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Chinese tutor

Chinese tutor and founder

Rita Zhang

  • A Native Mandarin Speaker
  • Over ten years' Experience in the Training Field
  • Specializes in 

  1. Conversiational
  2. Business
  3. Pronunciation
  4.  Speaking Mandarin


Chinese tutor and co-founder

Elizabeth Zhao

  • A Native Mandarin Speaker
  • Over ten years' Experience in teaching Chinese
  • IB certicificated teacher
  • Specializes in IB/CBE/AP/HSK test preparation

Mandarin tutor

First-Rate Course Offerings

  • 100% target-language teaching
  • Lesson plan is around what you will actually use
  • Focus on daily expressions 
  • Chinese tutor

Chinese class

Our Mission

  • Authentic Mandarin Learning
  • Quality lessons offered
  • No boring textbooks



Visit Texas Mandarin

  Please make an appointment before your visit



Texas Mandarin (Yeshua House Building)


3405 Custer Rd #300, Plano , TX, 75023 


Course Catalog

Business Mandarin

Travel Mandarin

Social Mandarin


Kids Mandarin

In person lesson

Online  Lesson

Mini online Coaching session

Texas Mandarin Curriculum (pdf)



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Experience the language

Experience the language

Experience the language

Go to the Chinese restaurant and grocery store with Chinese tutor to experience the language

We will go to a Chinese restaurant, go to a Chinese grocery store, and go to an Asian festival to experience the language.


Experience the language

Experience the language


 We follow NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) standards. 

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Experience the language

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1 In person lesson

 +20 minutes online practice=$70 chinese tutor

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  • Q: The tones in mandarin are very confusing!  When I hear Chinese people speaking, I don’t really hear the different tones, it sounds like they are just talking normal. So I struggle to reproduce the tones correctly. 
  • Rita: Because they have been speaking Chinese their entire life, their ear is trained to hear the subtle tones, but yours is not. For you to pronounce words correctly, you will need to emphasize the tones more than you feel is natural. You just have to think of tones as emotions. For example: the fourth tone, you can think of as the angry tone. When you are very mad, your words and tone of voice tends to be very short, forceful and sharp!



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