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General Chinese (Beginner Level)

eChineseLearning provides a huge number of Chinese resources for Chinese language learners. The materials in this section are designed to teach Chinese to non-native Chinese learners of various skill levels. These basic Chinese language materials are edited by eChineseLearning's professional teaching staff. And best of all, they are totally FREE! If you are interested in learning Chinese, the basic Chinese language resources in this section will be of a great use to you!

Vanna from Sydney recently told us that it was a good break since kids are no longer engaged in online model at home. After many countries removed their restrictions, parents and children have returned to work and school, yet it noticeably has taken everyone some extra effort to become readjusted. Parents have noted resistance from ...


Can you rearrange the words below to form correct sentences?
This is a good way to enhance your Chinese language ability.

Let’s give it a try!

Past Exam Question Practice

  fēi chánɡ      hé       tánɡ        tián       nà
1. A. 非 常      B. 盒 ...


China is well known for having what seems like innumerable holidays and festivals because of its rich and long history. We have another one for you to learn about, but this one is much more recent. On April 20, 2010, UNESCO (a United Nations agency) established Chinese Language Day to commemorate Chinese as one of ...


It’s not uncommon to ponder the differences between the school systems in the West and China when both parts of the world have their own specialties and struggles. For instance, China has a reputation for churning out math whizzes in schools while the West is known for promoting critical thinking skills. So are the education ...


Today is Tomb-Sweeping Day, a traditional Chinese festival that has moments of solemnity during tomb-sweeping and ancestor worship, yet it is a joyful occasion for parents and children as they can get close to nature amongst the greenery and enjoy spring together. Tomb-Sweeping Day falls around April 5th of the Gregorian calendar. This time of ...


Kids like to be involved in traditions, routines, and ceremonies that they see their parents participate in so when we realized how much our children enjoy this particular activity, we just had to share. In Chinese culture tea plays a significant role in everyday life. One small aspect of preparing tea is to pour a ...


During the process of your child learning Chinese, do you have struggles such as: your child finds it so boring to learn Chinese in a regular way and tries to quit the lesson halfway through? Are there conflicts and misunderstandings between the two of you when you ask your child to learn Chinese? These difficulties ...


There are many strategies for children to learn Chinese words: singing simple songs, watching cartoons that use simple phrases, or working Chinese into other activities to pick things up more passively. However, sometimes it helps to group information together and learn in context, whether based on usage, meaning, or something else. Today, we’re going ...


Imagine thousands of lanterns lining the streets on a beautifully illuminated night, strung from homes and shops, hotels and businesses, marketplaces and schools which set the stage for the processions and spectacular shows that will soon conclude the celebrations of the Spring Festival.
Since the “元宵节 (yuán xiāo jié) Lantern Festival” is several days after the ...


Being able to generate correct sentences is an important step in learning a language. However, language proficiency is really tested when one is asked to identify errors or construct a phrase from its component parts. These kinds of questions are necessary when preparing for the Youth Chinese Test (YCT), so let’s give some a try!
Form ...


In China, sharing a bowl of Laba congee with family and friends is a time-honored practice that also warms up a cold day and empty stomach. It is also a prelude to the Chinese New Year. The Laba Festival is an ancient Chinese folk festival with a lot of knowledge passed down from generation to ...


Tongue twisters are a kind of language art, an art which can greatly help develop children’s language and thinking!
Tongue twisters also give children the chance to exercise their eloquence, memory, and reaction abilities. Not only are tongue twisters different than how many students are used to learning, but they also allow children to relax and ...


Childhood is a magical time. For the child, everything they see and do is a new experience in one way or another, a chance to interact with and learn from the world in a different way. As parents, we marvel at how our children seem to change and grow from one day to the next, ...


Children usually start to imitate the behavior of adults when they are around two years old. For example, if you do housework, they also like to lend a helping hand. At this stage, letting children learn to do housework is an excellent time to guide children to use their brains. This has the potential to ...


Being able to generate correct sentences is an important step in learning a language. However, language proficiency is really tested when one is asked to identify errors or construct a phrase from its component parts. These kinds of questions are necessary when preparing for the Youth Chinese Test (YCT), so let’s give some a try!
Form ...


Within the last few years the Thanksgiving holiday has begun to see a shift in how it’s celebrated and some families are opting to no celebrate the day at all in light of its harrowing history. In that case, it’s appropriate to focus on the gratitude portion of the holiday. Gratitude is an important concept ...


The best education is one that is not preachy, and the most beneficial education is one that is practiced. There are many simple and practical activities to teach Chinese. We share some of these activities to engage your children in Chinese learning. It’s worth trying!

Chinese games:

1. 1,2,3 Wooden Man
Recently, the TV series “Squid Game” has ...


Many students preparing for Chinese proficiency exams do fill-in-the-blank questions over and over, because they’re finished quickly and often straightforward. However, there’s a lot of value in practicing sentence formation, because a) it tests your knowledge of word order and function in making sentences, and b) it solidifies grammatical concepts you may not be so ...


Have you ever thought about this question? “My child has just started learning Chinese, how should I help my child enjoy the process while learning Chinese well?”

Here is a summary of some Chinese learning experiences and lessons that are recommended to read to accompany your child on this path of learning Chinese smoothly while ...


It’s time again for Halloween!
While these last couple years have seemed different for many people, it’s looking like October 31st may actually have kids in costume going door to door collecting snacks and candy from generous neighbors. Halloween is notorious for being a kid favorite—who doesn’t love dressing up and getting handfuls of sugar handed ...


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