough times, you may start to realize you can speak more than you thought you could.

If you don’t know anyone who speaks Mandarin Chinese, you should try HelloTalk! HelloTalk is one of the best apps to learn Mandarin Chinese. It allows you to have full-text conversations with native Mandarin speakers. And it’s free!

Go to Chinatown and Eat at the Local Restaurants

Go to the places that have menus all in Chinese and nothing in English.

Most of the patrons are Chinese speakers, too. These places are usually good options and have tastier, more authentic foods. Go there.

Watch Chinese Movies or TV Shows

This is one of the best ways to continually practise Mandarin. Just reading about the language won't make you start speaking it like a native. You need to hear it, too.

By watching a movie or TV show in Mandarin, you will:

  • hear the proper tones,
  • pick up vocabulary and idioms in context,
  • understand the human connections being made,
  • and more!

Here’s a list of 15 Chinese cartoons to get you started.

Listen to Chinese Songs in Mandarin

You can learn a lot by listening to popular Chinese songs. I listen to some of my favourite Chinese/Taiwanese artists because I think Mandarin Chinese is really beautiful.

On top of that, try karaoke! Don't let the embarrassment of messing up or your frog-like voice keep you from having a great time.

Music is a fun and effective way to learn the language.

Teach English While Living in China or Taiwan

This is a great way to get full immersion in the country and while still supporting yourself.

Many foreigners enjoy teaching English in these places. They are supported by the organizaion or school they are teaching for and also take Chinese classes.

If that sounds like something you want to do, google ‘teach English in China' or ‘teach English in Taiwan' and start your research from there.

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Keep this list of options with you! You never know when you might need it.

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4. Always Learn Everything You Can

The moment you stop learning is the moment you start dying.

Learning is a daily process, a daily activity, a daily habit, a daily exploration and a daily discovery. Learning has the potential POWER it has to transform your life, your world.

Learning Mandarin is no exception. There is always room for improvement, sure. But is that all we aim for? To have absolute perfect tone, pitch, accent?

Or is it to feel at one with the language? To feel comfortable speaking it, conversing with the locals?

Learn by doing. Learn by trying. Learn by making mistakes but not letting those mistakes stop you from continuing on.

5. Empty Your Head. I Am Ready to Pour.

I want to share a beautiful Zen tale with you here. You can learn a lot from it about facing Mandarin Chinese.

Once upon a time, there lived a Zen master named Nansen.

A professor of philosophy walking wearily in his travels came across Nansen's cottage. Nansen invited the professor into his home. The professor looked to be in a hurry, but Nansen said, “I will prepare tea for you. You look tired. Wait a little, rest a little and have a cup of tea. And then we can discuss.”

Nansen started boiling the water and at the same time looked over to the professor. The professor was boiling within, too. The teakettle was making sounds and so was the professor, chattering and continuously talking.

The professor was preparing himself — what to ask, how to ask and where to begin. Nansen smiled to himself and thought, “This man is too full, so much so that nothing can enter him. The answer cannot be given because there is no one to receive it. The guest cannot enter the house — there is no room.”

The professor became uneasy as Nansen slowly poured the tea into the cup: it was overflowing. Soon, it would be spilling onto the floor.

The professor finally shouted, “Stop! What are you doing? The cup cannot hold any more tea. Are you mad? What are you doing?”

Nansen smiled at the professor and replied, “The same is the case with you. You are so alert to observe that the cup is full and cannot hold any more. Why are you not so aware of your own self?

“You are overflowing with opinions, philosophies, doctrines, scriptures. You know too much already; I cannot give you anything. You have travelled in vain. Before coming to me you should have emptied your cup, then I could pour something into it.”

What Nansen was saying to the professor was, “Empty your head. I am ready to pour knowledge into it.”

When you try to learn Mandarin Chinese, don’t assume you know everything. Empty your head of what you think learning Mandarin is like. Easy, hard? It doesn’t matter.

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Leave all judgments at the door.

This is how you learn. This is how Mandarin is actually easy, rather than difficult.

Congratulations! You Now Know How to Learn Mandarin Chinese Effectively

Obviously, this doesn’t have to be the only method you use to learn Mandarin. Like I said earlier in the post, use what works for you.

But don’t worry about how hard or easy Mandarin is. Give it your best effort and be ready to learn. You can do it.

I believe in you!

If you’re looking for more discussion about learning Chinese, head over to episode eight of the Language Hacking podcast. Shannon and I talk to Louisa about how she learnt conversational Chinese in 90 days thanks to the Fluent in 3 Months Challenge.

