The Sentence MINE

By electricanki
Tags: pinyin, sentences, mine, language, polyglot, cloze, Chinese, German, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, Mandarin, traditional, simplified

The Sentence MINE is a deck containing over 1,400,000 sentences translated equally between German, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Chinese Mandarin. For Chinese Mandarin, the MINE contains both the simplified and traditional script as well as pinyin.

With over 200,000 sentences for each language this deck can save time looking for sentences when sentence mining. When you’ve finished with one language you can learn another using the languages you’ve already mastered.

This deck also contains instructions on how to set up the MINE; how to sentence mine, and how to use this deck in conjunction with other materials.

This deck is a work in progress. Cards are constantly being modified. Every month the deck will be uploaded with modified sentences. Users will be eligible for a free download.

Suggested modifications to the deck can be posted at the reddit group THE_SENTENCE_MINE please include the “noteid” if seeking a change to the sentence.


!!! SAMPLE !!!

A sample of the deck is available for free here!

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Integrated Chinese Level 1 Part 1

By samm81
Tags: textbook, chinese

Flaschards for Cheng & Tsui’s Integrated Chinese Level 1 Part 1.

Contents:

  • All vocabulary from Lesson 1 through Lesson 10, including the “How About You?” boxes and the “Culture Highlights”. All vocab is tagged with which part of the book it came from, making it easy to suspend anything you’re not interested in reviewing (like the Culture Highlights vocab).
  • Both simplified and traditional characters.
  • Both pinyin and zhuyin (bopomofo) pronunciation systems.
  • Extra definitions that are not in the textbook, sourced from yellowbridge.com.

Usage:

  • Cards are imported in the order they appear in the book, with one exception: if a card appears in both supplementary material (“How About You?” or “Culture Highlights”) and a dialogue vocab, it will be scheduled such that it shows up with the dialogue vocabulary, even if it appears in an earlier “How About You?” or “Culture Highlights”. This is so that if you suspend the supplementary material cards (except ones that also appear in dialogues) the dialogue vocab will appear in order.
  • By default there are six cards per vocab item: definition -> spoken, spoken -> definition, simplified -> definition/spoken, traditon -> definition/spoken (does not appear if traditional is same as simplified), definition -> simplified, spoken -> simplified. This set up assumes that you are learning to recognize both simplified and traditional, but only write traditional. You may need to adjust the cards as needed.
  • By default, pinyin is used for pronunciation. You can edit the note type to use zhuyin instead.
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Integrated Chinese Level 1 Part 2

By samm81
Tags: chinese, textbook

Flaschards for Cheng & Tsui’s Integrated Chinese Level 1 Part 2.

Contents:

  • All vocabulary from Lesson 11 through Lesson 20, including the “How About You?” boxes and the “Culture Highlights”. All vocab is tagged with which part of the book it came from, making it easy to suspend anything you’re not interested in reviewing (like the Culture Highlights vocab).
  • Both simplified and traditional characters.
  • Both pinyin and zhuyin (bopomofo) pronunciation systems.
  • Extra definitions that are not in the textbook, sourced from yellowbridge.com.

Usage:

  • Cards are imported in the order they appear in the book, with one exception: if a card appears in both supplementary material (“How About You?” or “Culture Highlights”) and a dialogue vocab, it will be scheduled such that it shows up with the dialogue vocabulary, even if it appears in an earlier “How About You?” or “Culture Highlights”. This is so that if you suspend the supplementary material cards (except ones that also appear in dialogues) the dialogue vocab will appear in order.
  • By default there are six cards per vocab item: definition -> spoken, spoken -> definition, simplified -> definition/spoken, traditon -> definition/spoken (does not appear if traditional is same as simplified), definition -> simplified, spoken -> simplified. This set up assumes that you are learning to recognize both simplified and traditional, but only write traditional. You may need to adjust the cards as needed.
  • By default, pinyin is used for pronunciation. You can edit the note type to use zhuyin instead.

