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ChineseCUBES

ChineseCUBES

Rating ★★★☆☆ What’s New Lilly has found a new interesting Chinese learning app coming out, called ChineseCUBES.  It is designed like cubes.  Click on the cubes you’ll get to know the knowledge of each Chinese words.  Start from the food, ChineseCUBES teaches you how to construct those daily words into a sentence.   What’s Good … Continue reading

Tone Exercise – 西游汉语乐园

Tone Exercise – 西游汉语乐园

What’s New Here is a new app recommended for you to practice the Chinese tones.  Tone exercise is a game-like Chinese tone practicing app with cute cartoon features.  By listening to different tones and passing them one by one, you may gradually be able to differenciate each tone. What’s Good It’s good to have lots … Continue reading

Foreigner Chinese HD

Foreigner Chinese HD

What’s New: Take a look at this new app which impresses me a lot!  It is an app using pictographic logic for Chinese beginners to catch the idea of word formation.  Characters introduced in Foreigner Chinese HD are simplified Chinese.  They may not follow the Chinese etymology, still, the whole idea of introducing the characters … Continue reading

Learn Chinese with CultureAlley

Learn Chinese with CultureAlley

What’s New: What other good way can you think of in learning Chinese?  I agree with CultureAlley that mastering the concept of a language is more important and easy to pick up the language than simply remembering the words. Lilly’s Favorite It teaches us the basic concepts, grammars and useful conversations of Mandarin Chinese with … Continue reading

Pinyin Guide – Chinawalker.com

Pinyin Guide – Chinawalker.com

What’s New: Try this method of teaching students Chinese pinyin in English phonics! Published by Chinawalker.com, the new app Pinyin Guide is aimed to provide a tutor guidance with pronunciation rules and examples. Lilly’s Favorite It could be a useful way to teach Pinyin to English speakers in accordance with English pronunciation system. The phonics … Continue reading

TicTic: Learn Chinese

TicTic: Learn Chinese

What’s New: Let’s learn Chinese words with interactive 3D animation!  Lilly has found this charming app which is suitable for children or beginners to learn Chinese words delightfully.  There are 23 categories of words in traditional and simplified Chinese.  You’ll find it interesting as I do to learn Chinese words while watching the animation. Lilly’s … Continue reading

New HSK – All levels

New HSK – All levels

What’s New: Students preparing for Hànyǔ Shuǐpíng Kǎoshì (Mandarin proficiency test) now check this! It provides test takers with bundles of words and phrases with pinyin, English translation and audio pronunciations at different levels.  You could use this app as memory cards to test yourself anywhere anytime.  Wish you hit a homerun at your HSK … Continue reading

Lucky Grasshopper Chinese Flash Cards

Lucky Grasshopper Chinese Flash Cards

Ready to take on a journey with Lucky Grasshopper and meet animals?  Lucky Grasshopper Chinese Flash Cards would like to introduce you the Chinese names of cute animals.  Featuring the animal flash cards with vivid animations, users may find it interesting to learn Chinese with this app. What’s Good The Chinese flash cards are shown … Continue reading

Art of Chinese Characters 2

Art of Chinese Characters 2

Lilly says, The most cultural and educational Chinese characters learning app – Art of Chinese Characters 2 is now released!  Featured by its exquisite pictograph paintings and the step-by-step Chinese characters learning, this time Art of Chinese Characters 2 is going to take us to explore more fields of Chinese culture as well as to … Continue reading

Learn Chinese (Mandarin) – MindSnacks

Learn Chinese (Mandarin) – MindSnacks

Introduction MindSnacks’ Mandarin app is one of the hottest apps in Chinese learning field.  Using fun and challenging games to learn Chinese in different levels from simple vocabularies to daily conversations, this app appeals to Chinese learners of all ages who like to learn a language while playing games.  If your Chinese is proficient enough, … Continue reading