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HSK 1

HSK (Level I) assesses test takers’ abilities in the application of everyday Chinese. It is the counterpart of Level I of the Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages and the A1 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEF). Test takers who are able to pass the HSK (Level I) can understand and use very simple Chinese phrases, meet basic needs for communication and possess the ability to further their Chinese language studies.

I. Test Target

The HSK (Level I) is intended for students who have studied Chinese for a semester (half an academic year), with 2-3 class hours each week. These students have mastered 150 commonly used words and basic grammar patterns.

II. Test Content

HSK (Level I) test is made up of listening comprehension and reading comprehension sections and contains a total of 40 items.

SectionNumber of QuestionsDuration (Min)
I. ListeningPart I
Part II
Part III
Part IV
520
5
5
5
About 15
Filling out the answer sheet (Mark your answers for listening comprehension on the Answer Sheet)3
II. ReadingPart I
Part II
Part III
Part IV
520
5
5
5
17
Total/
40About 35

The test will last for 40 minutes in total (including 5 minutes in which the test takers fill in personal information).

1. Listening Comprehension

There are 5 items in Part I. The recording of each item will be played twice. A phrase and picture will be provided with each item. The test takers should make a true-or-false judgment based on what they hear.

There are 5 items in Part II. The recording of each item will be played twice. A sentence and 3 pictures will be provided with each item. The test takers should choose corresponding pictures based on what they hear.

There are 5 items in Part III. The recording of each item will be played twice. A dialogue and several pictures will be provided with each item. The test takers should choose corresponding pictures based on what they hear.

There are 5 items in Part IV. The recording of each item will be played twice. For each item, a person will make a statement. Another person will then ask a question and provide three possible answers. The three possible answers will be listed on the test paper, and test-takers can choose one of the answers based on what they hear.

2. Reading Comprehension

There are 5 items in Part I. Each item will provide a picture and a phrase. The test taker should judge whether or not they are consistent with each other.

There are 5 items in Part II. The test paper will display several pictures. For each item, a sentence will be provided. The test taker needs to choose one of the corresponding pictures based on the content of the sentence.

There are 5 items in Part III. During this section, 5 questions and 5 answers will be provided. The test taker should match the question with the appropriate answer.

There are 5 items in Part IV. Each item will display a sentence with one word missing. The test taker should select one of the words in the answer section to fill in the blank.

All items on the test paper are shown in pinyin.

III. Results Certificate

For the HSK (Level I), three results will be provided including listening, reading, and total. The test taker must score at least 120 points total to be considered passing.

Max ScoreYour Score
Listening100
Reading100
Total200

As a Chinese language certificate for foreign students’ entry into Chinese colleges, the results of the HSK are valid for two years (beginning from the test date).

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HSK 2

The HSK (Level II) assesses test takers’ abilities in the application of everyday Chinese. It is the counterpart of the Level II of the Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages and the A2 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEF). Test takers who are able to pass the HSK (Level II) have an excellent grasp of basic Chinese and can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.

I. Test Target

The HSK (Level II) is intended for students who have studied Chinese for two semesters (an academic year), with 2-3 class hours each week. These students have mastered 300 commonly used words and related grammar patterns.

II. Test Content

The HSK (Level II) test is made up of listening comprehension and reading comprehension sections and contains a total of 60 items.

SectionNumber of QuestionsDuration (Min)
I. ListeningPart I
Part II
Part III
Part IV
1035
10
10
10
About 25
Filling out the answer sheet (Mark your answers for listening comprehension on the Answer Sheet)3
II. ReadingPart I
Part II
Part III
Part IV
525
5
5
10
22
Total/
60About 50

The test will last for a total of 55 minutes (including 5 minutes in which the test takers fill in personal information).

1. Listening Comprehension

There are 10 items in Part I. The recording of each item will be played twice. A sentence and a picture will be provided with each item. The test takers should make a true-or-false judgment based on what they hear.

