My Chinese Coach (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Ubisoft Nintendo DS games
Description:Genre: Education & Reference / Release Date: 2009-01-16 / Published by Ubisoft
Newest Review: ... There is new vocabulary to learn in each lesson which is very much structured in the usual way for learning a language - ... more
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My Chinese Coach (Nintendo DS)
Brush up or start from scratch on the Chinese language with My Ch ...
Last Update 10.12.2013 07:13
Customer My Chinese Coach (DS) Reviews (2)
by - written on 04/01/11 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I bought this game for the whole family to se as we are all 'attempting' to learn Mandarin. It is designed for absolute beginners so might be a bit tedious for people who are trying to improve their knowledge of the language rather than learn it from scratch. This is because you have to work through each lesson and play a series of mini games which then unlocks the next lesson. However, there are a total of about a 1,000 lessons to complete so it will suit the intermediate learner if they can patiently work their way through the basic lessons first. (Hopefully Nintendo will bring out an Intermediate level My Chinese Coach that will suit others). There ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/10, updated on 10/06/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I decided to try this "game" to improve my Chinese (Mandarin), and it is really helpful!!! There hasn't been many good language games before so this was a surprise! ~~~GAME COVER~~~ The cover is rather bland and boring, forming two circles like binoculars... really uninspiring and looking at this I would not get this at all, but I must urge you not to judge this by its cover because it really has some good stuff inside! ~~~GAME PLAY~~~ The game has many lessons (way over 1000) and each one has a list of vocab which require you to learn before the next lesson can be unlocked. You can train on these vocabs through a range of ... Read the complete review
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