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KTV One-on-One Study Chinese in china

By Maureen Hayes Subscribe to RSS | February 28th 2012 | Views:
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In China one of the nations favourite past times is to head to a KTV and sing ones heart out. If you're a foreigner, knowing just about any Chinese song well enough to sing it is going to impress your friends and colleagues. In order to assist you with your quest of "conquering the KTV's" here is a list of some good songs, broken down by you level of language, for you to start rehearsing.

Beginner: Try "The Moon Represents My Heart" (《月亮代表我的心》 Yuèliàng Dàibiǎo wǒ de Xīn). This one is a classic and represents a great song to practice within for study Chinese in China students. It's a little old but it still manages to stay hip. What's more, the words are simple and there aren't a lot of them so it is an easy one to memorize.

Intermediate: For study Chinese in China intermediate students, a song which is both contemporary and fun, while allowing you to show off your knowledge of Chinese and your familiarity with the pop music scene is the key.

Baidu's Top 500 Songs provide for an up-to-date reference on what hot and what's not. Some recommendations for you to begin with include "Love" (《爱》 Ài) by The Little Tigers band (小虎队 Xiǎohǔ duì), a rock song that's slow and easy to sing, but still poppy enough to impress your guests. The song "Love You" (《爱你》 Ài nǐ) by Wang Xinling (王心凌), is also a good one as it has been a hit for younger KTV-goers over the past year or two.

Advanced: Advanced study Chinese in China students can really knock their socks off with songs from Jay Chou (周杰伦 Zhōu Jiélún) or any of China's other hip-hop R&B stars. Anything with a rap verse is going to impress, but it's also going to be difficult to learn, as the rhythm will be fast, and there will be more words than in a regular song.

No matter what level you are currently at, what is most definite, study Chinese in China students will in one way or another be invited to a KTV. When this happens, go! As not only does it serves as a good time out, it also provides for some good learning.

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