What are some online resources for independent learners of Chinese?

Updated on September 26, 2019 in Learn Chinese
0 on September 7, 2015

I’d strongly recommend you try out this app: Chinessy.com (ios/android available). They have real 1-on-1 tutor 24*7 available for you on mobile, and offer a flexible pricing of $5/15mins. Feel free to use this referral code to redeem your 45 free practicing minutes: 921712.

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0 on October 2, 2015

http://bymyselflearning.blogspot.com


is not a method but this blog can help.

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2 on October 12, 2015

FireDragontoIX is a free mobile App suitable for self-learners.
It contains tons of word databases, quizzes, pictures, and a searchable phrase book.
With its hand-free mode you can learn while you relax.
Supports simplified, traditional, pinyin, bopomofo and many other options.

Give it a try!

on October 12, 2015

I wanted to draw the characters so I displayed the sketchpad too…My smartphone is a Galaxy Note, I use the s-pen…Actually, I need to draw the characters in order to memorize better…Anyway
, good app !

on October 13, 2015

Future versions will have also a writing module as well, besides the reading modules.  I will post here when it’s incorporated into the app.  
Thank you for your support.

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0 on February 26, 2016

Slow Chinese provides great reading materials for intermiate level learners. 

Me and my students also like to use Rutgers Chinese for our online lessons structured dialogues and passages for learners at different levels. 

Hope this helps.

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0 on March 28, 2016

I recommend http://www.e-putonghua.com/english/OpenClass it’s good because it is free but I also learned a lot using their study plan for 6 months.

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0 on June 2, 2016

Another great App you can try is PopOn! PopOn is a language partner App that connects users with Chinese native speakers almost instantly, with both paid and free services. It also includes scripts or topic cards in case you don’t know what to talk about. We’re currently in an invite-only stage and are accepting applications to become early users at https://jinshuju.net/f/TisLrP. Once you tell us a little bit about yourself, we send you the download instructions within two days and voila! You’ll be talking to native speakers in no time!

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0 on August 29, 2016

https://www.tutorming.com/about-us

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1 on April 17, 2017

If you are serious, it’s often a good idea to create your own deadline, by applying for a Chinese exam and working towards this. Every month you have the opportunity to follow it. They will examine your writing, reading and listening skills.

Download a Chinese Language Survival Packages, such as this one.
They include a large set of Chinese characters (Chinese vocabulary according to HSK level), example HSK exams, example practicing sentences, pinyin pronunciation, etc.
http://www.allbusinesstemplates.com/topic/AYN9C

HSK Official Test Exams you can find them online. Make sure you will download those who are including audio tracks and answers!                                                                         http://www.allbusinesstemplates.com/topic/LAYZZ

Hanban http://www.chinesetest.cn/
Hanban is also providing tests online and a free self-evaluation software for HSK 1–6.

HSK official vocabulary books http://www.amazon.cn/
HSK vocabulary, you may buy some book on synonyms for example

 

FLASHCARDS

“Offline” FLASHCARDS: Easy to print and start practicing immediately.
http://www.allbusinesstemplates.com/topic/DMRNJ/

HSK flashcards online http://www.hskflashcards.com/ Great for online Flashcards, also for HSK. You can make them by yourself. Or you download the below mentioned Flashcard packs.

AUDIO TRACKS OR PODCASTS

This is for sure the best way to start learning Chinese! It’s doable, and you will find this complicated language is not that complicated as you thought it was.

Pimsleur is a good one! You will see result very fast within the same week 
(as long as you practice at least 30 mins a day)

HSK Academy online
HSK vocabulary words in hanzi, pinyin, audio

So many options available to learn the Chinese language nowadays! We recommend experimenting with several kinds of learning materials. Flash cards work well, also practicing audio tracks which you can find online!

Good luck with preparations!

on April 17, 2017

HSK1 Official Test Exams

 

HSK2 Official Test Exams

HSK3 Official Test Exams


HSK4 Official Test Exams

 

HSK5 Official Test Exams

 

HSK6 Official Test Exams

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0 on May 4, 2017

You can learn here: http://www.e-putonghua.com/zone/

Also check our video: https://youtu.be/HEdageXzk-M

Learn Putonghua – How to say “more and more” in Chinese? 用中文如何表达“越来越” (Yuè lái yuè) – www.e-Putonghua.com

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0 on August 1, 2017

For some reading practice, IronMandarin.com proposes some free graded articles. For example, a HSK 3 lifestyle article: http://ironmandarin.com/article/114 

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