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"A2" (Elementary) is the second level, as defined by the European Common Framework, which is used on this Chinese Pronunciation Wiki. It is roughly equivalent to HSK Level 2.  For more information on the levels used here, see the [[pronunciation points by level|Pronunciation Points by Level]] page. There are {{#ask: [[Level::A2]]  | format=count }} total pronunciation points in the list below.
 
"A2" (Elementary) is the second level, as defined by the European Common Framework, which is used on this Chinese Pronunciation Wiki. It is roughly equivalent to HSK Level 2.  For more information on the levels used here, see the [[pronunciation points by level|Pronunciation Points by Level]] page. There are {{#ask: [[Level::A2]]  | format=count }} total pronunciation points in the list below.
  
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== Pinyin ==
 
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== Tones ==
 
{{Print Tone Points|A2}}
 
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== Other ==
 
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{{Print Other Points|A2}}
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:33, 16 March 2015

"A2" (Elementary) is the second level, as defined by the European Common Framework, which is used on this Chinese Pronunciation Wiki. It is roughly equivalent to HSK Level 2. For more information on the levels used here, see the Pronunciation Points by Level page. There are 3 total pronunciation points in the list below.

Pinyin

Level Pronunciation Point Summary
A2 Erhua This is the "Beijinger R sound" that gives Mandarin Chinese its pirate flavor!
A2 Pinyin spelling rules

Tones

Level Pronunciation Point Summary
A2 Tone change rules If you know all 4 tones (plus the neutral tone), then it's time to learn the three big rules about when these tones regularly change.

Other