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HSK2

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Chinese in Flow HSK 2

This is a resource for practicing Chinese characters. Specifically the characters for the HSK 2 test.
It is a simple click and match game that I hope can be useful for reviewing characters.

This is the same as the resource for HSK 1 just with different content.

I hope you can enjoy or find this stimulating and that you can improve your Chinese.

Leave any comments that you’d like.

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    2. yes i think is a good site but they repeat the same word to often

  2. First i have to test before answering !

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  4. Very good. (Muy bueno). Bom demais. 美好的

  5. Very importante for all mandarin students.

  6. It actually gives you the answer because the answer loads a milisecond after the rest. Brilliantly helpful game for the rest, just hope that cheat is fixed…

  7. Unfortunately the answer flashes yellow as soon as the next question starts

  8. 地 it is not “DE” but “DÌ” and it means earth, soil, ground…
    Also it is HSK 3 level

  9. Hen hao! Thank you all for creating these games!
    I can say i am learning a lot.
    I’ve just finished HSK 1 (my score was bad (must confess) but
    the games are helping me a lot.
    Sorry The Last of Us, but today i will play these games. Lol.

  10. Used the site for HSK1…in my first simulation, made only one mistake, over the 40 questions…great site, helped a lot! Thank you very much! In 2 weeks, I’ll be back to comment about the hsk2…

  11. It’s also pronounced as “DE” and can be a structural particle (used before a verb or adjective).

  12. excelente sitio

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  16. Designed for learners who can use Chinese in a simple and direct manner, applying it in a basic fashion to their daily lives. In HSK 2 all characters are provided along with Pinyin as well.

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  23. Where is the hsk2 test???

  24. I love this game. Really helpful! Thank you so much.

  25. The chinese voice is incorrect on this word

  26. I didn’t find the games to play?!

  27. However, Level 4 really starts to indicate a proficiency with 1,200 words under your belt, you should be able to comfortably read and understand the gist of most passages you come across. Even if you don t understand specific words, you should be able to grasp the flow of Chinese comfortably through your study of Chinese grammar.

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