Chinese Flash Cards Kit Volume 1
Volume 1 covers the vocabulary from the HSK Elementary Level exam, teaching the 349 most basic Chinese characters. These cards equate to the HSK Level I and II certificates (the equivalent of 400-2000 hours of Chinese coursework).
Everything you need to learn the 349 most basic Chinese characters quickly and easily is in this box - our #1 Chinese language learning kit!
349 Flash Cards.
A Handy Organizing Ring.
Audio Recordings of More than 2000 words and phrases.
Plus a 32-page study booklet.
To succeed in mastering Chinese characters, there are just 3 secrets: begin with the most useful characters, study them in the most effective order, and use repetition galore!
Flash cards remain one of the most effective tools for rapid memorization, and Tuttle's flash cards are the best available today. Whether on a train from Beijing to Shanghai or sitting under a tree in Berkeley, you can be study Chinese with this well-designed, easy-to-use set of flashcards.
Developed with HSK study and AP test-prep in mind, the front of Tuttle's Chinese Flash Cards give one Chinese character, a stroke order guide, 4 words and phrases, and look-alike alerts to help avoid confusion. On the reverse is as much information as a dictionary entry: Romanized pronunciation and English meanings, sample sentences for correct usage, plus helpful mnemonics and learning tips. An audio CD gives native-speaker pronunciations and a handy organizing ring is the perfect way to keep the cards all together when you're on the go.
Whether you are preparing for China's official Mandarin Chinese proficiency exam (the HSK) or want to reinforce your language study, these flashcard sets build a solid foundation. The HSK is an international, standardized, Chinese language proficiency exam and is required for those wishing to study at a Chinese university or work with Chinese companies.
The numbered, 3.5x2.25" cards are dual sided. One side shows the specific Chinese character (1" in size), and then in smaller print, you'll find the character written in stroke order and used in four common phrases or compound words. So, you'll learn additional vocabulary as well. The opposite side shows the Chinese character and those same 4 words, including the Pinyin (Romanization) and the English translation. An additional nice feature is that cards indicate similar, often confused characters as well as those which are typically combined.
Volume 1 covers the vocabulary from the HSK Elementary Level exam, teaching the 349 most basic Chinese characters. These cards equate to the HSK Level I and II certificates (the equivalent of 400-2000 hours of Chinese coursework). Volume 2 builds on the first and covers 273 characters for the HSK Intermediate Level III certificate. The sets include hole-punched cards with an organizing ring; a 32-page study booklet provides basic introduction and methods to sort index cards by card number, radicals and strokes or practice, and an included audio CD to hear pronunciation of words and sentences from native speakers. ~ Ruth
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