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FAQs

How fast can a person learn Chinese? ›

It takes a learner with average aptitude only 15 weeks to reach level 2 for Spanish or French, but about 50 weeks to reach a similar level of the Chinese language. If you want to be fully fluent in Mandarin, you'd better plan to spend about 230 weeks, which is about 4 years.

Can I learn Mandarin in 4 months? ›

With the right work and attitude, you can make massive progress in your Chinese learning in three months. And if having a conversation in Mandarin Chinese is your primary goal, it can be achievable with just three months of study, even if you're starting from zero.

What is the easiest Chinese to learn? ›

We would recommend you to start learning Mandarin first since it's said to be easier to learn and then build up to Cantonese.

How can I learn Chinese in 30 days? ›

  1. Step 1 – Make a detailed schedule with one goal for each day. ...
  2. Step 2 – Stick to your daily schedule and skip any day, even if you can only study for 10 minutes. ...
  3. Step 3 – Keeping a record of your daily learning results so you can see how it progresses and what result you can achieve at last.

Can you learn Mandarin in 6 months? ›

Simply put, no. It's not possible. You can make great progress for sure, but fluency is a broad term, and you'd need a minimum of a year to get even close to spoken fluency in Chinese.

How many hours a day should I study Chinese? ›

The short answer is as much as possible.

Realistically, however, at least 20 minutes per day should be dedicated to learning a new language. The ideal amount of time to spend on daily study, if you can find the time, is an hour, but you don't need to cram it all in at once.

Can you learn Mandarin in 2 years? ›

FSI says you will need 88 weeks, somewhere between 1.5–2 years. Another yardstick is the Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK)—the standard proficiency test for Mandarin Chinese.

How many hours is Chinese fluency? ›

According to the Foreign Service Institute (FSI) scale, it will take English speakers 88 weeks (2,200 hours of active learning) to reach native/bilingual Chinese proficiency. Chinese is one of the 5 languages which is most challenging to learn for native English speakers.

Is it harder to learn Mandarin or Japanese? ›

Japanese is slightly easier to learn. But, Chinese is much more widely spoken. Both languages have their pros and cons.

Why is it so hard to learn Mandarin? ›

Mandarin Chinese

In addition to the usual challenges that come with learning any language from scratch, people studying Mandarin must also memorize thousands of special characters, unlike anything seen in Latin-based languages.

Is learning Mandarin hard? ›

Widely regarded as one of the world's toughest languages to learn, Mandarin is considered by many as impossible. Anyone who's learnt this notoriously difficult language is bound to be met with gasps of surprise and admiration when speaking of their accomplishment.

Why is Chinese Easy? ›

Chinese is one of the easiest languages to learn

When it comes to the issue of grammatical complexity, Chinese grammar is relatively simple. Unlike most European languages, it does not feature complicated constructs like cases and genders. It also treats tenses in a very simplistic way.

Is Chinese worth learning? ›

If there's one language in the world that's worth learning, it's Mandarin Chinese. It's the language with the most native speakers in the world, at more than nine hundred million – and, as the country's economy grows, it's sure to be spoken more widely.

How do you speak Chinese in 5 minutes? ›

Learn Chinese in 5 Minutes, Learn to Speak Chinese, How to ... - YouTube

How can I learn Chinese by myself? ›

Self-study Chinese reading
  1. Duolingo is a popular app option for beginners. ...
  2. Memrise is another useful app. ...
  3. If games help you learn, try Quizlet, a free flashcard-making website. ...
  4. Practice reading stories on the Du Chinese app, which has short Chinese stories at a range of levels complete with English translations.
6 Sept 2021

How many hours a week should I learn Chinese? ›

Because Chinese is one of the most difficult languages in the world, it usually takes more time to grasp the fundamentals than it would for other languages. Assuming a student is studying consistently on a daily basis and putting in quality effort, it should take around 30-50 hours to achieve a beginner level.

Who speaks Mandarin language? ›

Mandarin is the official state language of China and the most widely spoken Chinese dialect in the country. It is spoken in many of the largest cities in China, including Beijing and Shanghai. Mandarin is spoken widely in Singapore and Taiwan.

