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Congratulations and welcome to the end of the course AND the ExpertTrack!

Congratulations and welcome to the end of the course!
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We have been studying Chinese grammar together for four weeks. Thank you for sticking with us throughout the course.

During these four weeks, we learned a lot. We learned some useful words and expressions,some basic sentence structures and special sentences and simple daily communicative skills such as self-introduction and describing daily activities etc.

We also introduced some knowledge of Chinese traditional culture such as Chinese paper cutting,Spring Festival Gala,Spring Festival couplets,Beijing Opera and so on.

I hope our grammar course will be helpful to you and I also hope you guys will continue to learn and improve, Chinese is not as tough as you might think !

Please feel free to let us know If you have any ideas about this course, thank you!

Would you like to take part in an optional research of MOOC learner’s learning strategy on the online Chinese Course?

Shanghai International Studies University is carrying out research to find MOOC learner’s learning strategy on the online Chinese course in order to provide better MOOC courses for the learners.

We’d like to invite the learners on this course to take part in an optional study about learners’ learning strategy. By taking part in this study, you’ll give us the data of how you use learning strategy in the course. We will use the findings to promote our future online Chinese courses.

To take part in the study, please click the link below. It should take no longer than 6 minutes to complete. Take part in the study

Your responses are anonymous. Summarised findings will be shared in China National Knowledge Infrastructure. All the information collected during this study, will be stored and handled according to Shanghai International Studies University’s Privacy Policy.

Thank you very much,

Shanghai International Studies University

Please note that this is an independent research carried out by Shanghai International Studies Unversity and your participation is subject to the University’s own policies and terms. FutureLearn takes no responsibility for the contents or the consequences of your participation in this study. Your participation in the research has no effect on your course progress, marks or FutureLearn profile.

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