Deprecated: WPSEO_Frontend::metadesc is deprecated since version WPSEO 14.0 with no alternative available. in /var/www/tutormandarin/Wordpress/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4783
vocab list from hsk2

HSK 2 Full Word List | Excel Sheet and PDF Download

HSK 2 Full Word List Here’s the full list of HSK2 words (plus some!) with all the info you need: Chinese, Pinyin, English and 2 example sentences for each. This is great if you want to make your own flashcard deck (Anki) or just check them off through a spreadsheet. All sentences are originally created[…]

learn chinese with free apps

Best Apps to Learn Chinese Free | List from TutorMandarin

It’s so convenient for learning Chinese with apps these days…and what’s more convenient than free apps? Today, TutorMandarin will explore the best apps to learn Chinese for free. These free apps will not just teach you a few phrases but will really start you down your language learning journey — taking you to step by[…]

list of all hsk 1 words

HSK 1 Full Word List | Excel Sheet and PDF Download

HSK 1 Full Word List Here’s the full list of HSK1 words (plus some!) with all the info you need: Chinese, Pinyin, English and 2 example sentences for each. This is great if you want to make your own flashcard deck (Anki) or just check them off through a spreadsheet. All sentences are originally created[…]

chinese word chow origins

Where does the word “Chow” come from?

The Word “Chow” Where does the word “chow” come from? The word chow refer to food or rather anything edible that you’re going to make a meal out of. It is commonly used in the military in reference to meals. Colloquially, the phrase “chow down” means just to eat quickly and heartily. So what are the origins[…]

guide to chinese calligraphy for beginners

A guide to Chinese calligraphy: handwriting tips for beginners

handwriting tips for beginners Learning the Chinese language can be a tough order for any Western speaker. The two main Chinese languages, Mandarin and Cantonese, come from the Sino-Tibetan branch of languages. Meanwhile, most Western speakers speak a language from the Indo-European branch of languages. This means that there are very few similarities that Western[…]

learn chinese book pdf

“No Pictures Here.” – Free Learn Chinese PDF

Sign up to get the FREE PDF & Trial Class Download PDF  “No Pictures Here.” Learn Chinese with PDF: Lessons Overview If you go to a tourist attraction in Chinese-speaking countries and are told by the local staff that you cannot take pictures here. Can you understand? And how do you ask someone to do[…]

chinese winter solstice

Chinese 24 Solar Terms and Winter Solstice (Dongzhi Festival)

Winter’s coming in the Northern Hemisphere! And speaking of winter, there’s winter solstice, or midwinter, an astronomical phenomenon that has the shortest daytime and longest nighttime of the year. Winter Solstice in Chinese culture, also known as “Dongzhi” (冬至,  Dōngzhì), is coming this year on December 22nd, which would be one of the annual celebrated[…]

learn Chinese pdf

“How to Go to the Post Office?”- Learn Chinese PDF For Free

B1-L21 How to go to the post office? (Preview) Sign up to get the FREE PDF & Trial Class “How to Go to the Post Office?” Learn Chinese PDF: Lesson Overview You are planning to hang out with your friends but you are all not familiar with that place. You have to discuss with them[…]

chinese folktales

Famous Chinese Myths You Must Know Part 2 – China’s Four Great Folktales

Chinese Myths You Must Know As mentioned in previous article Famous Chinese Myths You Must Know (Part 1), some of the Chinese myths have a comparative “Western version,” how the universe and men were created, scary fairy tales, and love stories. In part 2, you will know the famous and classic Chinese folktales that together,[…]

Advanced Chinese pickup lines

Advanced Chinese Pickup Lines – Video and Translation

Chinese Pickup Lines This is a video from Youtuber “Potter King” Who goes around trying some great/cheesy/terrible pickup lines on some unsuspecting bystanders. This uses advanced Chinese so we’ve translated it below with some descriptions of why it’s funny. If you can pull these off…. then your Chinese and your game is really next level. If[…]