Chinese HSK 1 - 150 Words, 300 Example Sentences, with Audio21.98MB. 450 audio & 1 images. Updated 2016-10-03.
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Sample (from 451 notes)
|Pinyin||Zhège píngguǒ yīkuài qián.|
|English||This apple costs one yuan.|
|Pinyin||Wǒjiā méiyǒu diànnǎo|
|English||I don't have a computer at home.|
|Pinyin||Tā shì wǒmen de hǎo péngyǒu.|
|English||She is our good friend.|
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Others have bought the deck, according to them the quality sinks dramatically.
This deck seems to be good. It has all 150 HSK-1 words, along with English descriptions. It also has sentences.
However, the order for the words is not good. If you're just starting to learn Chinese, then having all of the sentences mixed with the basic words is HARD.
I reordered the deck, so that basic words come first, then the sentences. This change deeply improves the deck for me.
Thanks for creating it!
This first one has a few errors but is okay, I decided to buy the full set from these guys because it was a nice deal. Little did I know that as the decks went on the quality would get worse and worse. HSK 2 was filled with more problems and HSK 3 made me mad enough to write this review, it's utter shit. I regret paying for it. There's a girl who rather then read the chinese sentences always says the word "repeat" maybe a mistake once or twice but every one of her cards is just the audio of her repeat, literally her saying the word "repeat" there are cards where halfway through they make a mistake, rather then rerecord which might take a few seconds they just fix it mid recording. Theres also cards with incredibly loud background noises and crashes, rather then rerecord they just sent it. It's as if their was no way for them to rerecord the audio, they only get one shot so hope they didn't mess up. I'm worried about how bad 4, 5 and 6 could get. For 6 I'm assuming everycard and audio is just blank.
This deck is amazing, very well engineered with a very good learning curve.
Introduce with progression new words into new sentences and day after day can understand a lot of new words in various kinds of sentences.
The audio tracks are well recorded and the pronounce of the tones is very clear.
Some English translations are wrong.
Some pinyin syllables are wrote wrongly.
Some pinyin syllables are united in a random manner (should be united to compose the words).
Some tones are wrote wrongly.
Globally in the whole I advice it very much because it is a very effective system but at the same time I advice to check and if it is necessary correct: the translations, the pinyin syllables and the tones using a dictionary (and this will help too to improve your Mandarin).
If you have very basics of Chinese (sentence structure, grammar, pronunciation and very easy characters), this is the best deck on Anki. I studied Chinese in high school for 4 years then 1 year on my own. I stopped learning for the last 6 years and I started again.
Sentences are easy and very relevant in real life.
After covering all the words, I went to Taiwan where I was able to get by. Thanks to the author who put the deck together.
It's really HSK-1, many sentences, not only single words.
After 2 weeks with real chinese lessons and then 4 months using ONLY anki with this cards I passed HSK-1 with score 195/200 points.
There are some small mistakes with translation and there is a few missing audio files, but it's a very small percentage of a whole deck.
Overall: it's best quality deck I've ever used.
One note for learning from it: it's best to suspend ALL cards at the beginning and browse through it to unsusped only some basic words and VERY simple sentences with: I, you, he/she, is, eat, like, dog, cat, fiend, mom, dad, daugher, son, numbers.
When you'll learn all of these, unsuspend another batch with simple rule: enable only sentences with at most one unknown word. Repeat to the end:-)
It's possible to make all cards within 4 months and pass HSK-1 exam, but you should be prepared to spare 30-60 minutes every day for learning (my limits: 12 new cards, max. 100 for review).
I really loved using the HSK 1 learning tool. I even started learning to read and understand not only Pinyin, but also the Chinese characters themselves (which I postponed and circumvented while using other learning tools). The audio is great and very precise. After finishing HK 1 I bought all the other HSK decks, 2-5, with a very substantial discount. For learning beginners I advise to download them individually and learn them step-by-step (instead of using the overall total HSK 1-5 in one step which might be overwhelming). ChineseAudioFlashcards really is doing a great job with these decks. And their service and support - if questions or problems arise - is also great.
really great audio quality :)
Such a good idea to make the sentences out of only the words in the HSK level!