Cantonese Classes Los Angeles
PRIVATE CANTONESE CLASSES LOS ANGELES
你好! Welcome to Strommen.
With a Strommen teacher you will speak Cantonese on the first class. A private session is more effective, efficient and convenient than enrolling in a group class. Your Strommen teacher will be a perfect fit for your needs and learning style. We equate 10 hours of private classes with a full semester in a traditional college or group class.
Scheduling is convenient (7 days a week, any time of day), and you can start right away. You can easily reschedule, so you will never miss a class and get left behind. In a private class you do the speaking. There are no other students to hide behind or take up all of the teacher’s time. Your teacher will make sure you progress at your pace, rather than the pace of the best (or worst) student in the class. Strommen further enriches your learning experience with free podcasts, videos, online resources, Strommen Language Meetups around LA, group classes, workshops and even annual immersion trips.
Getting started is easy, just fill out our student application or call and we will help choose the best teacher for you. We decide on a specific teacher based on a number of criteria including a professional gut-feeling. We will make sure it is the perfect match. As a student, your Strommen teacher will be highly dedicated to you. Many of our teachers meet at cafes, at their home office, or anywhere you like. We believe it’s fundamentally wrong to really learn a language from a text book, audio CD, or computer program. It’s time to get away from the computer, grab a coffee and meet your Strommen teacher to have a real conversation!
GROUP CANTONESE CLASSES LOS ANGELES
Check out our Group Class Schedule Here. Strommen Group Classes are a fun, social, and an even more affordable alternative to our private classes. We organize traditional classes like “Beginner Cantonese” as well as Workshops. For a full list of our group classes and enrollment info head over to our Group Class Schedule.
Private Cantonese Classes Los Angeles:
1 hour $75
10 hour package $650 ($65 hourly)
Best Deal! 20 hour package $550 ($55 hourly)
Group Cantonese Classes Los Angeles (Group classes may not be currently available for all languages):
$230 Early Bird rate for 12 hours (8 weeks)
$260 for 12 hours (8 weeks)
Check out our Group class schedule for more info.
More options and discounts:
At your home or office? Add only $20 for travel.
Save $10 hourly by taking class with a friend! Ask about our family and corporate discounts.
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Fill out your info on our contact page here and we will be in touch within 24 hours with a personalized recommendation for your needs, or just give us a call Monday through Saturday 9am to 5pm at 323 638 9787 – You can also check our FAQ page for more info!
You can also browse our teachers for Cantonese Classes Los Angeles below. Don’t live in the Los Angeles area? No problem, our teachers are available online.
Hi everybody. My name is Nicholas and I am a Mandarin Teacher for Strommen. Language Background: I studied Mandarin at St. Olaf College for 4 years and studied abroad in Shanghai studying Mandarin at the East China Normal University. After graduating, I moved to China to improve my language. While in China, I was translating at the Beijing Olympics, hosting TV shows, and teaching English. I had the time of my life and my Mandarin is at a native level in all areas including reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Teaching Experience: I have 5 years teaching experience in China, Singapore, and Hong Kong. I taught students ranging in levels from beginner to advanced and ranging in age from children to adults. As a teacher, I create and execute effective and interesting lessons that are reflective of my personality. With each of my students, there has been significant improvement in all areas of the language and most importantly in students' confidence with the language. I think Mandarin is one of the most fun languages to know and it feels good to use the language when I travel to Asia, when I order a tea in LA Chinatown, and when I keep in touch with my Chinese friends.Locations: Oro Valley, Arizona, Tucson
Hello, my name is Xi. I am from Beijing, China. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in English from China Foreign Affairs University. I have been living in Los Angeles for a couple of years now. Prior to coming to this country, I worked as an administrator for an English training company for about five years. I am currently working on my Mathematical Economics degree here in the U.S. I volunteer for my neighborhood church and actively participate in my community’s activities. I have enjoyed working at Strommen as a Mandarin teacher for the past few years. I am excited about teaching Mandarin along with Chinese culture during my sessions. I like jogging, travelling, pets and gourmet foods. I love having new experiences and learning new things. I look forward to working with you.Locations: Los Angeles, Los Feliz, Silver Lake
Hi! I am a trained and certified Mandarin teacher from Taipei Language Institute, Taiwan.ï¿½Iï¿½ve taught Mandarin to private clienteles since 2001 as well as in group classes at Department of Asian Languages & Cultures (ALC) while obtaining my Master of Fine Arts degree in animation at theï¿½UCLA School of Theater, Film&TV. As a bilingual filmmaker/animator, Mandarin teacher, and copywriter/translator/interpreter, I have worked on many international productions and film festivals providing bilingual services throughout the years. My students range from young children to TV/Film industry professionals like Hal Sparks (actor/comedian) and David Brooks (producer/director). With experience in teaching languages, art and animation, I am patient, fun and creative in my teaching style. I look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your goals!Locations: Venice, Culver City, Santa Monica, Mar Vista, Marina Del Rey
Hi I'm Kris! I began my journey with Mandarin Chinese while working with Chinese immigrants in Dallas, TX, so I empathize with US-based Chinese learners!