There are 10 items in Part II. The recording of each item will be played twice. For each item, a dialogue and several pictures will be provided. The test takers should select the appropriate answer based on what they hear.

There are 10 items in Part III. The recording of each item will be played twice. Each item consists of a dialogue between two persons with a third person asking a question related to the content. There will be three possible answers on the test paper from which the test takers can select the correct one based on the passage.

There are 5 items in Part IV. The recording of each item will be played twice. Each item consists of a 4-5 sentence dialogue between two persons with a third person will asking a question at the end of the passage. There will be three possible answers on the test paper from which the test takers can select the correct one based on what they hear in the passage.

2. Reading Comprehension

There are 5 items in Part I. Several pictures will be shown on the test paper. For each item, a sentence will be provided. The test taker should choose corresponding pictures based on the sentence.

There are 5 items in Part II. For each item, one or two sentences will be provided in which one word is missing. The test taker should select one of the words in the answer section to fill in the blank.

There are 5 items in Part III. For each item, two sentences will be provided. The test taker should judge whether or not the second sentence is consistent with the first one.
There are 10 items in Part IV. In this section, 20 sentences will be provided. The test taker will be asked to find the correlations between the sentences.

All the items on the test paper are shown in pinyin.

III. Results Certificate

For the HSK (Level II), three results will be provided including listening, reading, and total. The test taker must score at least 120 points total to be considered passing.

Max ScoreYour Score
Listening100
Reading100
Total200

As a Chinese language certificate for foreign students’ entry into Chinese colleges, the results of the HSK are valid for two years (beginning from the test date).

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HSK 3

The HSK (Level III) assesses test takers’ abilities in the application of everyday Chinese. It is the counterpart of the Level III of the Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages and the B1 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEF). Test takers who are able to pass the HSK (Level III) can communicate in Chinese at a basic level in their daily, academic, and professional lives. They can manage most communication in Chinese when traveling in China.

I. Test Target

The HSK (Level III) is intended for students who have studied Chinese for three semesters (one and a half academic years), with 2-3 class hours in each week. These students have mastered 600 commonly used words and related grammar patterns.

II. Test Content

The HSK (Level III) test is made up of listening comprehension, reading comprehension, and writing sections and contains a total of 80 items.

SectionNumber of QuestionsDuration (Min)
I. ListeningPart I
Part II
Part III
Part IV
1040
10
10
10
Approximately 35
Filling out the answer sheet (Mark your answers for listening comprehension on the Answer Sheet)5
II. ReadingPart I
Part II
Part III
1030
10
10
30
III. WritingPart I
Part II
510
5
15
Total/
80Approximately 85

The test will last for 90 minutes in total (including 5 minutes in which the test takers fill in personal information).

1. Listening Comprehension

here are 10 items in Part I. The recording of each item will be played twice. For each item, a dialogue and several pictures will be provided. The test takers should select corresponding pictures based on what they hear.

There are 10 items in Part II. The recording of each item will be played twice. For each item, a short passage will be read out, followed by an assertion, which also appears on the paper. The test taker should decide whether the assertion made is true or false.

There are 10 items in Part III. The recording of each item will be played twice. Each item consists of a dialogue between two persons. A third person will then ask a question about the dialogue. There will be three possible answers on the test paper, from which the test takers can select the best answer based on what they hear.

There are 10 items in Part IV. The recording of each item will be played twice. Each item consists of a 4-5 sentence dialogue between two persons. A third person will then ask a question based on the dialogue. There will be three possible answers on the test paper, from which the test takers can choose the best answer based on what they hear.

2. Reading Comprehension

There are 10 items in Part I. In this section, 20 sentences will be provided and the test taker will be asked to correlate them.

There are 10 items in Part II. For each item, one or two sentences will be provided, in which one word/phrase is missing. The test taker should choose one of the suggested words/phrases to fill in the blank.

There are 10 items in Part III. This part consists of 10 short passages, each followed by a question. The test taker should choose the best answer from the 3 choices provided.

