Learn Cantonese Podcasts
The Cantonese language is one of many within Chinese. Technically, its origins are in Guangzhou (also known as Canton), the capital of Guangdong Province, but it’s spoken in the surrounding area of southeastern China, in general.
Cantonese is the standard form of Yue Chinese, one of the major subgroups of Chinese, and often people will say “Cantonese” to mean this large subgroup of languages.
Although Cantonese shares some vocabulary with Mandarin, the two varieties are very different in pronunciation, grammar, etc.
Many Chinese people fled their homelands throughout history and landed in Cantonese-speaking regions of China. And when these people moved overseas, they generally took their languages with them. So you’ll find Cantonese around the world, with many Kung Fu schools embracing this Southern language.
Since most people turn to Mandarin for study, the number of Cantonese Chinese Language Learning Podcasts is relatively few, compared to that of Learn Mandarin Podcasts. Hopefully, it will grow in time.
But for now, enjoy, listen, and learn with the selection below. It might help to familiarize yourself with Chinese Romanization along the way as well. The tips provided in the article 8 Tips for Learning Kung Fu or other Martial Arts” might prove beneficial.
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Learn Cantonese Language Podcasts
Cantonese Class 101
Cantonese Class 101 is an innovative and fun way of learning the Cantonese language and culture at your own convenience and pace.
Our language training system consists of free daily podcast audio lessons and on our website you have access to video lessons, Cantonese Word of the Day, a premium learning center, and a vibrant user community.
Speak Cantonese on Day 1. Be fluent in Year 7
I teach Cantonese, speak Mandarin, some Spanish and Italian. Started Vietnamese, Teochew and Swedish. Learning French and Arabic. Find a comfortable spot, get a drink, enjoy a 10-minute episode.