Class Time: 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
Class Dates: Every Sunday from April 3 - June 19, 2022
(No class on April 17 and May 22, 2022) 
Course Duration: 1 hours per week for 10 weeks (10 hours total) 
Office Hours: Monday 8:00 - 9:00 PM ET | Wednesday 9:00 - 10:00 PM ET
Instructor: Teacher (Miss Stephanie)

Course description:

A continuation of Bootcamp Level 1, this course is designed to expand knowledge on everyday grammar sentence structure and provide strong foundations for self-expression in Cantonese and Chinese for heritage beginners. In order to provide a more immersive experience, the bootcamp duration has been extended to 10 weeks and now includes two designated office hour slots each week to have more Q&A and homework help time.

Office hours: 

  • Monday 8:00 - 9:00 PM ET | Wednesday 9:00 - 10:00 PM ET
  • Additional office hours are available upon request, please email [email protected] to set up. 

Classroom Rules & Etiquette: 

  • Respect your fellow peers, be kind and courteous
  • Respect everyone's privacy
  • Vulgar, rude and disrespectful language are not allowed
  • Do not show illicit, illegal or obscene material
  • No soliciting, promotions, phishing, inappropriate web content or spam
  • No hate speech, blackmailing, doxxing or harassment
  • Do not blast music or scream into the microphone
  • Be on time for class
  • Do your best and have fun 🙂 

Lesson Outline:

April 3, 2022Lesson 1Bootcamp 1 ReviewVerb tenses + Past/Future with auxiliary words
April 10, 2022Lesson 2Needs & Wants
April 17, 2022NO CLASSEaster BreakNO CLASS
April 24, 2022Lesson 3Conjunctions:1. Should2. But3. Even though4. And & Also
May 1, 2022Lesson 41. Like (Simile/comparison)2. Location specifiers3. Seems like
May 8, 2022Lesson 51. Descriptions with stative verbs and ability (得)2. Duplicated verb patterns: back and forth
May 15, 2022Lesson 6Review (No tutorial or office hours this week)Review Games
May 22, 2022NO CLASSHoliday BreakNO CLASS
May 29, 2022Lesson 7Variations of "Can" + Verbs
June 5, 2022Lesson 8Sequential Conjunctions
June 12, 2022Lesson 91. Describing simultaneous events2. Chinese punctuation
June 19, 2022Lesson 10Final Review & Presentation Activity