It’s been pretty hard finding good resources for the new HSK test(2010 version). I decided to do something about it. I’m providing the HSK vocab lists for download in wonderful excel format. I’ve licensed it under a CC-by-sa license, so you can download it, put it in your flashcard program, print it out, sell it, whatever, as long as you mention the source: Lingomi.
I created these lists using Lingomi Lists. It was the easiest way to I could think of to create them. The automatic definition matching was ridiculously useful, saving me hours of time. Putting Lists through such a challenge also helped me decide what the next set of features will be. I recommend you register and give it a try. It’s designed to make studying and organizing vocabulary easier, and it’s completely free. Simply create a list (or upload an excel file) and start adding words. It’s that easy.
I’d be remiss to not mention Lingomi’s newest product: Tingxie, a personalized audio listening test for Mandarin Chinese. Finally you can test your listening skills on your own. Tingxie is still in it’s early days, so I’m looking for comments and suggestions. Try it out for free, or, better yet, buy it!