We are now starting to make HSK vocabulary infographics!!

In this HSK 1 Vocabulary (Part 1) infographic, we put 30+ HSK 1 vocabulary, organizes into 2 groups.

The first group contains vocabulary about persons or people, including 人, 我 wǒ I/me, 我们 wǒmen we/us (pl.), 你 nǐ you, 你们 nǐmen you (pl.), 他 tā he/him, 他们 they (male+female /male, pl.), 她 tā she/ her, 她们 tāmen they (females, pl.), 爸爸 bàba father, 妈妈 māma mother, 儿子 érzi son, 女儿 nǚér daughter, 老师 lǎoshī teacher, 朋友 péngyǒu friend, 学生 xuéshēng student, 同学 tóngxué classmate, 先生 xiānsheng sir/Mr., 小姐 xiǎojiě Miss, and 医生 yīshēng doctor.

The second group contains vocabulary related to location, including 这儿 zhèr here, 那儿 nàr there, 医院 yīyuàn hospital, 商店 shāngdiàn store, 中国 Zhōngguó China, 北京 Běijīng Beijing, 饭馆 fànguǎn restaurant, 学校 xuéxiào school, 家 jiā home and 火车站 huǒchēzhàn train station.

We’ve added the preposition word “在 zài in, at” in between the two groups.

As we were making this infographic, we realized that there are many ways to organize the vocabulary. We’ve decided to arrange them in groups as a memory aid.

We plan to make more HSK vocabulary infographics. So let us know if you think the infographics can help you. Feel free to share any ideas for improvement.

 

HSK 1 Infographic Series

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5 Coming soon…

Part 6 Coming soon…

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10 comments

  1. I want to thank ViviChinese for making this easy-to-read infographics. My middle school students will be taking YCT level 2 next May. I’m wondering if you could make level 2 related infographics. I really appreciate it.

    1. We are so happy to hear you found our infographics useful! We will definitely put your request in our agenda. We will try our best to make that happen! 🙂

    1. Hi Megan, thank you for your feedback. We will definitely keep making more infographics. We believe those are the great studying tools. However, the HSK tests are only provided in Chinese simplified version so far. For better preparation, it is better for learners to get used to this setting. It is good you study in traditional Chinese. You can answer either simplified or traditional Chinese! 🙂 Happy learning!!

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