Play . . . and learn.
Our favorite mobile game. Learn Cantonese and play a game at the same time.
Learn Cantonese with a fun and engaging game. Whether you are travelling to Hong Kong or China Town — or you just want to watch some Kung Fu movies — it would be great to learn a little bit of Cantonese.
Mandarin gets all the attention but Cantonese is important too. So many times I’ve been in a Chinese restaurant and try out my Mandarin skills only to find that everyone speaks Cantonese!
Cantonese Bubble Bath is a simple game where you are presented with 12 language categories of 10 words each. Each category has 10 levels with increasing difficulty.
The first level of each category is easy. You have a 50/50 chance of guessing the right word and popping the bubble by selecting the translation for it. As the levels increase, the number of possible translations increase. You can no longer rely on guessing.
Just when you think you are getting used to it, the game will force you to use your listening skills by showing bubbles without text (so you have to listen). Then, you will see bubbles with text and no sound.
Cantonese Bubble Bath has vocabulary in the following categories:
✓ Body Parts
✓ Person Nouns
✓ Useful Phrases
Are you ready to throw down . . . Cantonese style?
Here are 7 fun facts about Cantonese (from the Overpass Website):
• Cantonese is the third most spoken language in the USA.
• Cantonese is one of 5 widely spoken Chinese languages.
• The “Calcutta Chinese” in India are Cantonese speakers.
• Bruce Lee has ancestry from Cantonese China.
• Cantonese pop music is called “Canton-pop”.
• Cantonese cuisine is one of the world’s most famous food types.
• There are over 180,000 Cantonese speakers in San Fransisco.
It’s time to learn.
Cantonese Bubble Bath features original artwork by Gesonrey Romero of Overpass Apps. It features vocal work by spqrdesign. It is produced by Eric Wroolie of Overpass Apps.
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Here are some places you can use this language:
Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau
Any ideas on how to better learn Cantonese? Let us know by leaving a comment here or contacting us directly.