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HSK2 Course

Who is the HSK2 course suitable for?

The HSK2 Course is suitable for students with 20 hours of Chinese learning and those interested in taking the HSK level 2 test. Upon finishing the course, your vocabulary will reach about 300 words.

What textbook is used in this course?

The textbook we will be using for this course is "Standard Course HSK 2". Throughout the course, we will study the entire book’s content, covering lessons 1-15.

Standard Course HSK 2 textbook

What will you gain from the HSK2 course?

Communication skills

At the end of the HSK2 course, you'll be able to:

  • carry out conversations in daily life about topics such as shopping and ordering
  • talk about experiences like travelling, celebrating birthdays, planning holidays
  • ask for and give permission, suggestions and comments
  • express views, needs, and wishes

Language knowledge


You will further study Pinyin based on the sound foundation laid in the HSK1 course. We'll focus on stresses in words of different numbers of syllables and the intonation of different types of Chinese sentences. You'll gradually learn the rules of the stress of words and sentences and develop a correct feel for the language.

Strokes, single-component characters and radicals

Based on the 52 single-component characters included in the HSK1 course, this course teaches 8 strokes, 14 single-component characters, and 30 radicals. All the radicals and characters are included in this course based on their frequency of usage and character-forming ability. After completing this course, you'll be able to read and recognize the words included in the HSK level 2 test.


You will further study Chinese grammar. You'll understand the sentence components of Chinese sentences like subject, object, and predicate. You'll also learn about different types of Chinese sentences like declarative sentences, yes-no questions, specific questions, and affirmative-negative questions.


Culture experience

Drung this course, you will:

  • gain cultural knowledge about Chinese life, such as table manners and tea culture
  • experience some Chinese traditional festival culture such as the custom of Chinese New Year
  • understand the cultural knowledge contained in radicals and Chinese characters

How to enrol on the HSK2 course?

Please complete the Chinese Language Evening Classes registration form.

How to pay for this course?

To secure your place on the course, please follow the HSK2 course payment link Payment is required to confirm your enrolment on this course.

We look forward to seeing you in class soon.