Chinese Learning Path

From zero to mastery in 8,800 hours

Beginner (HSK 1*) level

Time estimate: 140 hours

Activity: Take (or continue to take) the online course:

Beginner (HSK 2*) level

Time estimate: 140 hours

Activity: Take (or continue to take) the online course:

Activity: Watch lots of videos in Chinese and study the subtitles with the help of our video transcript study tool.

Beginner (HSK 3*) level

Time estimate: 280 hours

Activity: Take (or continue to take) the online course:

Activity: Watch lots of videos in Chinese and study the subtitles with the help of our video transcript study tool.

Intermediate (HSK 4*) level

Time estimate: 550 hours

Activity: Take (or continue to take) the online course:

Activity: Watch lots of videos in Chinese and study the subtitles with the help of our video transcript study tool.

Activity: Read books and text in Chinese with the help of our popup dictionary.

Intermediate (HSK 5*) level

Time estimate: 1100 hours

Activity: Take (or continue to take) the online course:

Activity: Take (or continue to take) the online course:

Activity: Watch lots of videos in Chinese and study the subtitles with the help of our video transcript study tool.

Activity: Read books and text in Chinese with the help of our popup dictionary.

Advanced (HSK 6*) level

Time estimate: 2200 hours

Activity: Take (or continue to take) the online course:

Activity: Take (or continue to take) the online course:

Activity: Watch lots of videos in Chinese and study the subtitles with the help of our video transcript study tool.

Activity: Read books and text in Chinese with the help of our popup dictionary.

Advanced (C2*) level

Time estimate: 4400 hours

Activity: Watch lots of videos in Chinese and study the subtitles with the help of our video transcript study tool.

Activity: Read books and text in Chinese with the help of our popup dictionary.

Activity: Practice conversation through online language exchanges with the help of our Tutoring Kit

* HSK stands for

(Chinese Proficiency Test). HSK 1, 2, 3 ... 6 refer to the levels of the test, level 6 being the highest. * A1, A2, B1 ... C2 refer to language proficiency levels according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) .