How can I improve my Chinese speaking skills? ›

Here are some easy tips to improve your Chinese speaking skills:
  1. Read aloud! If you're already using Du Chinese to practice your reading, start reading aloud as you go through your lessons! ...
  2. Watch Chinese TV shows. ...
  3. Listen to/learn Chinese songs. ...
  4. Listen to Chinese talk radio/podcasts. ...
  5. Practice, practice, practice!
15 Jul 2020

What's the best way to learn Chinese? ›

Learning Chinese tones is essential, and there are many techniques you can use:
  1. Practice with native speakers. Encourage them to correct your pronunciation. ...
  2. Watch and listen to native speakers. ...
  3. Listen to Chinese music. ...
  4. Focus on grammar. ...
  5. Travel or study abroad. ...
  6. Practice speaking on your own. ...
  7. Study pinyin.
15 Oct 2020

What is the easiest language to learn? ›

15 of the easiest languages to learn for English speakers -...
  • Frisian. Frisian is thought to be one of the languages most closely related to English, and therefore also the easiest for English-speakers to pick up. ...
  • Dutch. ...
  • Norwegian. ...
  • Spanish. ...
  • Portuguese. ...
  • Italian. ...
  • French. ...
  • Swedish.
24 Oct 2021

Can you learn Chinese without living in China? ›

You won't learn Chinese if you don't make a serious effort to do so. This involves all areas of life, so simply living in China will not teach you Chinese, however many years you live there.

Which language is hardest to learn? ›

Generally, if you're an English speaker with no exposure to other languages, here are some of the most challenging and difficult languages to learn:
  • Mandarin Chinese.
  • Arabic.
  • Vietnamese.
  • Finnish.
  • Japanese.
  • Korean.

How long does it take to master Mandarin? ›

As Group 5 languages, Mandarin Chinese and Cantonese Chinese need a good 2200 hours of study to properly learn. For most people, however, the goal is to learn enough Chinese to carry on conversations and read Chinese menus, magazines, and other publications -- which takes a lot less time.

What language is useful to learn? ›

English

English is one definitely one of the most important languages to learn in 2021 and beyond. It is used in global business, worldwide travel, diplomatic affairs, and in computer technology. Not only that, but many of the top global economies are English-speaking ones — the US, Canada, Australia, and the UK.

How many Mandarin characters are there? ›

Altogether there are over 50,000 characters, though a comprehensive modern dictionary will rarely list over 20,000 in use. An educated Chinese person will know about 8,000 characters, but you will only need about 2-3,000 to be able to read a newspaper.

Can you learn Mandarin on Duolingo? ›

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Is Chinese harder than Korean? ›

Thanks to its phonetic alphabet and more simplistic grammar rules, Korean is not the most challenging Asian language to learn. Chinese on the other hand is much more widely spoken. This means that finding study materials and practice partners would be easier.

Is Chinese harder than English? ›

It's official: Chinese is more difficult than English. The Chinese need both sides of the brain to grapple with challenges of Mandarin, but English speakers listen with only half their minds on the job.

Is Chinese harder than Arabic? ›

Although the script of the two languages is very foreign to western languages, Mandarin Chinese is significantly harder than the Arabic writing system due to the complexity and multitude of its characters.

What is the 20 hardest language to learn? ›

The Hardest Languages in the World to Learn
  • Arabic.
  • Russian.
  • Korean.
  • Navajo.
  • Finnish.
  • Vietnamese.
  • Mongolian.
  • Hungarian.

What is the 10 hardest language in the world? ›

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  1. Mandarin. Mandarin is spoken by 70% of the Chinese population, and is the most spoken language in the world. ...
  2. Arabic. ...
  3. 3. Japanese. ...
  4. Hungarian. ...
  5. Korean. ...
  6. Finnish. ...
  7. Basque. ...
  8. Navajo.
16 Sept 2022

Can you learn a language while sleeping? ›

Your brain can establish links between words in two languages while you're asleep. That means sophisticated learning is possible while you're snoozing.

What is the hardest language to learn if you don't speak English? ›

If you don't speak English, the hardest language to learn would be Spanish. Spanish is a Romance language that is spoken in many parts of the world. It is also one of the most difficult languages to learn because it has many sounds and grammar rules that are different from English.

What is the oldest language in the world? ›

All the universities and educational institutions spread across the world consider Sanskrit as the most ancient language. It is believed that all the languages ​​of the world have originated from Sanskrit somewhere. The Sanskrit language has been spoken since 5,000 years before Christ.

What is the third hardest language to learn? ›

8 Hardest Languages to Learn In The World For English Speakers
  • Mandarin. Number of native speakers: 1.2 billion. ...
  • Icelandic. Number of native speakers: 330,000. ...
  • 3. Japanese. Number of native speakers: 122 million. ...
  • Hungarian. Number of native speakers: 13 million. ...
  • Arabic. Number of native speakers: 221 million. ...
  • Polish.
22 Jan 2021

How long does it take to learn basic Mandarin? ›

It turns out that it takes 2,200 class hours to learn Mandarin for English speakers. If you put the rest of your life on hold and focused only on studying Chinese – at 5 hours of practice a day, it would take you 88 weeks.

