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HSK 1

Learn the Chinese words required for passing the HSK Level 1 Exam. 

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About the test

The HSK (Hànyǔ Shuǐpíng Kǎoshì, 汉语水平考试 Hàn yǔ Shuǐ píng Kǎo shì ) Level 1 Exam is designed for learners who can understand and use some simple Chinese characters and sentences to communicate, and prepares them for continuing their Chinese studies.  In HSK 1 all characters are provided along with Pinyin.

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15015017417420 questions, 15 min20 questions, 17 minNot tested

HSK 1 Vocabulary

de shì le zhè zài yǒu hǎo lái rén huì shuì xiǎng Néng shǎng hěn kān xià zuò diǎn kāi xiē jiā duō xiǎo huí yǐn tài ne ài Nián shéi jiào běn qǐng zhù Qián chī shǎo Sān Shuǐ háo Zuò mǎi èr yuè xiě shí gǒu Shū suì wéi kuài Lěng liù dòu māo cài jiǔ chá 我们 wǒmen 什么 shénme 没有 méiyǒu 怎么 zěnme 现在 xiànzài 时候 shíhou 谢谢 xièxie 先生 Xiānsheng 喜欢 xǐhuan 东西 dōngxī 工作 gōngzuò 朋友 péngyou 妈妈 māma 今天 jīntiān 爸爸 bàba 怎么样 zěnmeyàng 对不起 duìbuqǐ 高兴 gāoxìng 医生 yīshēng 哪儿 nǎr 名字 míngzi 认识 rènshi 看见 kànjiàn 打电话 dǎdiànhuà 儿子 érzi 漂亮 piàoliang 分钟 fēnzhōng 再见 zàijiàn 明天 míngtiān 多少 duōshǎo 女儿 nǚér 小姐 xiǎojie 衣服 yīfu 学校 xuéxiào 电影 diànyǐng 医院 yīyuàn 没关系 méiguānxi 飞机 fēijī 电视 diànshì 后面 hòumian 昨天 zuótiān 睡觉 shuìjiào 老师 lǎoshī 星期 xīngqī 电脑 diànnǎo 学生 xuésheng 下午 xiàwǔ 学习 xuéxí 前面 qiánmiàn 中国 Zhōngguó 桌子 zhuōzi 出租车 chūzūchē 天气 tiānqì 商店 shāngdiàn 椅子 yǐzi 同学 tóngxué 一点儿 yīdiǎnr 苹果 píngguǒ 饭店 fàndiàn 中午 zhōngwǔ 上午 shàngwǔ 水果 shuǐguǒ 杯子 bēizi 下雨 xiàyǔ 米饭 mǐfàn 北京 Běijīng 汉语 Hànyǔ 不客气 bùkèqi
A Boy and his Dragon

Once upon a time, a Little Boy was living in a village near the woods. One day, a Dragon came out of the cave secluded in the middle of the forest and began to relentlessly follow the Little Boy, always breathing on the back of his neck, burning the young boy at his slightest misstep.

The child received refuge in an old Temple where there were no mirrors allowed, and it was forbidden to speak of life before entering the sanctum. Ancient books, hidden rooms with unimaginable treasures and beauty beyond comprehension, became part of the boy’s new life.

Time went by until, one day, the now old young boy accidentally glimpses his own reflection in a pond. The Dragon smiled back.

Come for Peace. Stay for Wisdom.

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