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Chinese Flash Cards for HSK Level 2: 150 Chinese Vocabulary Words with Pinyin for the new HSK [Kindle Edition]

Dongxia Zheng
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Book Description

Flash cards have been shown to be one of the most effective ways for learning a foreign language.

It is especially true for learning the Chinese language.

In this book we collected the 150 Chinese words from HSK level 2. The words are presented in flash cards format. To facilitate easy learning, these words are organized (loosely) into the following themes: Adjectives, Adverbs and Other Functional Words, Home and Faimly, Positions, Food and Drinks, Measure Words, Numbers, Pronouns, At School, Time and Day, Around The Town, Verbs, and Other Common Words.

These 150 Chinese words are from the new HSK. The new HSK is geared towards words that are used daily and practically.

The Chinese words are presented in Simplified Chinese form. One Chinese word will be shown at at time. The flash cards were designed such that you can pick a random word to test yourself using the "Random" link, or you can pick an adjacent word using the "Previous" or "Next" link. To flip a flash card to see the Englsih translation and pinyin for a Chinese word, simply click on the "Flip" link.

The Chinese words and pinyin are presented in pictures. Thus you do not need to worry about the encoding of your Kindle device.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1751 KB
  • Print Length: 325 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
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  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good for beginners to Hanzi 31 Jan. 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Good to help you learn the basic characters in simplified Chinese.
You can sit with your Kindle in a quiet moment in between TV programmes and study the written Chinese words (HanZi)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great, but needs some work 9 Feb. 2014
By Bob Leavell - Published on
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I like this series of cards, and just downloaded Level 4. I only use these cards on my phone (Lumia 1520 – Windows Phone.) I feel that that is the best format for going through flash cards. As I am currently on the 4th set of these cards, my review takes into account everything that I have seen in all sets 1-3.


1. Each "flash card" should have a number. That would let you know how many characters you have memorized. For instance, if you were planning on memorizing a certain number a day, it becomes hard to keep track once you try to do 20+ per day.
2. Some of the groupings of characters made it too easy to guess the next character, i.e. placing numbers and colors together. The groupings of the characters should be more randomized.
3. I have found that for me the random link did not work very well. It appeared that at times it would only cycle through say 10 of the characters at a time.
4. If you use the random link, you will have no way of knowing when you have gone through all of the characters.
5. I have found that some of the characters in the series are repeated. i.e. 向is in the 2nd and 3rd set of flash cards.
6. It is a little misleading to say that there are 150 characters in the series. Some characters, with more than one meaning, are shown for each meaning i.e. 对
7. The groupings of characters should be more evenly spaced out. The author grouped them by subject. I do not believe that this is necessary, furthermore it makes some of the characters easier to guess when you’re going through the set (i.e. if you’re going through the verbs group, for each character you already know that it is going to be a verb.) All in all, you end up with some groups which have as little as 1 character, and other groups which have 30-40 characters. It would be better if each group had say 10 characters. That would make it easier to memorize each group. This can be fixed using kindle’s bookmarking feature, however that is work that the author should do.
8. The characters are presented as pictures. This makes the characters easier to read, however it makes any type of searching impossible.

Pros: They are flash cards.

Don’t be fooled by the long list of cons, and relatively short list of pros, I like these flash cards very much. They are simple and get straight to the point. Here is the character, on the back is the definition and the pinyin. I feel that this is the best way of memorizing the characters. Good luck in your studies.
3.0 out of 5 stars Would make a better app than e-book 15 Dec. 2013
By Andrew Macduffie - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
If this were an actual set of flashcards it would be fine. As a digital product it is just so-so. The is no way to keep track of which cards you know and which ones give you problems. There is no way to keep track of which cards you've seen and which ones you haven't seen. The buttons for "flipping" the cards and going to the next random card did not always work smoothly. As a whole it was still useful and I might buy another level in the future. If they made a proper app out of this it could be great.
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