Why Learning Chinese Is Easier Than English



Some English speakers found that learning Chinese is too difficult to even try. But is Chinese really so hard to learn? The answer is not that difficult if you are willing to learn Chinese.

There are 15 reasons about Why Learning Chinese Is Easier Than English

1. Mandarin does not give a damn about tenses.


2. The alphabet is totally phonetic.


3. It doesn’t have that many combinations of sounds.

As opposed to thousands in English.


4. Mandarin ain’t got no time for too many syllables.

The majority of words only have one or two syllables.


5. You can usually understand people even if you can’t make out the tones.

Tones = inflections. You can still figure out what people are saying through context.


6. You could even just learn spoken Chinese with Pinyin and be illiterate.

If you want a quicker route. (Note: NOT promoting illiteracy here, just sayin…)


7. Don’t like articles? GREAT! Mandarin doesn’t either.

There are none.


8. Nouns don’t have plurals

Nouns do have “units” that you have to remember.


9. OR genders.

There are gendered pronouns (like he/she), but that’s about it. China thinks that pineapple should have a choice whether it’s male or female.


10. All sentence patterns are fixed.

Subject + time + location + verb + object all day every day.


11. Vocabulary makes more sense.


12. Mandarin and Cantonese characters are written the same.

Killing two birds with one stone AMIRITE?


13. Numbers are used wayyyy more effectively and efficiently.


14. You don’t necessarily have to worry about dealing with different dialects.

Almost everyone understands Mandarin.


15. Some words actually look like the thing they describe.

It’s kind of like reading a picture book. Ish. Which is always cool.


Chinese is not so difficult as you thought, if you want to give a try to learn Chinese, please contact us.




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