Additional notes:

  • If you already have the Integrated Chinese Level 1 Part 1 deck, this deck will try to import some cards that already exist. I suggest you select the “Ignore lines where first field matches existing note” field, so as to not lose your scheduling information.
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Xefjord's Complete Mandarin (Chinese)

By Xefjord
Tags: xefjord, mandarin

Xefjord’s Complete Language Series was created with the mission of providing free language learning courses for every known living language. Xefjord was driven to start this project because he believes that every culture is inherently valuable and important to our humanity and global well being, and that languages are the gateway towards preserving and promoting those cultures.

Because of its popularity, ease of use, and open source nature Xefjord decided to create all his courses on the digital flashcard program Anki. These courses were created with the purpose of giving learners a survival level introduction to their language of choice while also granting them the tools to continue learning with and expanding upon the functionality of Anki afterwards.


There are three options for learning Mandarin. ONLY PICK ONE.

Mandarin (Chinese) is the most commonly used and features Pinyin (Latin Alphabet) transliterations alongside Simplified Hanzi (Chinese Characters). Use this deck if you are broadly interested in Chinese, Interested in places like Mainland China or Singapore, or looking for the most used system.

Mandarin (Taiwanese) features Zhuyin (Phonetic Semisyllabary) transliterations alongside Traditional Hanzi (Chinese Characters). Use this deck if you are interested in places like Taiwan. Zhuyin is also known as Bopomofo and is widely used within Taiwan for typing and teaching kids.

Mandarin (Traditional) features Pinyin (Latin Alphabet) transliterations alongside Traditional Hanzi (Chinese Characters). Use this deck if you are interested in Traditional Chinese but intimidated by Bopomofo. Many overseas Chinese communities will also use this combination as well.

The only major differences between these three decks is in writing and transliteration. Almost all the content and audio remains the same.

Remember ONLY PICK ONE when downloading to your Anki. Completely remove your existing Mandarin deck before downloading another.

This course includes two decks not made by me (but modified to fit my format):

This includes the Most Common 3000 Chinese Hanzi deck (Link here: https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/39888802) and 6000 Most Frequent Characters (Traditional) deck (Link here: https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/711291878)

You can get support for these decks by joining the subreddit or discord communities for Xefjord’s Complete Languages. Thank you~

https://www.reddit.com/r/XefsCompleteLangs/

https://discord.gg/Dne3YUJ

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Xefjord's Complete Mandarin (Taiwanese)

By Xefjord
Tags: xefjord, mandarin

Xefjord’s Complete Language Series was created with the mission of providing free language learning courses for every known living language. Xefjord was driven to start this project because he believes that every culture is inherently valuable and important to our humanity and global well being, and that languages are the gateway towards preserving and promoting those cultures.

Because of its popularity, ease of use, and open source nature Xefjord decided to create all his courses on the digital flashcard program Anki. These courses were created with the purpose of giving learners a survival level introduction to their language of choice while also granting them the tools to continue learning with and expanding upon the functionality of Anki afterwards.


There are three options for learning Mandarin. ONLY PICK ONE.

Mandarin (Chinese) is the most commonly used and features Pinyin (Latin Alphabet) transliterations alongside Simplified Hanzi (Chinese Characters). Use this deck if you are broadly interested in Chinese, Interested in places like Mainland China or Singapore, or looking for the most used system.

Mandarin (Taiwanese) features Zhuyin (Phonetic Semisyllabary) transliterations alongside Traditional Hanzi (Chinese Characters). Use this deck if you are interested in places like Taiwan. Zhuyin is also known as Bopomofo and is widely used within Taiwan for typing and teaching kids.

Mandarin (Traditional) features Pinyin (Latin Alphabet) transliterations alongside Traditional Hanzi (Chinese Characters). Use this deck if you are interested in Traditional Chinese but intimidated by Bopomofo. Many overseas Chinese communities will also use this combination as well.

