Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi, Level 1

The first level of the HSK, ordered by Hanzi, translated into Kala.

– one; once; a – na’o
一点儿 – a bit; a few – -mi
– seven – ka’o
– three – ha’o
– above; up – ua’e
上午 – late morning (before noon) – yomua-ha
– fall; below – tipua / tahe
下午 – afternoon – puama
下雨 – to rain – pana
– no; not – nke
不客气 – you’re welcome; don’t be polite – hako
东西 – things; stuff – noma
– general measure word – ku
中午 – noon; midday – yotso
中国 – China – tsuhoku
– nine – sa’o
– book; letter – mosa
– to buy – tsumpa
– indicates a completed or finished action – -pua
– two – ta’o
– five – ya’o
– some; few; several – -mi
– person; man; people – tlana
什么 – what? – ke…ka
今天 – today – i-yoma
– he; him – ha
– know how to – osa
– to live; reside; to stop – asa
– you (singular) – ta
– do; make – muya
儿子 – son – tahi
先生 – Mr.; Sir – oko
– eight – pa’o
– six – tsa’o
再见 – goodbye; see you later – yata
– to write; to compose – moya
– cold – manka
– how many; several; a few – uku
出租车 – taxi; cab – takusi
分钟 – minute; (measure word for time) – punu
前面 – in front – ma’e
北京 – Beijing – petsinka
医生 – doctor – ya’a-ko
医院 – hospital – ya’a-mo
– ten – ue’o
– go; to leave – yala
– to be called – ata
– number; day of a month – sayoma
– eat – ina
同学 – fellow student; schoolmate – onyo-ko
名字 – name – ata
后面 – back; behind – pue
– indicates a yes/no question – ka
– listen; hear – anu
– indicates a question; how about…?; – …ka
– and; with – ma
– which; how – ula
哪儿 – where? (Beijing accent) – mo…ka
商店 – shop; store – suku / -su
– hello (on the phone) – hala
喜欢 – to like – amya / nomo
– to drink – inu
– four – ma’o
– to return; to reply; to go back – tala
– at; on; in; indicates an action in progress – hue
– sit – sima
– lump; piece; sum of money – peya / -pe
– many – -mpa
多少 – how much?; how many? – uku…ka
– big; large – taha / -ha
天气 – weather – kihu
– too (much) – -pye
女儿 – daughter – nahi
– she – ha
– good – tama
妈妈 – mom; mum – ona / nana
– letter; character – moya
学习 – learn; to study – onyo
学校 – school – hakyo
学生 – student – onyo-ko
– family; home – tlika / tsaka
对不起 – sorry – koya
– small; young – ahi / -hi
小姐 – young lady; miss; Ms. – nahi
– few; little – -mi
– years old; age – ika
工作 – work; a job – kema
– year – anyo
– to open; to start; to operate (a vehicle) – nyete
– very; quite – -mpa
怎么 – how? – to…ka
怎么样 – how about?; how is/was it? – to aye ka
– think; believe; suppose; would like to – omo
– I; me – na
我们 – we; us – nam
打电话 – make a phone call – nyalo
时候 – time – ama
明天 – tomorrow – yoma-tli
星期 – week – sema
昨天 – yesterday – yoma-ye
– be; is; are; am – a
– moon; month; flesh (radical) – kunye
– have – yoha
朋友 – friend – amya-ko
– measure word for books –
– come; arrive; ever since; next – tala
杯子 – cup; glass – uaso
桌子 – table; desk – yempa
椅子 – chair – yetsi
– water – maya
水果 – fruit – punka
汉语 – Chinese language – tsuhoku-tla
没关系 – it doesn’t matter; never mind – ya muna-k
没有 – not have; there is not – nke
漂亮 – pretty; beautiful – aya
– a dot; a little; o’clock – peya / -pe
– heat; hot – sitsa
– love – itsa
爸爸 – Dad – ota / tata
– dog – mita
– cat – neko
现在 – now – ima
电影 – movie; film – mpa’a
电脑 – computer – kompu
电视 – television; TV – ninka
– indicates possession, like adding ‘s to a noun – -yo
– see; look at; to watch – anya
看见 – see; catch sight of – anya
睡觉 – to sleep; go to bed – moku
米饭 – (cooked) rice – nyoma
老师 – teacher – tlepa-ko
– can; be able – pala / -pa
苹果 – apple – poma
– tea – tsa’i
– dish (type of food); vegetables – tanu
衣服 – clothes – puku
认识 – recognize; know (a person) – tepa
– speak – kala
– please; invite; to treat someone to something – teya
– to read; to study – yomu
– who – ko
谢谢 – thank you – nyasa
– this – itla
– that; then – uatla
– all; both – kua
– inside; Chinese mile (~.5 km) – nahe
– money; coin – yena
飞机 – airplane – ila-nyo
饭店 – restaurant; hotel – ina-mo / notli
高兴 – happy; glad – noya

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