Elementary Chinese Comprehension Online Classroom

Still worrying about not knowing where to start learning Chinese? Can't improve your Chinese because of a poor foundation? This course provides you with all the knowledge of Chinese characters, vocabulary, grammar and culture you need in learning Chinese. This course will lay you a solid Chinese learning foundation, and will guide you to systematically understand the language. Within 41 hours, you can quickly escalate from a beginner into an expert.

Elementary Chinese Comprehension Online Classroom
Course Information


• Comply with HSK Level 1 examination syllabus and inspection standards

• Track learning in groups and stage tests for supervising learning progress

• Teaching by professional native Chinese teachers

• After the live broadcast course is over, the course can be replayed, which is very convenient for review

• Comprehensive improvement in listening, speaking, reading and writing

What you will learn

√ 150+ HSK first-level core vocabulary, 50+ classic sentence patterns, 52 key Chinese characters

√ Easily deal with 30 must-see communication scenes in Chinese life, and learn 100+ expressions that Chinese love to say

√ Chinese native pronunciation

√ Cultivate an excellent sense of language

√ Adapt to HSK test questions

√ Can pass the HSK Level 1 test


• Elementary Chinese learners

• Learners who need to prepare for the HSK 1


• HSK Level 1 is the first of the six courses in the HSK series. It is the most authoritative Chinese language learning course. Through systematic learning of vocabulary/grammar/sentence structure, it lays a solid foundation for Chinese learning and provides advanced learning. Be well prepared. This course uses English as the medium language. You can participate in the study as long as you can understand simple English.


• No requirements


Have you ever encountered these problems?

• You want to learn Chinese, but I don’t know how to start

• You want to comprehensively develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills, but just can’t find a suitable textbook

• You’ve learned little Chinese, but not good enough in grammar and vocabulary

• Your previous class format was too rigid and boring, and it has affected your enthusiasm for learning

HSK Frequently Asked Questions

What is the HSK test?

The HSK stands for Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi. This is an international standardized test that assesses the Chinese ability of non-native Chinese speakers. The HSK is divided into 6 levels, which determine the fluency of learners in daily, academic or professional application of Chinese.

Which level of the HSK test should I take?

Under normal circumstances, if you have no goal or goals, we suggest you to pass the HSK 4 as your goal. HSK 1 and HSK 2 are based on survival Chinese; HSK 3 and HSK 4 focus on topics related to work, life and learning; HSK 5 and HSK 6 focus on news, movies, and work-related topics. Most Chinese universities and companies require foreign students and employees to achieve at least the HSK 4.

Reason to learn HSK

• It’s a language being spoken by 1.5 billion people

• An essential language of the world’s 2nd largest economy

• The most authentically integrated learning course for listening, speaking, reading and writing

• Representative of Chinese listening, speaking, reading and writing skills

• Gain wide international recognition for further studies and employment

• Gradually reach a native Chinese proficiency




Class information

To be started HSK1001班

It is estimated that full 50 people will start classes, and the remaining places:2
Lesson Schedule Based on your time zone: UTC+8
  • Unit 1 ① All you need to know about Chinese pronunciation ② Useful greetings and responses
    Class Time: To be determined
  • Unit 2 ① How to introduce yourself ② Talking about nationalities
    Class Time: To be determined
  • Unit 3 ① How to say numbers 1-100 ② Money and buying
    Class Time: To be determined
  • Unit 4 ① Expressing a learned skill ② Asking “how to do something”
    Class Time: To be determined
  • Unit 5 ① Structure of dates ② Structure of days of the week ③ Expressing “to go somewhere to do something”
    Class Time: To be determined
  • Unit 6 ① Expressing “would like to” ② Asking “how much” and “how many” ③ Expressing existence in a place
    Class Time: To be determined
  • Unit 7 ① Expressing possession and existence ② Expressing permission
    Class Time: To be determined
  • Unit 8 ① Telling the time ② Talking about the weather
    Class Time: To be determined
  • Unit 9 ① Expressing action in progress ② Making a phone call
    Class Time: To be determined
  • Unit 10 ① Shopping ② Talking about transportations
    Class Time: To be determined