Sunday, January 13th, 2013
2 Comments » - Posted in Cantonese by 馬先生
Sunday, May 22nd, 2011
Not Cantonese related, however, my wife and I have opened a Vietnamese Restaurant last week 15-5-2011 and we’ll be very happy if you came to say hello if you are in the region. Hmmmm… maybe it’s time to put up some Cantonese MP3 monologues on food and customer service related topics. Thank you.
西貢越南小館 - […]
7 Comments » - Posted in Hong Kong by 馬先生
Sunday, March 13th, 2011
Master all the tones with this song, in addition, learn to count too!
3 Comments » - Posted in Learning, Cantonese by 馬先生
Saturday, February 12th, 2011
I’ve read on many expat and Cantonese forum posts people who are new to Hong Kong are asking for Cantonese teachers and private tutors. Even those that are asking for language exchange partners.
At a novice level you do not need a tutor or teacher! Yes that’s right, you don’t need a tutor to teach […]
20 Comments » - Posted in Learning, Cantonese by 馬先生
Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011
Finally some cultural diversity…
8 Comments » - Posted in Hong Kong by 馬先生
Sunday, January 9th, 2011
I came across a free site cantoneseclass101.com, they provide free mp3 and transcripts for many many lessons in beginner, intermediate, and advanced. I think, however, they could remove the 10 second English trailer on each MP3 which becomes annoying when looping the audio on your mp3 player.
Edit: Oh wait… It’s not really free… […]
8 Comments » - Posted in Cantonese by 馬先生
Saturday, December 18th, 2010
I came across this video explaining what it takes to “master” a language. There is a rule of 10,000 hours in order to master anything. It would take 30 years of 1 hour per day to master a language, 10 years of 3 hours per day, 5 years of 6 hours per day […]
4 Comments » - Posted in Learning by 馬先生
Wednesday, September 1st, 2010
I actually bought this book online a year ago from America. Learnt tons of swear words, slang, daily conversation words, rude sayings and tons of informal words. I’m also told the book is up to date and doesn’t contain out of date phrasing. Contains Chinese characters and Yale Pinyin. Much of […]