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Test Your HSK Level With Our Free HSK Practice Test   HSK Practice Test: What’s Your HSK Level? Find out what your Chinese language level is and take…

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Essential Chinese Slangs

1. Loser 屌丝 Diǎo sī Loser Let’s break it down: 屌 (diǎo): male genital organ 丝 (sī): silk (in this case it means “fur”) 屌丝 (diǎo sī) is…

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5 Chinese Noodles You Can’t Miss In China

Hot days, cold days, mild-weathered days,… It doesn’t matter; noodles are always good to eat. Here is our list of favourite noodles. If you’re in China, try these…

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HSK Level 6 Practice Test Students at this level will be able to talk about nearly any topic, particular areas of their specialization, with only minor mistakes or…

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HSK Level 5 Practice Test Students at this level are able to converse at relative fluency on a vast range of topics in their life and in their workplace….

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HSK Level 4 Practice Test Students at this level should feel comfortable commenting on a wide range of subjects and issues related to life, study, and work, although…

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HSK Level 3: Downloadable HSK Practice Test

HSK Level 3 Practice Test Students at this level are able to confidently communicate with native speakers regarding all basic aspects of everyday life in Chinese and can…

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HSK Level 2: HSK Test Download

HSK Level 2 Practice Test Students at this level are able to talk about the basic daily life functions in Chinese. Level 2 will focus on sentence structure, retelling…

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HSK Level 1: Downloadable HSK Practice Test

HSK Level 1 Practice Test Students at this level have had little to no previous experience with Chinese. Level 1 will begin with essential survival Chinese, immediately applicable to…

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Find Out Your Chinese Zodiac Animal and What It Reveals About You – 12 Chinese Zodiac Animals

The Chinese zodiac has been around for thousands of years and used to be the main astrological belief that Chinese people based their actions and predictions on. It…

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China Visa: How To Get A China Student Or Work Visa

So you’ve decided to come to China. The next step is to find out how to obtain a China visa to enter and stay in the country legally….

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Top Things to Do in Shanghai This Summer

Shanghai has long been renowned as one of the must-visit places in the world. With a population of over 24 million residents made up of Chinese nationals and…

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How to Say “Pumped (Excited)” in Chinese

  打 (dǎ) in this case means “to pump up”. 鸡血 (jī xuě) means “chicken blood”. Put together, the phrase 打鸡血 (dǎ jī xuě) is often used to…

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How to Say “Cute” in Chinese

  萌 (méng) means cute. 萌萌哒 (méng méng da) is used to describe somebody or something as cute and adorable.

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How to Say “Thank you, boss.” in Chinese

  谢谢 (xiè xiè): to thank, or thank you 老板 (lǎo bǎn): boss 谢谢老板 (xiè xiè lǎo bǎn): “Thank you, boss.” In day-to-day use, whoever you’re saying this…

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How to Say “An Eyesore” in Chinese

  辣 (là): spicy, 眼睛 (yǎn jīng) We use this phrase to describe something which is unpleasant to see, something you wish you could unsee. It’s often used…

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How to Say “Important Things Need to Be Said Thrice” in Chinese

  重要 (zhòng yào): important, 事情 (shì qíng): matter(s), 说三遍 (shuō sān biàn): to say something three times. We use this phrase to underscore something really important.

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How to Say “to Panic” in Chinese

  方 (fāng) means “square”. We say 方了 (fāng le) when something unexpected has happened and you start to panic and don’t know what to do.

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How to Say “Down-to-earth” in Chinese

  接 (jiē): to link, to connect; 地 (dì): the ground 接地气 (jiē dì qì) is to be down-to-earth.