跟南非人一起学习中文 How I learn Chinese vocabulary 📚 #StudyWithMe

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  • Published on:  1/13/2019
  • Hello friends! A highly requested video is finally up! 💕I'm using an HSK vocabulary book, but you can use any resource like a novel, an article, a textbook or even a TV show to find new words. I color code my notes and color code the tones so I can associate a tone with a color. In one notebook, I list the Chinese characters in black, the pinyin pronunciation in orange, and the Korean or English meaning in black. The circle with a number in it indicates which HSK level the vocab word is for. Example sentences are written in red, and when I need to, I'll rewrite the characters as much as I can until I memorize it. Then I transfer the words without pinin to a separate notebook and only write the meaning. I then underline the characters with a color according to its tone.PS: Some of you may notice my vocab is in simplified and one of my example sentences in traditional. I use both!🇨🇳 Learn Chinese in China! Use my discount code "LindieBotes" to get a 200 RMB discount on tuition! 🇨🇳 https://www.omeidachinese.com/?utm_so... -------♡ FOLLOW ME → 💕Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindiebotes/→ 🌸Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lindiebotesv...→ 💻Website, language resources & blog http://lindiebotes.com/→ ✏️Tumblr: http://rinkodesu.tumblr.com/→ 🐦Twitter: https://twitter.com/lindiebee--------♡ SUPPORT ME→ ✏️ Contribute subtitles to my videos: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_p...→ ☕ If you enjoy my content, please consider supporting me on Ko-Fi: http://ko-fi.com/lindiebotes--------♡ GOODIES→ ⭐Custom-designed language merchandise http://society6.com/lindiebotes→ 📐Design portfolio http://behance.net/lindiebee→ ✏️Design blog http://lindiebotes.tumblr.com→ 📔100 Most Common Afrikaans words free eBook https://payhip.com/b/uev8→ 🎵 My Spotify https://open.spotify.com/user/31eptmd...--------♡ DISCOUNTS→ 🇨🇳Learn Chinese in China! Use my discount code "LindieBotes" to get a 200 RMB discount on tuition! https://www.omeidachinese.com/?utm_so... → ♻️Go plastic free with beautiful cutlery and straws from Koshin Products. Get 10% of all products sitewide using the code ECOLINDIE at checkout! https://koshinproducts.com/→ 📚Get $10 italki credits on your first language lesson! https://go.italki.com/LindieBotes--------♡ PLAYLISTS→ Languages https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...→ Korean https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...→ Japanese https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...→ Study & Plan With Me https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...→ Learn Afrikaans on my second channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIed...--------♡ ABOUT MEHi! I'm Lindie. I was born in South Africa and grew up in France, Pakistan, the UAE and Japan. Now I live and work as a designer in Singapore. Here you'll find language learning tips, my experience learning certain languages, and some vlogs. I hope to share my passion for languages with you in a way that inspires you to keep going and reach your goals! I'm also a follower of Jesus and strive to shine His light and give credit to Him in all I do. As much as I love reading your comments and messages on social media, sometimes I cannot reply to them all. Please be patient in waiting for a response but do know I read everything! (Haterz, I see you too lol)--------♡ PRPlease use the email link in my about page to contact me about partnerships, reviews and collabs. I am honest about my brand partnerships and choose only to work with companies that will provide a product beneficial to my viewers.
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  • Leaf Dragon 5 months ago

    Agreed. The best study methods are what works best for each individual.

  • Cian Ciaaan 5 months ago

    when you're such a language badass that you're learning Chinese using Korean which is both not your native language. sooo coooool. 😳

  • rose cs 1 months ago

    @icant smile - lmao she isn’t even a kpop fan, how is she a koreaboo? Just learning Korean doesn’t make you a koreaboo, Korea is made of other things not just bloody kpop or whatever. Smh.

  • park eggyeolk 2 months ago

    @Alex Krause german's a really cool language! don't give up on it

  • Jazreel Lim 4 months ago

    Native chinese speaker here, you're doing amazing! However take note that traditional chinese (used only in Taiwan and Hongkong) is different from simplified chinese (used in China and the rest of the world). You're studying simplified chinese but your example sentence for 安排 is in traditional chinese. In simplified chinese it should be written as: 他父母给他安排一个工作. Do also take note of the strokes and the way a word is written, be careful to follow each stroke in the correct order. Other than that, you're ...

  • Kim Namj0on 3 months ago

    I’m Chinese too :)

  • Britany Castillo 3 months ago

    @Linea Fuglsig it's kind of like when ESL students start their "o" at the bottom and the end result looks like an "e" instead. I know it's an "o", but as their teacher I must mark it wrong because it looks like a completely different letter.Odd thing is, I live in Taiwan and in Chinese you start at the top and go left to right, so I can't understand why so many students start their "o" and "f" at the bottom left!!

  • Richard Nguy 5 months ago

    I'm not a native Chinese speaker, but it sounds like you're so much more comfortable speaking Chinese now when compared to your other recent Chinese videos. I'm so impressed and am in awe😱😩

  • Lindie Botes 5 months ago

    Thank you so much! I've been practicing my speaking a lot recently and although I am far from fluent, I'm so glad you can hear a bit of a difference! That means a lot!

  • Sofija L. 5 months ago

    I just recently got my HSK3 results, I got 300/300!! It's really not that difficult, I believe you can pass it easily as well. It's quite simple honestly, as long as you focus on the key words of each listening and reading exercise. The writing is soooo simple as well. It only requires you to know some simple hanzi that are not even a part of the vocabulary for HSK3 (it's mostly from HSK1) as well as some easy sentence structures. I do believe, however, that the test is not a good way to determine the...

  • Alex Jonathan 3 months ago

    I got 293 T_T

  • طالب رضاك 3 months ago

    Please I need help . thanks

  • Marielly 5 months ago

    your channel is so useful

  • K-Pop Lover 5 months ago

    I’m not even learning Chinese, but I love your videos so much!!!! I’m learning Korean, but I love mandarin so much as well!

  • Eternitae 0_0 2 months ago

    Sherry Pillajo Rocano please don’t let that get in the way of what you want to do. If you’re not a koreaboo then it shouldn’t be a problem. It’s sad how people feel scared to learn korean for this reason.

  • Sherry Pillajo Rocano 3 months ago

    I want to learn Korean as well but don't wanna seem a koreanboo

  • Raszka 5 months ago

    Ahhh, I always was so jealous of Korean/Japanese learners, because every time you talked in Korean/Japanese they could understand something, and because I'm not studying nor Japanese nor Korean I couldn't :c But as a proud 汉语学生, I finally know what you're saying, 哈哈哈You're sounding more and more confident in your Chinese ^^And one thing- I can be wrong, because I'm studying more northern-like Mandarin, and generally I'm focusing more on Mainland speech- but I remember I once heard that while HSK is ...

  • 2019 will be my year of studying chinese!

  • -darkyun 3 months ago

    Me in 2018, and it's 2019 and the best sentence I could say is introduction

  • Sarah Chemutai 4 months ago

    Even me,iam planning to join.

  • Omg watching you write was sooooo satisfying

  • Thami Stoppelli 3 months ago

    riiiiight!! same lol I really admire and look up to Lindie <3