Best apps to Learn Chinese

Best apps Learn Chinese Best apps Learn Chinese – CHINESESKILL, Pleco, Memrise, FluentU, Hello HSK, and DU CHINESE. 1/ CHINESESKILL – FREE Learn Chinese is just like play games  —  CHINESESKILL CHINESESKILL  is a likely game application for Chinese language learning, the overall system is similar with Duolingo, it lets the user in the “test” at the same time while learning… Read More Best apps to Learn Chinese

The Dragon Boat Festival

the Dragon Boat Festival The Dragon Boat Festival is also called the Duanwu Festival.  It is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month according to the Chinese lunar calendar. So it earns another name – Double Fifth Festival.  Actually, it has a variety of names in Chinese: 端午节、龙舟节、午日节、五月节、浴兰节。 It is a popular and traditional… Read More The Dragon Boat Festival

Mandarin tones

Pitch Contours of Mandarin Tones Practice using the four Mandarin tones. Mandarin Chinese is a tonal language, which means that different tones can change the meaning of a word, even if the pronunciation and spelling are otherwise the same. It is essential to learn the different tones if you wish to speak Mandarin Chinese correctly. Mandarin… Read More Mandarin tones

Introduction to HSK2

Introduction to HSK2 HSK2 examines the students’ capability of using Chinese in daily life. Those who pass HSK2 can engage in daily conversations in a simple direct way. Their Chinese language proficiency reaches the upper elementary level. TEST TAKERS The test takers of HSK2 should master at least 300 commonly used words and related knowledge… Read More Introduction to HSK2

Introduction to HSK1

Introduction to HSK1 HSK1 examines the students’ capability of using Chinese in daily life. Those who pass HSK1 can understand and use some simple Chinese words and sentences to facilitate their communication and be equipped with the ability to pursue further Chinese studies. TEST TAKERS The test takers of HSK1 should master at least 150… Read More Introduction to HSK1