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Andrew1556

HSK 1 Audio Track by Native Speaker

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Andrew1556

I'm bilingual in English and Chinese and I put a lot of effort into making this audio track CLEAR and ACCURATE!

 

Check it out here: https://youtu.be/p6qgZcVfPKY

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Pall

@Andrew1556

Hi,
I like your pronunciation. Could you make a video (videos) with some stories or dialogues that would include all the words of the HSK1? With subtitles in characters (listeners can look up for the pinyin themselves). Just write something on your own. 

And further could you do the same with HSK2 list, HSK3 and even HSK 4? I believe, there is a strong demand for such things, though people are not aware of their needs. 

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@Pall

 

Glad you liked it, I was planning on recording a "sample sentences" track with vocal from HSK 1, and that should be out in a couple months. I do like your idea - do you think it should be confined to HSK vocab or would you be also interested in, say, an audio track of a children's story with simple dialogue? (with subs, of course) Right now, I'm working a lot on lesson videos because I want to verbally teach Chinese too!

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Pall

@Andrew1556

Probably, it's not necessary to be tight to HSK vocabulary, since it may make the text "artificial ". However, in a series of videos it would be good to cover all the voc of the HSK1-3 at least, and may be HSK4 later, if it lasts. HSK5 list is too long, of course. 

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