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Taught in English, this course is suitable for beginners of Chinese language. The most attractive part of this course is the fact that it is closely connected with the HSK tests. There are exercises for HSK tests at the end of each unit, and after completing this course, students can receive a HSK (level I) Grade Report issued by Hanban/Chinese Testing International (CTI). Notices I'm glad that you come here to begin your journey of learning Chinese. Here you will learn everyday Chinese, get to know interesting Chinese characters and learn about the HSK exam. The following are a few things that you need to know before starting the class: First: What does this course include?
This course lasts for six weeks and is taught in English.
This course includes six units, which include greetings, self-introductions, transportation, food, accommodation and shopping.
Each unit consists of conversations, Chinese characters, Peter’s afternoon tea and HSK exercises. The conversation section and Chinese characters section contain a lot of videos and exercises. Second: Who are this course for?
This course is mainly for Chinese beginners and Chinese learners who are interested in the HSK examination. Third: What is the biggest highlight of this course? The course follows the HKS test closely, which is a combination of teaching and examination. The HSK exercise module contains past exam questions and new words from the HSK (level I) test. The past exam questions of the HSK (level I) will help you familiarize yourself with the HSK test and assess your degree of mastery of a certain lesson, while the new words section include words related to the topic of a lesson which have not yet appeared in the text but belong to the HSK (level I) vocabulary.
Forth: What do you learn? Pronunciation method of Chinese language Common Chinese words and sentences in daily fife Some of the most basic and frequently used Chinese characters How to communicate with Chinese people
Fifth: How to grade? After each class there are 5-8 HSK exercises, which all add up to a total of 40 questions. Each question scores 1 point. (Note: The English version of these exercises are only designed to be used as a practice tool, and is excluded from the total score). Sixth: How to get a certificate? After completing this course, the students who gets more than 60% correct answers of HSK exercise will receive a HSK (level I) Grade Report issued by Hanban/Chinese Testing International (CTI).