3. Writing

There are 5 items in Part I. Each item lists several words. The test taker should construct a sentence using the words provided.

There are 5 items in Part II. Each item provides a sentence with several blanks. The test taker should fill in the blanks with the appropriate characters.

III. Results Certificate

For the HSK (Level III), four results will be provided including listening, reading, writing, and the total. The test taker must score at least 180 points to be considered passing.

Max ScoreYour Score
Listening100
Reading100
Writing100
Total300

As a Chinese language certificate for foreign students’ entry into Chinese colleges, the results of the HSK are valid for two years (beginning from the test date).

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HSK 4

The HSK (Level IV) assesses test takers’ abilities in the application of everyday Chinese. It is the counterpart of Level IV of the Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages and the B2 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEF). Test takers who are able to pass the HSK (Level IV) can converse in Chinese on a wide range of topics and are able to communicate fluently with native Chinese speakers.

I. Test Target

The HSK (Level IV) is intended for students who have studied Chinese2-4 class hours per week for four semesters (two academic years). These students have mastered 1,200 commonly used words and related grammar patterns.

II. Test Content

The HSK (Level IV) test is made up of listening comprehension, reading comprehension, and writing and contains a total of 100 test items.

SectionNumber of QuestionsDuration (Min)
I. ListeningPart I
Part II
Part III
1045
15
20
Approximately 30
Filling out the answer sheet (Mark your answers for listening comprehension on the Answer Sheet)5
II. ReadingPart I
Part II
Part III
1040
10
20
40
III. WritingPart I
Part II
1015
5
25
Total/
100~100

The test will last for 105 minutes in total (including 5 minutes in which the test takers fill in personal information).

1. Listening Comprehension

There are 10 items in Part I. The recording of each item will be played only once. For each item, a short passage will read out, followed by an assertion that also appears on the test paper. The test taker should decide whether the assertion is true or false.

There are 15 items in Part II. The recording of each item will be played only once. Each item consists of a dialogue between two persons. A third person will then ask a question based on the dialogue. There will be four possible answers on the test paper, from which test-takers can choose the right one based on what they hear.

There are 20 items in Part III. The recording of each item will be played only once. This section consists of a 4-5 sentence dialogue or monologue followed by one or two questions. Four possible answers will be provided on the test paper, from which the test taker can choose the best one.

2. Reading Comprehension

There are 10 items in Part I. One or two sentences will be provided for each item, in which one word/phrase is missing. The test taker should choose one of the suggested words/phrases to fill in the blank.

There are 10 items in Part II. Each item consists of three sentences that the test taker needs to arrange in the correct order.

There are 20 items in Part III. Each item consists of a short passage, and one or two questions will be asked about the passage. The test taker needs to select the best answer out of the four answers provided.

3. Writing

There are 10 items in Part I. Each item consists of several words. The test taker should construct a sentence using these words.

There are 5 items in Part II. Each item consists of a picture and a word. The test taker needs to write a sentence based on the picture and the word.

III. Results Certificate

For the HSK (Level III), four results will be provided including listening, reading, writing, and the total. The test taker must score at least 180 points to be considered passing.

Max ScoreYour Score
Listening100
Reading100
Writing100
Total300

As a Chinese language certificate for foreign students’ entry into Chinese colleges, the results of the HSK are valid for two years (beginning from the test date).

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HSK 5

The HSK (Level V) assesses test takers’ abilities in the application of everyday Chinese. It is the counterpart of the Level V of the Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages and the C1 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEF). Test takers who are able to pass the HSK (Level V) can read Chinese newspapers and magazines, enjoy Chinese films and plays and give a full-length speech in Chinese.

I. Test Target

The HSK (Level V) is intended for students who have studied Chinese 2-4 class hours per week for more than two academic years. These students have mastered 2,500 commonly used words and related grammar patterns.

II. Test Content

The HSK (Level V) test is made up of listening comprehension, reading comprehension, and writing sections and contains a total of 100 items.

