This is regarding the "Standard Chinese" language.
Pinyin uses a more romanized script.
- Introduction to the Chinese language
- Chinese is hard, why learn it?
- Expectations for learning Chinese
- Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi
- Chinese flash cards
- Chinese language support for Ubuntu
- Chinese pronunciation
- Chinese characters
- Chinese words
- Chinese grammar
- Calligraphy tools
- Software for learning Chinese
Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi ∞
It's broken into six levels, each having a new block of characters to learn.
With clear difficulty levels and government backing, it's the clear model to use to learn the major language of China.
I'm having trouble finding tutorials and other resources which clearly separate their content by HSK, but I'll continue looking.
Reading and Writing Chinese - Third Edition - (2013 book) - It's content is clearly identified with a level, but all content is mixed together in a sort of reference-based order. Very good for higher-level learning, but perhaps overwhelming for a beginner.
HSK level 1 -- Beginner
- HSK level 2 -- Tourist
- HSK level 3 -- Conversation
- HSK level 4 -- Discussion
- HSK level 5 -- Expert
HSK level 6 -- Academic
Daily routine ideas ∞
- 10 minutes of Chinese flash cards, set one
- 30 minutes of audio
- 10 minutes of flash cards, set two
- 30-45 minutes of videos (with subtitles)
- 10 minutes of flash cards, set three
30 minutes of article reading (with a popup dictionary)
Notes / TODO ∞
- Long time no see
- No can do