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大家好！Hi, everyone, welcome to join our Chinese for HSK Level 3 course. This is CHEN Li and LU Yun, and we are very happy to meet you here! Chinese for HSK 3 is a 10-week course. It consists of two parts: Part I, which is a 6-week program, covers vocabulary and grammar delivered mainly through dialogues and passages; Part II takes 4 weeks to complete and the foci are exercises and testing strategies. Chinese for HSK 3 aims at the third level of HSK. It is the counterpart of Level 3 of the Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages and the B1 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Chinese for HSK 3 Part I includes: 30 video lectures with dialogue role plays by PKU students; More than 300 new words on the basis of HSK 1 and HSK 2; More than 60 new grammar points; Review the words you have learnt in HSK 1 and HSK 2 courses. New words and texts via audio; Quizzes for each lesson and HSK test papers; At the end of the course, you will be able to communicate in Chinese at a basic level in your daily, academic and professional lives. You can manage most communication in Chinese when travelling in China. Specifically, you will master certain grammar knowledge containing fundamental sentence structure and usage like sentences with “把”, sentences with “被”(passive voice), comparative sentences and rhetorical questions. Moreover, you will master the meaning of fixed structure and usage of sentences like “….for sb…”(对…来说), “increasingly…” (越来越), etc. It does not matter if you complete HSK Level 1-2 or not, as long as you have obtained basic Chinese language competency. Hope you enjoy our Part I course and glad to see you in our next Part II course. CHEN Li, LU Yun and Chinese for HSK Level 3 team.
- Week 1 - Week1 Hobbies and Interests
This week we will be learning expressions related to hobbies and interests. What's your favorite hobby? Do you know how to discuss your plan and travel place on weekends? At the end of this week, you will be able to answer the questions above in Chinese. You ...
- Week 2 - Week2 Asking for sick leave & Sending one’s blessing or comforting others.
This week we will be learning expressions related to asking for sick leave, sending one's blessing or comfort others. What happened to you? Do you feel better? Do you know how to say" Don't be sad!"in Chinese? At the end of this week, you will be able to talk...
- Week 3 - Week 3 Arrangments and Plans
This week we will be learning expressions related to arrangements and plans. What programs do you want to watch? Will the bank open tomorrow? Do you know how to say "it is very convenient by subway"in Chinese? At the end of this week, you will be able to talk...
- Week 4 - Week 4 Campus Life and Weather
This week we will be learning expressions related to campus life and weather. Do you like online shopping? How to talk about exam,scores ,learning plans and learning experience? Are you used to extreme cold weather? At the end of this week, you will be able to...
- Week 5 - Week 5 Appearance and Environment
This week we will be learning how to talk about describing someone's appearance and some kind of environment. Who do you look like? What kind of room would you like? What kind of place would you like to go? At the end of this week, you will be able to answer t...
- Week 6 - Week 6 Commonly used sentence structures learning
This week we will be learning the usage and structure of “把”sentence, “被”sentence and "There be"sentence in Chinese. You will learn 41 new words and 12 new grammar points this week.
- Week 7 - FINAL TEST
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