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Chinese Flash Cards Kit Volume 1: Characters 1-349: HSK Elementary Level (Downloadable Audio Included)
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Chinese Flash Cards Kit Volume 1: Characters 1-349: HSK Elementary Level (Downloadable Audio Included) [Format Kindle]

Philip Yungkin Lee , Jun Yang Ph.D.
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Everything you need to learn the 349 most basic Chinese characters quickly and easily is in this box - our #1 language learning kit!
  • 349 Flash Cards.
  • A Handy Organizing Ring .
  • Audio Recordings of More than 2000 words and phrases .
  • Plus a 32-page study booklet.

  • To succeed in mastering Chinese characters, there are just 3 secrets: begin with the most useful characters, study them in the most effective order, and use repetition galore!

    Flash cards remain one of the most effective tools for rapid memorization, and Tuttle's flash cards are the best available today. Whether on a train from Beijing to Shanghai or sitting under a tree in Berkeley, you can be practicing your Chinese with this well-designed, easy-to-use set of flashcards.

    Developed with HSK study and AP test-prep in mind, the front of Tuttle's Flash Cards give one Chinese character, a stroke order guide, 4 words and phrases, and look-alike alerts to help avoid confusion. On the reverse is as much information as a dictionary entry: Romanized pronunciation and English meanings, sample sentences for correct usage, plus helpful mnemonics and learning tips. An audio CD gives native-speaker pronunciations and a handy organizing ring is the perfect way to keep the cards all together when you're on the go.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Super, mais 17 janvier 2015
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Ces cartes sont vraiment bien, dommage qu'elles ne soient pas en français! Je suis satisfaite de mon choix et j'espère qu'un jour il en existera en français!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 C'est ce que je désirais 11 janvier 2015
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C'est ce que je désirais.
Le système de carte est intéressant.
Je vais maintenant m'y mettre en même temps qu'une méthode complète.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 More robust version of the great earlier addition 31 décembre 2012
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Tuttle flash cards are my favourite set because they include a translated phrase on the back. But I'd used the earlier edition of the cards so much that I had worn them out (the corners got frayed to pieces and they'd accumulated coffee stains). The content on this new edition is as good as those old set, but now it is made from tougher laminate that resists creasing and dirt & has rounded corners. That means I can review the cards for weeks & carry them around with me without expecting them to get damaged. It's clear that the set has been designed after a lot of user feedback. They even come with a ring, which is presumably intended to prevent them from getting lost. I don't use that ring because it's inconvient for flipping & re-ordering and is bulky. Still, it would be handy for some students.
The actual content of the cards is also a slight improvement from the earlier set, with a hand written type face on the back of the cards as well as the front (but it was fine in the older version too).
I've given this five star review after using the cards for about two months and suffering no loss of cards from wear. I bought the box only for the cards, and haven't investigated the CD at all. Since the highest review I can give is five I don't need to know what is on that to complete this review. I'd strongly recommend buying the cards, and a free CD comes with them.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Wish I'd bought these sooner 19 janvier 2013
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After a full semester of trying to memorize Chinese characters, making my own flashcards, using online versions, and falling farther and farther behind the rest of the class, I bought these cards. I'm finally feeling successful and catching up!

For me the critical differences are:

1. being able to rearrange the cards however I want to, which can't be done as easily with the online versions. Usually I do it randomly, but sometimes I put similar characters together . Sometimes I separate out the ones that I'm quite comfortable with. I still need to review them, but not as often. Sometimes I choose related words, or the ones from just one chapter of my book.

2. Sturdiness. My homemade cards are flimsy by comparison, and harder to flip through.

3. The additional phrases are very helpful. I've learned new words that combine known characters, and have at least a passing familiarity with many others.

4. I like the hole in the corner which permits the use of a ring. I now have the cards divided into several different sets and almost always carry a set or two with me. For convenience, I'm using rings in different colors so that I can see at a glance which set I want.

