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 …

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 …

Common Email Vocabulary In Chinese

Here is another topic that almost all of us will encounter daily, and that is “email.” We have included about 20 of the most common email-related vocabulary in this infographic. They are, 邮箱  yóuxiāng Email 写信  xiě xìn Compose 收信  shōu xìn Get new messages 联系人/通讯录 liánxì rén/tōngxùn lù Contacts 收件箱  shōu jiàn xiāng Inbox …

Conjunction Sequencing Actions 先…再…

This is our third “conjunction” infographics. Why are conjunctions so important? Written language greatly benefit from conjunctions. For example, let’s say you would like to write a story. A beginner may be able to write it with a few individual sentences. But advanced student can use “conjunctions” they have learned and connect those individual sentences …