It can be hard picking up such a difficult language state-side, but communicating in a language as beautiful and fascinating as Mandarin is a thrill well worth the challenge. After becoming fairly fluent through my own self-immersion efforts, I moved to China, SiChuan, Chengdu where I helped found an English Language Training Center. It was an adventure in not only furthering my language ability, but also immersing myself in Chinese culture, especially business culture.
After the school was up and running, I returned to the US and attended the world-renowned Chinese program of Brigham Young University where I all but achieved a double major in Political Science and Mandarin. Instead, I graduated early to teach full-time in New York City where I concurrently earned an M.Ed. From Hunter College. I have taught at every level from Elementary to University, and many subjects including, but not limited to: ESL, Economics, History, even Theology! I am passionate about teaching and it shows in my classes. In teaching Chinese, I emphasize SOUNDING Chinese! I am committed to making sure that your Chinese tones are correct and that your accent turns heads, opens doors, and conveys the level of respect one would want when doing business with the world's oldest and most storied culture.
I am a native Chinese speaker who grew up in Beijing. Since 2015, I’ve been teaching Mandarin part-time to both children and adults. Languages hold a special place in my heart, I also have been studying French, Latin and Norwegian. As an experienced language learner and teacher, I believe there are no shortcuts, nor the absolute method to master a language. I help each student to come up with the best approach based on their goals, personalities and time; by implementing proven methods such as: comprehensible inputs, transcription technique, traditional study…etc. I emphasize on pronunciation, helping students to produce difficult sounds effectively. It is very important to me that my students are having fun while learning! I welcome feedback at any time to ensure quality and learning outcomes.Locations: Downtown, Koreatown, Silverlake, Echo Park
Hello, my name is Sibyl. I grew up in China and moved to the US 10 years ago. I tutored while I was attending school at the University of Southern California. Since graduating from college, I've been working in film and TV as a translator and interpreter. My approach to teaching Chinese is to have the students set the goals they want to achieve and then divide and conquer. If this is something that interests you, I hope to see you soon!Locations: Hollywood, West Hollywood, Fairfax, La Brea
Hi my name is Michael, and I am a very experienced English teacher and Mandarin Chinese Instructor. I lived in Ottawa and Montreal, Canada, until I was 23. Upon graduation from Concordia University I moved to Busan, South Korea, to teach EFL. I stayed there for two years, from 1997 to 1999, teaching at a few language schools and a university, while making some lifelong friends. I then moved to Tainan, Taiwan, from 2000 to 2006. I studied Chinese at National Cheng-Kung University, while teaching EFL at various schools, including a high school, where I taught for the last two years. Realizing that I needed to upgrade my skills and qualifications, I decided to come to Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, where I am now earning a Master in TESOL at the University of Southern Queensland. I am also teaching in Study Tours, with groups of students from Korea and Japan, who come and study here for a few weeks to a month.
As for my teaching philosophy, I enjoy monitoring my pupils in their aspirations of learning and engaging in the English language and its culture. It is my aim to ensure that all of my students excel in their academic and personal lives. Now, more than ever, sociolinguistics and communicative language teaching are at the forefront of the syllabus; thus, it is my goal to make sure that my scholars learn proper, academic English, as well as English used in authentic, real-life situations.
Michael learned Mandarin Chinese while living in Tainan, Taiwan in the early 2000s at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) 國立成功大學, usually ranked in the top three in Taiwan.
Michael specializes in speaking and listening, while students can definitely learn reading as well as grammar and sentence structure. Writing is best done in a student's own time.
Michael can teach you the context of the words and Chinese through the cultures of China and Taiwan. Moreover, he can add his own sentences and questions to the lessons in order to make it conversational and fun for you. He can also tailor make the lessons according to your own specific needs.