I did a unit from my Read Aloud book (I’m now halfway through it), and copied out example sentences from my HSK 1-4 vocabulary book.
Now that I’ve been through my HSK 1-4 vocabulary book, I’ve gone back to the beginning and started copying out the example sentences. I’ve also bought two books to practice writing by comparing the characters with their Japanese versions. I also did a unit from my Read Aloud book.
I did quite a lot today. I did a unit from my Read Aloud book, practiced repeating and shadowing using conversations from my level 4 test book, and copied out 112 words from my HSK 1-4 vocabulary book. I have now seen and written all the characters and vocabulary for HSK 4 at least once. The next step is to remember them.
I did a unit from my Read Aloud book, and reviewed some basic grammar points. I did a 20 question test on the grammar points and scored 17/20.
I copied out 100 more HSK level 4 words, and started a new Chinese character writing book which arrived today. It compares Japanese and Chinese characters, so it makes the Chinese ones easier to remember how to write.
I had a busy few days, so I couldn’t study much. Today I wrote out 100 words from my vocabulary book. I’m nearly at the end – two more days and I will have encountered all the HSK 4 vocabulary at least once.
I just did some more reading and listening using questions from my level 4 book. I’ve finished the section, so next I’m going to move on to the longer passages, and go back to the start of the shorter ones and practice shadowing.
I did a unit from my Read Aloud textbook and 20 more listening questions. I read along as I listened. I also have a vocabulary book CD playing in my car. Need to work on my listening more…
I practiced listening today. I read along as I listened to 20 questions from my level 4 test book. I also did a unit from my Read Aloud book.
I didn’t have much time to study today, so I just listened to my vocabulary book in the car and did 20 basic grammar questions. I got 18/20. The questions I got wrong were related to word order.