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Private AP Chinese Tutoring

Receive personally tailored AP Chinese lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with the best tutor for your particular needs while offering flexible scheduling to fit your busy life.

How can an AP Chinese tutor help you?

Enrolling in AP Chinese Language and Culture gives high school students the chance to undertake a challenging, fast-paced curriculum that is typically meant to parallel the experience of an introductory college-level course in Chinese. In addition, it allows students to gain valuable insight into China's rich and long cultural history, while learning the ins and outs of the language.

While Chinese is widely regarded as one of the toughest languages for English speakers to learn, a number of professional and academic opportunities could arise if you achieve proficiency in the language. Passing the AP Chinese Language and Culture exam with a great score will also allow you to earn college credits for introductory Chinese classes. This means that you could earn college credits before you even set foot on a university campus.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online AP Chinese Tutoring review by Emily
We practiced his Mandarin tone recognition, as it was a component of his quizzes that he was having difficulty with. He has shown tremendous improvement from when we first started working together, and is able to recognize the tones. However, he has a little trouble separating out the character pronunciations, and that leads to difficulty figuring out the correct tone mark. We will continue to work on this during our next session.
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Online AP Chinese Tutoring review by Xinjie
This week like always, we reviewed all the materials like always. The student has gotten so much better with pinyin and numbers. She can say them really fast now. The student has no accent with numbers and pinyin. I taught her more conversational Chinese. She's been doing very well!!
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Online AP Chinese Tutoring review by Leila
I focused on practice and we reviewed the lessons. The student has completed all the exercises and vocabulary for the midterm review. The student also practiced some character writings. He is making a good progress in his studies.
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Online AP Chinese Tutoring review by Ginger
Student 1 and I reviewed his colors and action words; he has started to retain some vocabulary, and he can recognize it, though he has trouble recalling it on his own. Student 2 and I ran through his action routine, and then I had him do a short Q&A game using an imaginary fish (I also did this with student 1). In Mandarin, I asked him what the fish was doing, and then I had him respond in Mandarin as well. I also reviewed the terms for water and ice with both boys. Student 3 and I orally reviewed the "I like" construction and we went over the body parts and how to say "(body part) hurts."
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Online AP Chinese Tutoring review by Edwin
Today, I briefly introduced myself to the student and discussed with him his goals in Mandarin, what he would like to achieve. Next, I briefly assessed his level in reading, speaking, and listening. I found the student to have a good foundation in Chinese though he admitted he has gone rusty as he had not practiced Mandarin in a while. We decided to start him on late-elementary, early middle school level material. I had him read through a few simple reading comprehension passages to work on his reading while teaching new vocabulary and pronunciation. I had him jot down words and phrases I thought would be useful. I had him summarize the passage in his own words in Mandarin using new vocabulary from the passage as often as possible. Finally, I showed him a short video to work on his reading. I gave him a reading passage with questions for homework and I will meet him tomorrow.
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Online AP Chinese Tutoring review by Mingzhang
We started learning animals in Chinese in the topic of the Chinese zodiac (this is also an alternative way to tell age in Chinese culture by saying the animal). We covered 6 animal vocabulary words in this session, which enabled students to tell their own and close family's zodiac animals. We played a matching game to strengthen the new vocabulary. Apart from the animal content, 3 other colors were introduced today (also to practice "like/not like"). They also practice the new color vocabulary by one student saying a color while others picked the color accordingly (speaking and listening). I left a checklist of 4 major language points we covered in the recent sessions to encourage the students to think upon what had been learned (as a self-practice/evaluation) occasionally before the next session.
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