The reason I give four stars instead of five is that the cards aren't a perfect match for my textbook so I still have to make some cards on my own. For that reason, it would be great if some blank cards of matching size were included. Even so, I hope that Volume 2 will be available by the time I finish learning all of these cards.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Perfect for learning how to read and write Mandarin characters 12 mars 2013
Par S. Sandell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've been using a book to learn these which is quite helpful. The flash cards are just the thing to help with memorization. Some of the Chinese characters are, for some reason, very easy to remember after the first introduction. I'm not sure why that is, but I've had no trouble with recalling about half of them that I've been introduced to. The other half...well, that's a different story. I have to keep studying them and trying to give myself a tool to recall their meaning. What the cards do is allow me to separate out those words that I have trouble with from those I don't, so that I'm not repeating the stuff I already have down cold and do not need to review. It saves a lot of time and effort and unnecessary repetition to have these. I tried making my own flash cards, but these come with some great disks that help you to get the pronunciations right the first time. Chinese is a tonal language and sounds sing-song-y for a good reason: It is! The Pinyin (Romanized spellings) have accent marks over many of the vowels -- they are there to tell you how to pronounce the sound and there are at least five different ways to do that. My comprehensive dictionary has several pages for the spelling (without accents) "xie"--so, if you do not use the correct tonal pattern, you could be saying just the opposite of what you mean to say. Xie(4) xie means "thanks"....can you imagine how easy it would be to mess that up? The flash cards are numbered and there is a printed cross-reference so that you can find one easily enough if you want to change the order (also an easy means to make notation of such actions), and there are recorded pronunciations which are worth the cost of the box alone. The cards also give examples of the word in usage--very helpful, indeed. I would call these a "must have" if you are just starting out learning Mandarin. The first set are the more commonly used words and I would guess that they comprise about 50% of the Chinese you will need to know.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Outstanding Flash Cards 14 mai 2013
Par Perigrine Pickle - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have been taking classes in reading, writing and speaking Mandarin Chinese for several years, and I enjoy the studies. I recently discovered this Chinese flashcard set and I am really impressed with the information given on the cards. I have used flashcards in learning other languages, and find that flashcards are very helpful. This flashcard set is great.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Buy them, even if you use apps 9 septembre 2014
Par Dan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I use these Tuttle flash cards for daily study and they are unbeatable. I own volumes 1-3 and am current halfway through Volume 2.

I use an iPhone app (Sticky Study) alongside these cards, and they complement each other very well. For a while I tried using the app only, but came back to the printed cards as my primary learning tool for a few reasons:

1. Physical cards are easier to rearrange into mini-stacks, e.g., separating familiar characters from new ones, or creating "daily card stacks" for repeated learning during the day

2. These Tuttle cards have large characters which are easy to study - my online tools have too small or poorly rendered characters that are difficult for first-time study when you don't yet know the character well

3. Tuttle cards have stroke-by-stroke guide for writing the character

4. Each card has 4 well-selected words which use the character in question, and they are usually fairly common ones - my Sticky Study app features some pretty unusual character usages

5. The cards are well proof-read and I have not come across obvious printing errors (unlike my online sources which have incorrect tones etc.)

I don't personally use the included ringy-thingy as I like to frequently recombine my cards into smaller stacks and I'm afraid of breaking my card corners if I accidentally tear off the card from the ring. I have stacks of 80-100 cards in my work bag in individual Zip-Loc bags which allows me to quickly take them out and flip through them when I have a spare moment.

My only criticism is that some of the example sentences are unnecessarily advanced for HSK 1-4 students, but most of them are helpful.

Like said, I still use the Sticky Study app on the side. I use it for repetition and quizzing once I'm familiar with the characters (using paper cards for early study). The app is of course much nicer when you are traveling or on the go - I hate traveling with paper. I also like being able to hear the character pronunciation by pressing a button on the app - I have been too lazy to rip the CD that comes with the Tuttle cards, and I'm also finding that after Volume 1 you become familiar enough with pinyin that you don't really need the audio part anyway.
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