SectionNumber of QuestionsDuration (Min)
I. ListeningPart I
Part II
2045
25
About 30
Filling out the answer sheet (Mark your answers for listening comprehension on the Answer Sheet)5
II. ReadingPart I
Part II
Part III
1545
10
20
45
III. WritingPart I
Part II
810
2
40
Total/
100About 120

The test will last for 125 minutes in total (including 5 minutes in which the test takers fill in personal information).

1. Listening Comprehension

There are 20 items in Part I. The recording of each item will be played only once. Each item consists of a dialogue between two persons, with a third person then asking a question about the dialogue. There will be four possible answers provided on the test paper. Test takers must choose the best answer based on what they hear.

There are 25 items in Part II. The recording of each item will be played only once. This section consists of a 4-5 sentence dialogue or monologue followed by one or more questions. Four possible answers will be provided on the test paper. The test-takers must choose the best answer out of the four.

2. Reading Comprehension

There are 15 items in Part I. This section consists of various passages, each with several blanks, which should be filled with a word or sentence. The test taker needs to choose the best answer out of four possible answers.

There are 10 items in Part II. Each item consists of a passage and four possible answers. The test taker needs to choose which of the four answers is most consistent with the passage.

There are 20 items in Part III. This section consists of several passages followed by some questions. The test taker should choose the best answer out of the 4 answers provided.

3. Writing

There are 8 items in Part I. Each item consists of several words from which the test taker should construct a sentence.

There are 2 items in Part II. The first item consists of several words and requires the test taker to write an article about 80 characters long using the words provided. The second item consists of a picture and requires the test taker to write an article about 80 characters long based on the picture.

III. Results Certificate

For the HSK (Level V), four results will be provided including listening, reading, writing, and the total.

Max ScoreYour Score
Listening100
Reading100
Writing100
Total300

As a Chinese language certificate for foreign students’ entry into Chinese colleges, the results of the HSK are valid for two years (beginning from the test date).

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HSK 6

The HSK (Level VI) assesses test takers’ abilities in the application of everyday Chinese. It is the counterpart of the Level V of the Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages and the C2 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEF). Test takers who are able to pass the HSK (Level VI) can easily comprehend written and spoken information in Chinese and can effectively express themselves in Chinese, both orally and on paper.

I. Test Target

HSK (Level VI) is intended for students who have mastered 5,000 or more commonly used words.

II. Test Content

The HSK (Level VI) test is made up of listening comprehension, reading comprehension, and writing sections and contains a total of 101 items.

SectionNumber of QuestionsDuration (Min)
I. ListeningPart I
Part II
Part III
1550
15
20
About 35
Filling out the answer sheet (Mark your answers for listening comprehension on the Answer Sheet)5
II. ReadingPart I
Part II
Part III
Part IV
1050
10
10
20
50
III. WritingProse Writing
1
45
Total/
101~135

The test will last for 140 minutes in total (including 5 minutes in which the test takers fill in personal information).

1. Listening Comprehension

There are 15 items in Part I. The recording of each item will be played only once. For each item, a short passage will be read and 4 possible answers will be provided on the test paper. The test taker needs to choose the answer that is most consistent with the passage.

There are 15 items in Part II. The recording of each item will be played only once. A recording of three interviews will be played followed by 5 questions. For each question, 4 possible answers will be provided, from which the test takers can choose the best answer based on what they hear in the passage.

There are 20 items in Part III. The recording of each item will be played only once. Several passages will be read, each of them followed by some questions. For each question, 4 possible answers will be provided, from which the test takers can choose the best answer based on what they hear in the passage.

2. Reading Comprehension

There are 10 items in Part I. Each item consists of 4 sentences. The test taker needs to choose the sentence that is grammatically incorrect.

There are 10 items in Part II. Each item consists of a short passage with 3-5 blanks. The test taker needs to choose the best answer from 4 possible answers based on the context.

