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LingoClass Cantonese School
Cantonese and Culture

Our group lessons are tailored to our students needs with no more than 8 students is any one class. This environment is the ideal setting to develop your Cantonese skills with like-minded people .

Our expert teaching team make it their mission to expose you to authentic language from day 1, helping you to communicate quickly and effectively. 

Weekly Cantonese Courses

Cantonese Language Beginner Level 1 Course

For complete beginners

Start Date

Location

Time

Course length

Fee

16th Oct. 

Thursdays

£168

6 weeks

6:30-8:30pm 

Moorgate

Cantonese Language Beginner Level 1 Course

For complete beginners

Start Date

Location

Time

Course length

Fee

25th Jan.  

Saturdays

£168

6 weeks

1:00-3:00pm 

Moorgate

What are the Benefits of learning Cantonese?

While Mandarin Chinese has grown in popularity in recent years, Cantonese is also a tremendously useful language. Cantonese is the second largest language in China by volume in speakers and is most prevalent in the south of the country and in Hong Kong.

 

In fact, Cantonese is a cornerstone of Hong Kong culture. Without it, you’re missing opportunities to connect with new people and truly grasp the mentality of the population who’ve made Hong Kong the dynamic place that it is today. Invest in Cantonese and you’re providing yourself with an opportunity to connect with authentic Hong Kong culture.

Learning Cantonese can even help you learn Mandarin 

Both languages are tonal, but Cantonese has six tones while Mandarin only has four. In addition, Cantonese is based on traditional Chinese characters. When you learn the traditional radicals (the part of a Chinese character that often denote meaning), it will be easier for you to understand the simplified radicals in Mandarin.