Chinese upd

I think that from today on I’m going to stop revising my HSKK wordlist. I’ve been revising it for 70 days and I think I can recognize most of the words in context. To be honest, these 427 words are from HSK 3 and HSK 4 word lists, and I added them because I read somewhere that the HSKK Intermediate exam uses words from these lists, even though some of them are pretty obscure and rarely used in daily speech. And this is the main reason why I think just understanding them passively is enough and so there’s no need to spend more time on learning and revising them til I can actively reproduce them in conversation.

I have finally found a course for Chinese characters that I actually like – surprisingly, it was all the time right there at YoyoChinese website, I just haven’t seen it before because I was not interested in learning 汉字, but now, as I get more and more into them, I spent time looking and googling various options and just couldn’t find a comprehensive video course that taught characters using assosiations and mnemonics. And then I saw YoyoChinese and realised that it was exactly what I needed, so I purchased the course and have been studying with it for the past week πŸ™‚ I also purchased 3 of their comic books, they already arrived and I really like them! I don’t understand quite a lot, but hope to improve soon. I’m also using Duchinese to practice reading, so now I feel like I’m fully equipped and I can’t complain about lacking resources anymore. I set myself a deadline until end of summer to read these books without help of a dictionary, let’s see how it goes πŸ™‚

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