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"B2" (Upper Intermediate) is the fourth level, as defined by the European Common Framework, which is used on this Chinese Pronunciation Wiki. It is roughly equivalent to HSK Level 4.  For more information on the levels used here, see the [[Pronunciation Points by Level]] page. There are {{#ask: [[Level::B2]]  | format=count }} total pronunciation points in the list below.
 
"B2" (Upper Intermediate) is the fourth level, as defined by the European Common Framework, which is used on this Chinese Pronunciation Wiki. It is roughly equivalent to HSK Level 4.  For more information on the levels used here, see the [[Pronunciation Points by Level]] page. There are {{#ask: [[Level::B2]]  | format=count }} total pronunciation points in the list below.
  
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== Tones ==
 
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Latest revision as of 23:35, 16 March 2015

"B2" (Upper Intermediate) is the fourth level, as defined by the European Common Framework, which is used on this Chinese Pronunciation Wiki. It is roughly equivalent to HSK Level 4. For more information on the levels used here, see the Pronunciation Points by Level page. There are 2 total pronunciation points in the list below.

Pinyin

Tones

Level Pronunciation Point Summary
B2 Pronunciation variant What happens when a word has a certain pinyin reading in the dictionary, but is often pronounced differently by native speakers? It ends up on this list!
B2 Advanced tone change rules Although you probably know the three main tone change rules, there are a few more obscure ones that more advanced learners may want to tackle.

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