HSK 1 Vocabulary (Part 6)

Congraulations! You are at the last part of the series, HSK 1 vocabulary. Before we move on to HSK 1 Vocabulary (Part 6), in case you still need the links for part 1 to part 5, 

HSK 1 vocabulary (Part 1)

HSK 1 vocabulary (Part 2)

HSK 1 vocabulary (Part 3)

HSK 1 vocabulary (Part 4)

HSK 1 vocabulary (Part 5)

In this HSK 1 Vocabulary (Part 6) infographic, we’ve included the remaining vocabulary for HSK 1, which is about 25 words.

Remaining Vocabulary

These vocabulary words are

这 zhè this,

那 nà that,

喂  wèi hello (on the phone),

打电话 dǎdiànhuà call up,

天气 tiānqì weather,

下雨  xiàyǔ rain,

喝 hē drink,

吃 chī eat,

是 shì be (am, is, are),

叫 jiào is called,

来 lái come,

回 huí return,

读 dú read,

住 zhù live,

买 mǎi buy,

开 kāi open,

想 xiǎng want,

会 huì can,

能 néng can/be able to,

有 yǒu have,

做 zuò do,

和 hé and,

的 de,

了 le, and

two question particals 吗 ma and 呢 ne.

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HSK 1 Vocabulary Part 6 Infographic

HSK 1 Vocabulary Part 6 Infographic

HSK 1 Grammar Videos

As we mentioned earlier, we made a HSK 1 grammar course. If you would like to know more about how we teach grammar, here are some videos for you!

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HSK 1 Infographic Series

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4 Comments

  1. Thank you. It is easy to understand the meaning of each character in the list with supporting pictures. Yet, the matter for beginers is how to remember all characters as the number of them get bigger and bigger along the process of learning. There are many characters with similar shape ( buy-sell, to live in – live, open- pot, …). My aim is to understand the Chinese text ( speaking Chinese is not my desire). So, it will be good for me to have Hán-Việt transcription beside Chinese characters in supplied vocabulary.

  2. These infographic learning aids are very helpful. Im a Chinese language learner between self study and a Chinese community class I attend. Thank you so much for making them available.

    1. Hi Jay,
      I am glad to know you found them useful! 🙂 Please keep checking out our website! We release infographics and quizzes regularly!

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