We proof read our teaching materials many times and really try to make sure there is nothing wrong before using them, however sometime there are still some mistakes (especially English language) around.
If you see anything that’s wrong or you think could or should be improved, please let us know here.
Oh, I “feared” this topic will come up at some time. This is my “speciality”. I can’t help seeing other’s typos. (I regularly overlook only my own… )
I start with: HSK2 This T-Shirt is too small
P.4 Wrong tones for 漂亮
P.10 Wrong characters in the blue box for Practise 练习.
P.12/2. Wrong Pinyin for 在。
P. 14 Full stop and new sentence for “They spend…”, and a missing space between every and day.
(Edited my English - e.g. mixed up overlook and oversee )
HSK1 Review 26 to 29
Page 5 and 7:
这里，missing 3rd tone on li (if necessary, I’m not sure)
In the speech bubble: I would start “any” with a capital A, and I think it should read “between” instead of "with.
Bottom line: It should read “They are the same!”
HSK2 Have You Ever Been to Shanghai
Page 4: I would write “the” instead of “The” for the Forbidden City. For non-English people it is nice to know whether the article belongs to the name.
The same with
Page 5: small the for the Bund
Page 6: the Terracotta Warriors, warriors are spelled with an a, but I think they are called the Terracotta Army in English really.
Page 8: it’s no sentence, it’s no topic, so, climbing with a small c, and no full stop at the end.
Page 10: small letters for high speed train, next time
Page 12: Missing spaces after , and . in the first explanation sentence. The second sentence is not a complete sentence: My suggestion:
“还” or “也” follows in the latter part of the sentence.
Page 18: I would correct it like that:
Cute: The original meaning is ‘to heal’. …something being cute or heart-warming.
The English title is wrong, I think it should be “Take a taxi”
Page2: Suggestion: Learn how to express “already”.
Page3: For discussion: 打车 is “to take/ to get a taxi”，at least with the “a”. Maybe only “to get a taxi” to make some difference to 坐出租车。
Page6: Put the following words into the correct order
Page9: after/afterwards (a slash looks nicer)
Page:11: Skip the “to” - Answer the following questions…
Page12: The English has not the usual bold font.
Page13: I’m missing the beautiful Chinese 。。full stops.
The audio file of HSK2, lesson 54 has a wrong number, it is really lesson 54, and HSK2:
This audio file is really lesson 44 in HSK1:
this one is really HSK2, and lesson 53:
it is both really HSK1, lesson 41
it is really both HSK1, lesson 42
I think you have changed a lot of lesson names, and forgot to check the audios.
For me it is quicker to look for the numbers and having them downloaded I like to have them in the right order of course.