A review of ‘Tuttle Reading and Writing Chinese’. In short, it seems like a great book for learning Chinese characters in an effective way. I was pretty impressed with it, and would genuinely recommend it to anyone who’s getting started with learning Chinese characters.
Another webinar at Hutong School, this time titled Chinese for Dummies. The webinar will cover facts and figures about the Chinese language and other stuff.
Hutong School are running a free webinar on 23rd October 2012, titled “What’s in a Chinese name?”. Head there to register for a place while you can!
Use Anki to its full potential by making use of models and templates in your decks. This keeps it easy to organise and makes Anki more efficient.
Try to use Wikipedia in your target language as much as possible, and add sentences from it to your Anki deck. You learn facts and language at the same time.
Hutong School are running another free webinar, this time on “Demystifying Mandarin”. Head over there to register for a place before they run out!
The Skritter iOS app is out and it looks awesome, especially the offline support. But please get a native Android app out as soon as possible!
Use this page to easily add Chinese-related search functions to your browser. Includes dictionaries, example sentences and other useful Chinese learning stuff. Suggestions welcome.
Anki decks for each of the levels A1 to B2 from the Chinese Grammar Wiki. These should make a fairly comprehensive approach up to intermediate level Chinese grammar.
A huge list of hanzi that are easily confused due to their similar appearance, ready made into a nicely-designed Anki deck!
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