Full Word List for Chinese, in .csv Format
Hello everyone, I am not sure if this still an issue as I haven't used Duolingo for quite some time. I recently wrote a script using some JSON from duolingo that can generate the word list for all lessons for my own use. I exported this as a csv so that everyone else can use it for flash cards or anything else you think it would be useful for.
Here is the csv: Google drive link
I tried making one manually a while back but that wasn't so easy. This should include all lessons and is much cleaner than my old list. Also, the lessons are unfortunately not ordered, but the words are categorized by each lesson. Let me know if there is anything else anyone thinks would be help to include in the csv.
UPDATE: Upon going through the tree and comparing the word list to the words found in the actual lessons, it seems that they don't include all of the words in the JSON for some reason :(
It seems that there is no way to have the entire word list other than manual input which is very unfortunate.
I sorted the file based on the order given in the tree, and also saved it as UTF-8 so people can download it without having to convert it after
Here is the csv: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1y2Nu7gdbsP-QWbIAOSEczW2p0r5WZq2Q
Here is the xlsx: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hPCA1cyTmA-14ex_achU5oIHKnHY_Q9m
Did you order those manually? I couldn't figure out an easy way to do that without doing it manually. Thanks for this!
I copied the whole tree into excel and made a custom sorting list :) just had to remove the gaps from the copy paste
Thanks. I have some ideas on how to use this when I get back to the Chinese tree, right after I finish Korean.
I was in the Peace Corps in Korea 50 years ago, when hanja was still widely used. Then I became a Buddhist monk, and needed Chinese and Japanese as well. But I can always use more.
Wow~ That Chinese chart is very useful! Thank you! It will help me a lot.
thank you so much kazutadashi ---just a sidenote: be very careful downloading files from strangers, ESPECIALLY PROGRAMMERS lol
Woah man, this is very helpful! Thanks for this
If there was one course I wish there was a full list for, it would be this one; 谢谢!
Thanks for the list, perhaps I will use it in the future.
For now I am constructing mine manually, because I think it will help me learning.
First I copy all phrases and words in pieces of paper.
Then I sort the new ones.
Then I write them in ideograms using an app like chinese people use for writing on the phone.
The last step is to export the list for my laptop and merge it in a word file.
This process requires me to write down the words using a pen, and to write them using an app.
So, when I finish the course in 2037 (or later...) I will be able to read, write on a paper and even send a WhatsUp message in Mandarin.
BTW there is no Chinese language, but Mandarin, Cantonese etc