This book has all the official vocabulary for HSK 1, 2, 3 and 4.
One of the methods of learning a new language is to start with memorising new vocabulary and meaning along with the pronunciation. The Chinese language is particularly hard to master. It has five tones (including the silent tone), and to make things even more complicated, the same word can have different meanings and pronunciations, depending on the context.
For instance, the word 还 is used in both HSK 2 and HSK 3 with different meanings and pronunciations. In HSK 2, 还 (with the pinyin hái) means also, still, yet whereas in HSK 3 还 (with the pinyin huán) means to return something. Therefore, it is important to learn the right meaning and pronunciation for the appropriate HSK level.
This set of flashcards, along with the supplementary materials, is designed to help you succeed in learning new Chinese words.
The supplementary material includes:
•Audio files (at a fast and slow rate)
•HSK vocabulary writing practice sheets.
We have also included printable blank writing practice sheets, which you can print on both sides of an A4 paper.
The password and link to download all the files are at the end of the book.
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Blank Writing Sheet (2-sided)
Below are various sizes of Tian Zi Ge and Mi Zi Ge blank double sided writing sheet. For beginners, please use the large or medium sheets as they would be easier for you to practice the strokes.