How to learn Chinese with Just One Rule?

Having trouble learning Chinese? Well, you're in luck because Silk Mandarin's self-developed Slow Motion Technique offers a revolutionary way to understand Chinese sentence structure and can easily be applied to daily Chinese conversation. 

When learning Chinese, beginners are often overwhelmed by the language's grammar and rules. To make matters worse, traditional methods used to explain Chinese grammar can be confusing. The good news is there's a better, easier way to learn Chinese with just One Rule

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Does Slow Motion Technique work all the time on Chinese grammar learning? Let's check out more examples

We speak English in this way:
- I drink coffee at the coffee shop.

However, if you speak Chinese in the English order:
- (W h kfi zi kfi din.)

You've just made a common mistake influenced by English!

So, how can we get rid of English thinking way when speaking Chinese?

How to switch to the Chinese mindset?

Follow our Slow Motion Technique!

Imagine the sentence we presented as if it were seen in a movie, playing in slow motion. In this way, you can clearly see each step:

- The first step is "I, as a subject, exist"
- The second step is "at the coffee shop"
- The third step is "drink coffee"

When you combine these steps together, you have the perfect Chinese sentence:

- (W zi kfi din h kfi.)

See? The Chinese word order is made in a chronological way, right?

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Basically, with the Slow Motion Technique, the Chinese order is exactly the order in which the actions are taking place. If you start to view what you want to say with this Slow Motion Technique, you will never get the Chinese order wrong!

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