These flashcards contain Chinese/English sentence and pinyin.
It's been said that it's best to study a language using sentence flashcards,
instead of individual words, but it can be difficult to find good sets of
entire sentences with tranlsations and pronunciations... so I built this set.
The pinyin may have some errors. It was generated programatically by searching
the CEDICT dictioanry.
These flashcards come from the lessons in the New Practical Chinese Reader. They include simplified and traditional characters. I'm very interested in your input, including errors/typos you may find. Textbooks 1-4 are here.
These flashcards come from the lessons in the Practical Chinese Reader. They include simplified and traditional characters. I'm very interested in your input, including errors/typos you may find. Textbooks 1-3 are here.
These flashcards contain the shapes used in Cangjie IME (input method editor) and the corresponding letters that they correspond to.
Cangjie is an IME that could have several advantages of pinyin input if you can learn the system. One of the advantages, for English speakers, is that you don't need to know how to pronounce a character to input it. Another is that you will not generally have to select characters from an alternatives list as you type, makin svg typing faster.
The Hanzi learned by Chinese pupils; divided according to school years 1-6
SY1aH: school year 1 part 1 Hanzi (for learning to read)
SY1bPY: school year 1 part 2 PinYin (for learning to write)
This is a flashcard set for all 214 radicals of Sino-Japanese script, as described in classic Chinese Kangxi dictionary (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kangxi_Dictionary).
Primary intent behind this pack is to help people learn Japanese Kanji/Chinese characters, by allowing them to visually decompose each character into its constituent radicals, and thus memorize characters not by strokes, but by big and meaningful stroke groups, which eases the task immensely.
All characters are presented in falling statistical order with the most commonly used characters first.