Our experienced teachers are assigned to help students improve the listening, reading, writing and speaking abilities needed to take the test. After completing our course, you will master not only the content of HSK examination, but also test-taking skills. General Information of HSK
The Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK-- China's Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi,) is a national standardized test to assess the Chinese language proficiency of non-native speakers, including foreigners, overseas Chinese and students of Chinese national minorities. The test was designed by Beijing Language and Culture University in 1984 and passed the appraisal by experts in 1990. By December 2005, HSK had been taken by about a million examinees from more than 120 countries, including students from Chinese ethnic minorities. HSK includes two levels, i.e. the Elementary-Intermediate Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK Elementary-Intermediate) and the Advanced Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK Advanced). HSK is held regularly in China and other countries each year. The Certificate of HSK is issued to those who have secured the required scores. HSK is applied to those who are at the elementary and intermediate level in Chinese proficiency, i.e., who have taken 400-2000 regular hours of modern Chinese courses ,including those whose proficiency in Chinese is similar to that standard. The Advanced HSK is designed to measure the Chinese proficiency of those who are proficient in Chinese, i.e. who have taken 3000 regular hours or more modern Chinese courses ,including those whose proficiency in Chinese is similar to that standard. Applicants who are interested in taking HSK shall make sure the test is applicable to them. HSK and the issuing of HSK certificates are supervised by the State Commission of Chinese Proficiency Test under the Ministry of Education in China. HSK Function
As a basis for the employers to evaluate the Chinese proficiency of their employees, the HSK Certificate certifies that the holder has obtained the required Chinese Proficiency to enter a college or university as an undergraduate or graduate student. It can also certify that the holder can be exempt from studying Chinese courses depending on the level of certification.
This course is designed for those who do not have Chinese base and cannot recognize pinyin or Chinese characters 1: our focuses are: creating an environment in which you can communicate with native speakers, teaching pinyin and helping you be able to have basic conversations in Chinese. 2. The objective of Zero-based course Mastering pinyin, about 200 words and 50 sentence patterns, recognizing pinyin correctly and being familiar with tones---Being able to make daily conversations with Chinese native speakers, such as greetings and self-introduction.
This course is designed for those who can only use single words to answer questions but cannot organize correct Chinese phrases 1:our focuses are: mastering Chinese pronunciation, tones and rhythm having basic vocabulary and organizing them to have daily conversations 2: The objective of elementary course Mastering about 1000 words, 200 sentence patterns and recognizing frequently used characters. This course includes over 3,000 commonly used sentences - Being able to travel comfortably and understand and communicate easily in China, such as greetings, social introductions, asking directions, ordering food, bargaining
1: Topics concerning the overseas experience in China, whether it be living in, working in or sightseeing in China
2: Chinese customs and cultures
3. The objective of the Intermediate Level:
Mastering over 1800 words and 260 sentence patterns- Being able to debate an issue- Communicate confidently with native speakers in everyday situations
1: Mastering at least 3500 commonly-used Chinese characters.
2: Being able to express your views under complicated and interactive circumstances.
3: Being able to carry out daily conversations in an easy way, with correct grammar and syntax in long and complicated sentences.
4: Being able to grab the basic meanings when it comes to the fields or relatively complicated topics that you are unfamiliar with, for which you might not be able to join the debate actively.
5: Being able to carry out complicated activities such as giving speeches in Chinese, writing formal letters and doing business activities in China, etc.
Business Chinese aims at enriching your background knowledge about doing business in China and improving your Chinese proficiency in business activities. Commonly-used business Chinese vocabulary, special sentence structures, terms in specific fields, oral business Chinese and reading skills are included in this course, thus laying a solid foundation for your later business activities here in China.
1. Mastering the basic pronunciation, grammar and commonly-used sentence structures;
2. Building up an elementary foundation of business vocabulary;
3. Learning the basic terminologies and expressions for business use;
4. Gaining a basic knowledge about Chinese business culture.
1. Mastering around 500 Chinese business vocabulary and phrases;
2. Reaching the intermediate level of business Chinese;
3. Being able to join business talks with familiar topics;
4. Having a brief Understanding about the current business environment in China