Is it possible to learn Mandarin by yourself? ›

Learning Chinese on your own is definitely possible, but it depends on what you mean by “on my own.” If, for you, this means “without a formal teacher/tutor,” then yes, it's more difficult but still reasonable. If “learning Chinese on my own” means “without any Chinese friends,” then it's very unlikely.

How can I learn Chinese by myself? ›

Self-study Chinese reading
  1. Duolingo is a popular app option for beginners. ...
  2. Memrise is another useful app. ...
  3. If games help you learn, try Quizlet, a free flashcard-making website. ...
  4. Practice reading stories on the Du Chinese app, which has short Chinese stories at a range of levels complete with English translations.
6 Sept 2021

How easy is it to learn Mandarin? ›

Mandarin Chinese

Interestingly, the hardest language to learn is also the most widely spoken native language in the world. Mandarin Chinese is challenging for a number of reasons. First and foremost, the writing system is extremely difficult for English speakers (and anyone else) accustomed to the Latin alphabet.

Is Japanese easier than Chinese? ›

Japanese is slightly easier to learn. But, Chinese is much more widely spoken. Both languages have their pros and cons.

How many hours a day should I study Chinese? ›

The short answer is as much as possible.

Realistically, however, at least 20 minutes per day should be dedicated to learning a new language. The ideal amount of time to spend on daily study, if you can find the time, is an hour, but you don't need to cram it all in at once.

Can you learn Chinese in 2 years? ›

Of course, this could be divided up in very different ways depending on how you structure your learning. Studying five hours a day, five days a week? FSI says you will need 88 weeks, somewhere between 1.5–2 years. Another yardstick is the Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK)—the standard proficiency test for Mandarin Chinese.

Is Chinese worth learning? ›

If there's one language in the world that's worth learning, it's Mandarin Chinese. It's the language with the most native speakers in the world, at more than nine hundred million – and, as the country's economy grows, it's sure to be spoken more widely.

Is Duolingo good for Mandarin? ›

Pro #1: Fun and Motivating. Duolingo Chinese really excels in terms of motivating learners to continue studying the language. As you complete each level you win gems that you can use in the store for extra lives, more points, and other game-related items.

What is the easiest language to learn? ›

15 of the easiest languages to learn for English speakers -...
  • Frisian. Frisian is thought to be one of the languages most closely related to English, and therefore also the easiest for English-speakers to pick up. ...
  • Dutch. ...
  • Norwegian. ...
  • Spanish. ...
  • Portuguese. ...
  • Italian. ...
  • French. ...
  • Swedish.
24 Oct 2021

What should I learn first in Chinese? ›

The 4 Mandarin Tones

Mastery of the four Mandarin tones is the essential first step to learning this language. The four Mandarin tones are high and level, rising, falling then rising, and falling. You must be able to pronounce and understand the Mandarin Tones.

What is hack Chinese? ›

What is Hack Chinese ? Hack Chinese is a retention-first spaced repetition platform for learning Chinese vocabulary online. It is a browser app that uses a smart spaced repetition technique to maximize the retention of Chinese words.

How can I improve my Mandarin? ›

8 Ways to Improve Chinese Quickly in A Month!
  1. 1: Practice 15-30 minutes a day.
  2. 2: Set your phone/app language into Chinese.
  3. 3: Turn on Chinese subtitles.
  4. 4: Keep a Chinese daily journal.
  5. 5: Memorize some idioms (成语)
  6. 6: Chat in Chinese with friends.
  7. 7: Fix your learning mistakes.
  8. 8: Set a goal, and reward yourself!
2 Feb 2022

What is the 20 hardest language to learn? ›

The Hardest Languages in the World to Learn
  • Arabic.
  • Russian.
  • Korean.
  • Navajo.
  • Finnish.
  • Vietnamese.
  • Mongolian.
  • Hungarian.

What is the 10 hardest language in the world? ›

Unbabel Translates the 10 Hardest Languages to Learn, So You Don't Have To
  1. Mandarin. Mandarin is spoken by 70% of the Chinese population, and is the most spoken language in the world. ...
  2. Arabic. ...
  3. 3. Japanese. ...
  4. Hungarian. ...
  5. Korean. ...
  6. Finnish. ...
  7. Basque. ...
  8. Navajo.
16 Sept 2022

What makes Chinese Easy? ›

Chinese is one of the easiest languages to learn

When it comes to the issue of grammatical complexity, Chinese grammar is relatively simple. Unlike most European languages, it does not feature complicated constructs like cases and genders. It also treats tenses in a very simplistic way.

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