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Primary school students use 2 text books per year. Each book is broken down into individual lessons and there is usually about 4 - 8 characters to be learnt for each lesson. At the back of each book it lists all the characters in order from each lesson which are the required characters to be learnt for that half year. The set of high school (secondary) ...


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I suggest you use an online dictionary similar to this site: http://www.mdbg.net/chindict/chindict.php?page=worddict&wdrst=0&wdqb=shishi The linked site above allows you to hear the pronunciation (click on the arrows), however I suggest you copy and paste two characters into Google translate which has the audio and it pronounces it as a set phrase ...


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I think a close search of the SE site is what's called for here. Doing so I was able to find a link to Yellowbridge.com and it's memory game (an alternative to flash cards). http://www.yellowbridge.com/chinese/mtch-options.php?deck=ic-1-1. There are other websites like http://lingomi.com and http://zhongwen.com that may prove useful. Chinesetools.com is ...


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You can take a look at : http://lope.linguistics.ntu.edu.tw/cwn/


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Here it is: Hownet. The website is mostly in Chinese. There does not seem to have an on-line version. I didn't try to download the whole program (database).


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CWN: Chinese Wordnet The National Taiwan University is working on the CWN (Chinese Wordnet or 中文詞彙網路). The project seems to have started back in 2003. Online dictionary They provide an online dictionary for English←→Chinese (雙語詞網自動翻譯). Database If you want to works with their data, you can download the CWN DataBase as a SQLite file from the official ...


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In China, in different areas or different years, they use many different books. But generally, primary school student's words should be very simple or commonly used. If you Google '小学生字表', you will get many results with the sort of information that you are looking for.


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Here are some exmaples: shi jian 尸检 shi1 jian3 时间 shi2 jian1 实践 shi2 jian4 使剑 shi3 jian4 世间 shi4 jian1 事件 shi4 jian4 试建 shi4 jian4 shi shi 失实 shi1 shi2 失事 shi1 shi4 实施 shi2 shi1 时时 shi2 shi2 时事 shi2 shi4 实事 shi2 shi4 十世 shi2 shi4 史实 shi3 shi2 史事 shi3 shi4 誓师 shi4 shi1 事实 shi4 shi2 事事 shi4 shi4 逝世 shi4 shi4 yi yi 一亿 yi2 yi4 疑义 yi2 yi4 意义 yi4 hi4 异议 ...


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For surnames, there are many, and you can refer to the 《百家姓》。 this link may help:http://baijiaxing.51240.com/ Most surnames(姓) are one character(单姓). some surnames are two characters, and are called 复姓。 There are no stationary forenames. But in Chinese tradition (although many Chinese ignore this tradition to make distinctive names), the first character ...


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Here is a complete list of all administrative divisions in China (from province to village) from National Bureau of Statistics of China: http://www.stats.gov.cn/tjsj/tjbz/tjyqhdmhcxhfdm/2013/index.html Unfortunately, I can't find official website about other alternative names of them, but there are several useful sites: http://www.xzqh.org.cn/ (by ...


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Here's the ultimate one for you. 92-character poem by Zhao Yuanren (赵元任) 《施氏食狮史》 石室诗士施氏,嗜狮,誓食十狮。 氏时时适市视狮。 十时,适十狮适市。 是时,适施氏适市。 氏视是十狮,恃矢势,使是十狮逝世。 氏拾是十狮尸,适石室。 石室湿,氏使侍拭石室。 石室拭,氏始试食是十狮。 食时,始识是十狮尸,实十石狮尸。 试释是事。 « Shī Shì shí shī shǐ » Shíshì shīshì Shī Shì, shì shī, shì shí shí shī. Shì shíshí shì shì shì shī. Shí shí, shì shí shī shì shì. Shì shí, shì Shī Shì ...


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According to Modern Chinese Dictionary(5th), there are 3400 separable words in chinese. You sure you want to get a list of them? See the definition from Chinese wiki reference: http://baike.baidu.com/view/165257


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Skritter Learn vocab and hand writing at the same time, while keeping track of your vocabulary.


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If you only want verb usage, guess you've got to tag it for your linguistic research by yourself. Try these: 汉语动词用法词典 现代汉语实词搭配词典 Introduction and comparison between the above two dictionaries.


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I received (and sent) several of these messages. I copied down some phrases to use later: 祝您事业兴旺! = May your career be prosperous! 祝您福寿绵长! = I wish you a long & happy life! 祝您龙年大吉! = I wish you a very lucky Dragon Year! 祝您万事如意! = May everything be exactly as you wish it to be! From what I can tell, Chinese often string many ...



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