You're a doctoral student studying forms of ocean life
in the Yellow Sea when you get an unexpected call from the
State Department. Suddenly, it's up to you to save a
priceless Chinese art treasure from pirates—and success
will depend on your ability to learn enough Mandarin
Chinese to complete your mission...
Who says that learning a language can't be fun? "Dr.
Blair's Mandarin Chinese In No Time" uses audio (and a
bonus featuring a traveler's vocabulary and much more)
to get you speaking Mandarin Chinese more quickly and
enjoyably than you ever thought possible. With "Dr. Blair's
Mandarin Chinese In No Time", you will:
-IMMEDIATELY learn Mandarin Chinese that you can use in
-LEARN the practical applications you need
-MASTER easy and effective memory tricks
-DISCOVER ways to practice on your laptop while
-REVIEW everything you learn— including Mandarin Chinese
characters and pronunciations—on the interactive
Whether you're a businessperson, student, or traveler,
whether you're brushing up on a forgotten language or just
interested in learning a new one, "Dr. Blair's Mandarin
Chinese In No Time" teaches you the skills you need at the
pace you want, jump-starting your study with a variety of
methods that keep the experience fun, fresh and
Why rely on old, out-dated techniques to learn a new
language? "Dr. Blair's Mandarin Chinese In No Time" offers
the up-to-the-minute advantages that you won't hear
This audio is supplied with additional resources in the
form of a .zip file, downloadable along with the audio
files after purchase. The extra download enables
customers to review everything they've learnt, including
Mandarin Chinese characters and pronunciations.
To use the additional download, please:
1. Download the zipped file along with the audio
2. Extract all files from the .zip folder, using any
readily available unzip utility.
3. Double click on the Content folder, then open the
Index.htm document. The additional resource then opens in a
new browser page and contains the sounds to accompany the
Chinese symbols and their English equivalent.
We hope you find this additional resource helpful.