The only major differences between these three decks is in writing and transliteration. Almost all the content and audio remains the same.

Remember ONLY PICK ONE when downloading to your Anki. Completely remove your existing Mandarin deck before downloading another.

This course includes two decks not made by me (but modified to fit my format):

This includes the Most Common 3000 Chinese Hanzi deck (Link here: https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/39888802) and 6000 Most Frequent Characters (Traditional) deck (Link here: https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/711291878)

You can get support for these decks by joining the subreddit or discord communities for Xefjord’s Complete Languages. Thank you~

https://www.reddit.com/r/XefsCompleteLangs/

https://discord.gg/Dne3YUJ

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Xefjord's Complete Mandarin (Traditional)

By Xefjord
Tags: mandarin, xefjord

Xefjord’s Complete Language Series was created with the mission of providing free language learning courses for every known living language. Xefjord was driven to start this project because he believes that every culture is inherently valuable and important to our humanity and global well being, and that languages are the gateway towards preserving and promoting those cultures.

Because of its popularity, ease of use, and open source nature Xefjord decided to create all his courses on the digital flashcard program Anki. These courses were created with the purpose of giving learners a survival level introduction to their language of choice while also granting them the tools to continue learning with and expanding upon the functionality of Anki afterwards.


There are three options for learning Mandarin. ONLY PICK ONE.

Mandarin (Chinese) is the most commonly used and features Pinyin (Latin Alphabet) transliterations alongside Simplified Hanzi (Chinese Characters). Use this deck if you are broadly interested in Chinese, Interested in places like Mainland China or Singapore, or looking for the most used system.

Mandarin (Taiwanese) features Zhuyin (Phonetic Semisyllabary) transliterations alongside Traditional Hanzi (Chinese Characters). Use this deck if you are interested in places like Taiwan. Zhuyin is also known as Bopomofo and is widely used within Taiwan for typing and teaching kids.

Mandarin (Traditional) features Pinyin (Latin Alphabet) transliterations alongside Traditional Hanzi (Chinese Characters). Use this deck if you are interested in Traditional Chinese but intimidated by Bopomofo. Many overseas Chinese communities will also use this combination as well.

The only major differences between these three decks is in writing and transliteration. Almost all the content and audio remains the same.

Remember ONLY PICK ONE when downloading to your Anki. Completely remove your existing Mandarin deck before downloading another.

This course includes two decks not made by me (but modified to fit my format):

This includes the Most Common 3000 Chinese Hanzi deck (Link here: https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/39888802) and 6000 Most Frequent Characters (Traditional) deck (Link here: https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/711291878)

You can get support for these decks by joining the subreddit or discord communities for Xefjord’s Complete Languages. Thank you~

https://www.reddit.com/r/XefsCompleteLangs/

https://discord.gg/Dne3YUJ

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The Sentence MINE (Sample 5000 sentences with audio)

By electricanki
Tags: German, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Mandarin, traditional, simplified, pinyin, sentences, mine, language, polyglot, cloze

This deck consists of a sample of 5,000 sentences from The Sentence MINE, with audio included!

Description of The Sentence MINE below:


The Sentence MINE is a deck containing over 1,400,000 sentences translated equally between German, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Chinese Mandarin. For Chinese Mandarin, the MINE contains both the simplified and traditional script as well as pinyin.

With over 200,000 sentences for each language this deck can save time looking for sentences when sentence mining. When you’ve finished with one language you can learn another using the languages you’ve already mastered.

This deck also contains instructions on how to set up the MINE; how to sentence mine, and how to use this deck in conjunction with other materials.

This deck is a work in progress. Cards are constantly being modified. Every month the deck will be uploaded with modified sentences. Users will be eligible for a free download.

Suggested modifications to the deck can be posted at the reddit group THE_SENTENCE_MINE please include the “noteid” if seeking a change to the sentence.

See more