Online Coverage and Reviews of GraspChinese.com

By Leonard posted on 24 Nov 2011, 04:26
Tags: Chinese
Considering subscribing to GraspChinese.com but not sure if it's for you? It may help to read some of the independent reviews written by other websites and blogs about GraspChinese.com .

GraspChinese.com has been featured on Penn Olsen, the Asian Tech Catalog. Willis Wee in his column covering internet start-ups has written a review of GraspChinese.com . His verdict - "I must say I’m pretty impressed with the e-lesson structure provided by GraspChinese, probably the best that I have seen so far."

Steve of the 'You're Not From Around Here, Are You?' blog also wrote a review of GraspChinese.com. Steve, who lives in Beijing, afterwards reported that after some time not really learning Chinese, he had taken a rapid leap forward online with GraspChinese. His conclusion - "Grasp Chinese would be an excellent place for a learner to start with Mandarin, because it makes it so quick and simple, yet yields real and immediately useful results." "I’m still only half way through, but most importantly I’m enjoying it and willingly go back on a daily basis." "...my listening has improved to the point where I can now understand a lot more people around me."

If you write for a website or blog, and want to write a review of GraspChinese.com, let us know. We'll keep this blog entry up to date to include all reviews.

Comments

Sonia
20 Apr 2012, 03:35
When will you start teaching us Chinese characters? I already know: xian zai ji dian le ni shi shuo.
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gerry
04 Nov 2012, 03:08
Its a great learning resource for those who want to learn Chinese.
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Ron
11 May 2013, 11:40
it's the best program i met, much better than pimsluer, rosetta and ninhao
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janeeene
20 May 2013, 05:59
this is the best course i have ever taken. keep up the good work.
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Mirella
27 Jul 2013, 03:41
Simply the best. Just try it.
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melissa
31 Jul 2013, 01:30
Chinese is so fun to learn people out there you should try this website :)
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J
02 Oct 2013, 07:48
How much will the lessons cost after the first 10 lessons?
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Valerie
01 Jul 2014, 03:17
A one month subscription is 12.99 US and 6 months 24.99 US. To see subscription options, click on Subscribe at the top right of page.
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soundarrajan gokulkumar
20 Jul 2014, 04:54
hello sir / madam,

i am in china , i want to learn online mandarin . pls send me details & paymnent method.

Tks
Best Rgds
gokul

18248837954
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Lilmiss Love
30 Jul 2014, 12:45
I love this site and I have subscribed but it would be OWESOME it there would be some kind of certificate when you finish all the lessons.
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rew264
24 Aug 2014, 02:19
How much does it cost? How does it all work?
Thank you.
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Sunny
19 Dec 2014, 11:13
I love this website, Kindly add Chinese(mandarin) alphabets with English meanings and with their audio pronunciation....And please add more chapters so can learn more ....Please do it as soon as possible...:)
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sha
21 Jan 2015, 08:45
This website is really very awesome. I wish to learn more Chinese(mandarin) words.please update some other lessons with different concept.Thanks
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mishkava
25 Feb 2015, 12:59
I have just started using grasp Chinese so far very happy as I will be moving to live in China at the end of the year.
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JULIO
04 May 2015, 11:11
I've learned "Chinese Language" is also: "Hanyu"
is this also correct?
Also; Yidian, "a little" I've learned as; "yidianr" (without pronouncing the "n")?
please explain
thanks
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Alexis
26 Jun 2015, 11:42
Please add more lessons. This is the best learning source I have come across online, though.... This is a great learning source, but that's only if all you need is enough words/phrases to visit China. I want to be able to speak fluently in Chinese, and sadly, I haven't found a good source for that online. Please add more lessons and what are some other good sources to learn fluent Chinese and not just some conversations?
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Ishmael Metlha
25 Jul 2016, 08:34
I have been learning this for the past two weeks and I am already hooked. I had learnt a lot and my progress is very good. No question I will be subscribing after I master my first free 10 lessons.
Wish I got this site earlier on.
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