There are 10 items in Part III. There are two passages, each with 5 blanks. The test taker needs to choose the best answer out of 5 sentences based on the context.

There are 20 items in Part IV. This section consists of several passages followed by some questions. The test taker should choose the right answer from 4 possible answers.

3. Writing

The test taker will be required to read a narrative article of about 1,000 characters within 10 minutes, and then rewrite it into a shorter article of about 400 characters within 35 minutes. The test taker should also create a title for the article. The test taker should recount the article and is not required to express personal opinions.

III. Results Certificate

For the HSK (Level III), four results will be provided including listening, reading, writing, and the total.

Max ScoreYour Score
Listening100
Reading100
Writing100
Total300

As a Chinese language certificate for foreign students’ entry into Chinese colleges, the results of the HSK are valid for two years (beginning from the test date).

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HSK 7

In HSK 7, you will show

Verbal communication abilities:

Being able to practice well listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills; Being able to do initial professional interpreting works.

Being able to have formal, fluent, and decent social interactions on relatively extensive and higher-level topics.

Topics and tasks:

Being able to converse on topics of social etiquette, science and technology, culture and arts, sports, emotions and affections, professional curriculum etc; and being able to conduct relevant social interactions.

For example: being able to communicate with participants when attending a relatively formal meeting; being able to read and understand most learning materials of a professional subject as well as to finish assignments of the subject.

  • Listening skill: being able to comprehend general lecture speeches and social news that relate to Grade 7 topics and tasks (about 800 Chinese characters). The speaking speed of these language materials is normal or slightly fast. The students should be able to get rid of the impact of the environment and then comprehend the main facts and views of the language materials. Students should be able to understand the logical construction of the speeches or news, and also be able to comprehend related social-cultural contents.
  • Speaking skill: being able to master the syllables, vocabularies, and grammars of quantitative indicators of advanced level. Being able to conduct topics expressions and interaction tasks of the relevant grade. Being able to make initial paragraphed expressions at this stage. Being able to flexibly use complex sentences to express personal views, have a discussion or debate. The content of the speaker should be fluent in words and sentences with logical thoughts and abundant details. The student’s pronunciation should be accurate with a neutral tone. Students are supposed to use proper words for communication and adjust their expressions according to the actual situation. Being able to use rhetoric to strengthen the emotion of the speaking and also embodies an awareness of cross-cultural intercommunication.
  • Reading skill: being able to recognize and read syllables, Chinese characters, and Chinese words that are relevant to the quantitative indicators of advanced level. Being able to read and comprehend various kinds of articles that related to the advanced level topics and tasks. The reading speed should not be less than 200 words per minute. Students are supposed to be proficient with Chinese expression and thoughts so that they can have a comprehensive understanding of the construction and content of the articles. And they can also draw the inference and summarize the content with a considerable understanding of the cultural content. Students are also supposed to well master the reading skills to independently search for necessary information.
  • Writing skill: being able to master the handwriting of Chinese characters required in the List of Advanced Handwriting Chinese characters. Being able to write practical essays, explanatory essays, argumentative essays, and thesis with a considerable length. There should be clear points of view, layout, proper expressions, standard format, and normal logical thoughts in the articles. Students at this stage are supposed to be able to use different kinds of rhetoric in the writing.
  • Interpretation skill: being able to do professional interpretation tasks initially; being able to translated topics and tasks related to specific grade and the translated work should be completed and accurate. On formal occasions, being able to do consecutive translation and interpretation during accompanying. Being able to translate practical essays, explanatory essays, argumentative essays, etc with a considerable length. The translated content should be in accordance with the original content with a proper format.

HSK 8

In HSK 8, you will show

Verbal communication abilities:

Being able to practice well listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills; Being able to do basic professional interpreting works.

Being able to have formal, fluent, and decent social interactions on various higher-level and professional topics.

Topics and tasks:

Being able to converse on topics of language and literature, economy and politics, Legal affairs, philosophy and history, etc; and being able to conduct relevant social interactions.

