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HSK 2

Learn the Chinese words required for passing the HSK Level 2 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 2 Exam is 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.

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30015034717335 questions, 25 min25 questions, 22 minNot tested

HSK 2 Vocabulary

duì chū zài Gāo yāo jiù dào Guò Huán zhēn ràng gěi zhāo Bié zǒu zuì zhǎo kuài děng Cóng wèn Cuò jìn cháng Bái liǎng wán Xīn wài jiàn nán wán měi Mén xiào yuǎn nín sòng jìn 穿 chuān máng Hēi piào wǎng yào mài Bǎi màn qiān dǒng Hóng Xuě guì Yīn lěi líng xìng qíng 知道 zhīdào 可以 kěyǐ 告诉 gàosu 因为 yīnwèi 但是 dànshì 已经 yǐjīng 为什么 wèishénme 觉得 juéde 可能 kěnéng 孩子 háizi 所以 suǒyǐ 问题 wèntí 一起 yīqǐ 开始 kāishǐ 时间 shíjiān 事情 shìqing 一下 yīxià 非常 fēicháng 希望 xīwàng 准备 zhǔnbèi 意思 yìsi 第一 dìyī 大家 dàjiā 小时 xiǎoshí 公司 gōngsī 帮助 bāngzhù 晚上 wǎnshang 说话 shuōhuà 房间 fángjiān 正在 zhèngzài 妻子 qīzǐ 丈夫 zhàngfu 眼睛 yǎnjing 快乐 kuàilè 虽然 suīrán 早上 zǎoshang 身体 shēntǐ 咖啡 kāfēi 休息 xiūxi 生日 shēngrì 哥哥 gēge 手机 shǒujī 跳舞 tiàowǔ 弟弟 dìdi 妹妹 mèimei 姐姐 jiějie 介绍 jièshào 上班 shàngbān 旁边 pángbiān 运动 yùndòng 去年 qùnián 报纸 bàozhǐ 颜色 yánsè 机场 jīchǎng 唱歌 chànggē 好吃 hǎochī 考试 kǎoshì 左边 zuǒbian 生病 shēngbìng 游泳 yóuyǒng 牛奶 niúnǎi 右边 yòubian 便宜 biànyí 起床 qǐchuáng 鸡蛋 jīdàn 手表 shǒubiǎo 旅游 lǚyóu 服务员 fúwùyuán 宾馆 bīnguǎn 教室 jiàoshì 跑步 pǎobù 面条 miàntiáo 铅笔 qiānbǐ 火车站 huǒchēzhàn 西瓜 xīguā 羊肉 yángròu 公共汽车 gōnggòngqìchē
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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