Why It Can Be Better to Learn Chinese as an Adult (Part I)

The Chinese language is now one of the most popular with language students all over the world. There are some very good reasons for this, as the Chinese economy is booming, there are Chinese immigrant populations all over the world and it is a hugely attractive place to visit as a tourist.

In fact, if we look at the figures we will see that around 750,000 non native speakers took the Chinese proficiency test a couple of years ago, which is a massive increase on just 4 or 5 years ago, when the figures were closer to 100,000.

However, if you are now a fully grown up adult who hasn’t picked up a text book in anger for a decade or more then you might be worried about the idea of learning such a notoriously difficult tongue. Should we leave it to the kids? No, we certainly shouldn’t. Here is why it can be better to learn as an adult with Language Trainers.