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HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 11)

HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 11)

This is HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 11). And this is also the last one of the HSK 2 Vocabulary series. I won’t call it “infographic” since I did not put any “image.”

The rest of the vocabulary are hard to find fit images/icons for them. It may cause more confusion than help. So I decided just simply group them. If you have a better idea of how to make it, we welcome your feedback! BUT, in the meantime, we FINISHED the series!!!!!!!!!!!! Hooray!!!

 

  tā it

  měi every

  bié other

  yě likewise, too, also 

  hái still

已经  yǐjīng already

一起  yìqǐ together

  zài again

  jiǜ at once

事情  shìqing matter

  ràng let

希望  xīwàng hope

  néng can, be able to

可以  kěyǐ can 

  yào ask for

可能  kěnéng may

  cóng from

  duì right

  cǐ this

  xiàng towards

  lí leave

  wèi hello (on the phone)

  de

  le

  ma

  ne

 

  zhe

  guò

  ba

 

HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 11) Infographic

HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 11) Infographic

 

You can find the HSK 2 series below

HSK 2 Vocabulary Part 1

HSK 2 Vocabulary Part 2

HSK 2 Vocabulary Part 3

HSK 2 Vocabulary Part 4

HSK 2 Vocabulary Part 5

HSK 2 Vocabulary Part 6

HSK 2 Vocabulary Part 7

HSK 2 Vocabulary Part 8

HSK 2 Vocabulary Part 9

HSK 2 Vocabulary Part 10

 

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HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 10)

HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 10)

In this HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 10) infographic, there are ~25 words. They are

正在 zhèngzài be being,

和 hé and,

因为 yīnwèi because,

所以 suǒyǐ so,

但是 dànshì but,

下 xià below,

生日 shēngrì birthday,

天气 tiānqì weather,

西瓜 xīguā watermelon,

报纸 bàozhǐ newspaper,

题 tí topic,

姓 xìng surname

下雨 xiàyǔ rain,

找 zhǎo find,

懂 dǒng understand,

完 wán finish,

红 hóng red,

白 bái white,

黑 hēi black,

晴 qíng fine weather,

阴 yīn cloudy,

错 cuò wrong.

 

HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 10) Infographic

 

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HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 9)

HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 9)

In this HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 9) infographic, there are ~30 words. We put these vocabulary in two groups.

 

The first group contains body motion verbs,

说话 shuōhuà speak,

来 lái come,

回 huí return,

做 zuò do,

坐 zuò sit,

住 zhù live,

走 zǒu walk,

进 jìn enter,

出 chū come,

到 dào arrive,

穿 chuān wear,

给 gěi give,

笑 xiào smile,

告诉 gàosù tell,

开始 kāishǐ begin,

帮助 bāngzhù help,

送 sòng give as a present,

想 xiǎng want,

认识 rènshi know/recognize,

知道 zhīdao know,

会 huì can.

 

The second group contains verbs,

是 shì be (am, is, are),

有 yǒu have,

叫 jiào call,

觉得 juédé think.

HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 9) Infographic

HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 9) Infographic

 

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HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 8)

HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 8)

In this HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 8) infographic, we’ve included ~30 HSK 2 vocabulary.

The vocabulary are “adverbs” and “adjectives,” which include

不 bù no,

很 hěn quite/very,

太 tài too,

都 dōu all/both,

非常 fēicháng very,

最 zuì most,

真 zhēn real, really,

没 méi no,

大 dà big,

小 xiǎo small,

多 duō many/much,

少 shǎo few, little,

冷 lěng cold,

热 rè hot,

好 hǎo good,

漂亮 piàoliang beautiful,

高兴 gāoxìng happy,

高 gāo tall,

忙 máng busy,

快 kuài fast,

慢 màn slow,

远 yuǎn far,

近 jìn close,

好吃 hǎochī delicioous,

累 lèi tired,

长 cháng long,

新 xīn new,

贵 guì expensive,

便宜 piányi cheap.

 

Please note:

The vocabulary in black are the vocabulary from HSK 1.

The vocabulary in blue are the NEW vocabulary from HSK 2.

 

HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 8) Infographic

HSK 2 Vocabulary (Part 8) Infographic

 

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把 (bǎ) Sentence

One of the most “popular” Chinese grammar is the “把 sentence.” This grammar is confusing for some learners since you can’t find this grammar in English.

The basic Chinese sentence structure is S V O (Subject – Verb – Object).

However, when using a “把 sentence,” you place the Object before the Verb. So the sentence structure becomes S 把 O V. So, at this point, you can see that the S V O structure is not for all situations.

When should you use the “把 sentence?”

  • When the situation focuses on the result of an action.
  • When the situation focuses on the influence of an action.
  • When you would like to describe what happened to the object with more details (The object is already known or have been mentioned before).

Check out the infographic for more details and examples.

 

Simplified Chinese Version

 

 

Traditional Chinese Version

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