I saw this great thread over at Chinese-Forums: http://www.chinese-forums.com/showthread.php?t=26892 Where it had this link and information: "Brian Vaughan has complied a mnemosyne data base of "20,000+ Chinese sentences with translations and pinyin", http://www.mnemosyne-proj.org/node/115 The sentences were apparently generated by searching online dictionaries for words in the HSK vocabulary lists. The database is classified by (1) the HSK level of the target word; and (2) the maximum HSK level of the other words in the sentence. " Well, I took this list, and exported the HKS Level 1 section to the attached text file to be used as a Pleco Flashcard File. Be warned, it created 2698 cards all with sentences (some very short, some quite long). Quite useful for studying purposes. The first flashcard is the sentence in Chinese, the 'answer' is in pinyin and English. There are a few mistakes in the pinyin apparently, and there are some odd " in places, but overall it's a decent resource. If anyone feels like cleaning it up, or dividing it into smaller chunks, please feel free and repost Thanks.