This is a both a dictionary and a learning resource for students at all levels. It includes free flashcards, HSK prep materials, reading materials and tools, and more. Most of the features are free, although it has ads and offers a paid subscription. Simplified and traditional characters.
an archive created by the University of Oxford of resources from their Chinese courses. There are many helpful pages for grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, test preparation, and more, though the resource is older. Simplified characters.
a blog with tons of tips and tricks to improve your Chinese. It is less of a resource teaching Chinese and more of a guide on how to organize your study habits and methods. Many resources on the website are free, but the courses and other pages are behind a paywall.
A program created by EdX that provides online, self-guided Chinese courses. However, you only have access to the materials for a short time and don't get all of the added features unless you pay. Simplified characters.
Vocabulary for the standardized Chinese proficiency test used in China (it is based on the old format of the HSK). If you click on the words, you can see examples and breakdowns of the characters. Simplified characters
This is a great reference website for questions about Chinese grammar. Grammar points are separated by difficulty/HSK level, and you can also use the search function to look up words or concepts that are difficult for learners (like 把 structure, 了, verb complements, etc.). Simplified characters.
This page lists 115 commonly used measure words and includes an explanation of measure words in Chinese. The page is most helpful at the bottom because it separates them into different categories. It's a good reference material, but if you are a beginner the information may be overwhelming. Simplified characters with some traditional characters.
A website with many articles separated by beginner, intermediate and advanced. It is a nice resource because it complies a mix of fables, news, essays by famous authors, and more to make a well-rounded learning experience. Simplified characters.
his is a Singaporean website that is publishes short articles for children, but they are also be helpful for non-native speakers. When reading, readers can choose to show Pinyin or use a build-in dictionary and also filter between articles, news, comics, and more. Many articles are free, but some are behind a paywall. Simplified characters.
A community where you can have your foreign language writing corrected by native speakers by posting it online (it requires making an account). It is not just for Chinese and can be used for any language.
A language learning community with a question-and-answer format. You can ask questions about the vocabulary, grammar, or culture and be answered by native speakers or by an AI. In order to post questions you must make an account.
this is a free and open-source resource to read famous pre-modern Chinese texts. This may be useful for students studying Classical Chinese. It has tools to see Pinyin, word meanings, and some English translations.
Glossika is a paid resource that uses AI technology and spaced repetition to help users memorize common phrases. For some threatened and endangered languages, the service is completely free. The Chinese dialects available for free include Hakka (Hailu and Sixian dialects), Taiwanese Hokkien, and Wenzhounese. Mandarin and Cantonese are available with a subscription.