For example: being able to deliver profound conversation and have a discussion on topics of philosophy, religions, and current events; being able to do basic professional interpreting works; being able to express his/her own, call into question and declaim reasons for complaint when there are conflicts.

  • Listening skill: being able to comprehend professional lecture speeches and news with special subjects that relate to Grade 8 topics and tasks (about 800 Chinese characters). The speaking speed of these language materials is normal or slightly fast. The students should be able to get rid of the impact of the environment and other obstacles to comprehend and summarize the main facts and views of the language materials. Students should be able to understand the logical construction of the speeches or news, and also be able to comprehend the related social cultural contents.
  • Speaking skill: being able to master the syllables, vocabularies, and grammars of quantitative indicators of advanced level. Being able to conduct topics expressions and interaction tasks of the relevant grade. Being able to make proper paragraphed expressions and also to apply techniques flexibly at this stage. Being able to have a speech, impromptu talking, and debate. During the speaking, students are supposed to be able to express their opinions and thoughts in a comprehensive and decent manner. When speaking, it should be with correct pronunciation, neutral tone, fluent expression, and strong logic. Being able to use rhetoric to strengthen the emotion of the speaking and also embodies the ability of cross-cultural intercommunication.
  • Reading skill: being able to recognize and read syllables, Chinese characters and Chinese words that relevant to the quantitative indicators of advanced level. Being able to read and comprehend various kinds of articles that related to the advanced level topics and tasks. The reading speed should not be less than 220 words per minute. Students are supposed to be proficient with Chinese expression and thoughts. Students are also supposed to be proficient with various reading skills to comprehend the content and involved cultural implications precisely. Being able to find out the linguistic and logical issues contained in the articles.
  • Writing skill: being able to master the handwriting of Chinese characters required in the List of Advanced Handwriting Chinese characters. Being able to write practice essays, explanatory essays, argumentative essays, and thesis with a considerable length. There should be a clear point of view, layout, proper expressions, standard format, and normal logical thoughts in the articles. Students at this stage are supposed to be able to use abundant Chinese idioms, slang, and different kinds of rhetoric in the writing.
  • Interpretation skill: being able to do professional interpretation tasks; being able to translated topics and tasks related to this grade and the translated work should be completed and accurate. On formal occasions, being able to do consecutive translation and interpretation with professional contents. Being able to translate practical essays, explanatory essays, argumentative essays, etc with a considerable length. The translated content should be accurate and in accordance with the original content with a proper format.

HSK 9

In HSK 9, you will show

Verbal communication abilities:

Being able to practice well listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills; Being able to do professional interpreting works.

Being able to apply various kinds of techniques and skills comprehensively; being able to have formal, fluent, and decent social interactions on various social topics in different scenes.

Topics and tasks:

Being able to converse on topics of academic researches, policy and regulations, business and trades, and international affairs, etc; and being able to conduct relevant social interactions.

For example: being able to participate in business negotiation and debate with the counterpart under a formal circumstance; being able to read and understand documents with formal patterns and terms, such as policies and regulations, or a study report; in addition, being able to make decent comments on the topic.

  • Listening skill: being able to comprehend general lecture speeches and social news that relate to Grade 9 topics and tasks (about 800 Chinese characters). The speaking speed of these language materials is normal or slightly fast. The students should be able to analyze and conclude needed information to properly comprehend involved social-cultural implications.
  • Speaking skill: being able to master the syllables, vocabularies, and grammars of quantitative indicators of advanced level. Being able to conduct topics expressions and interaction tasks of the relevant grade. Being able to make proper paragraphed expressions and also to apply techniques flexibly at this stage. Students are supposed to be able to express their opinions and thoughts in a comprehensive and decent manner. When speaking, it should be with correct pronunciation, neutral tone, and fluent expression. Being able to use rhetoric to strengthen the emotion of the speaking and also embodies the ability of cross-cultural intercommunication.
  • Reading skill: being able to recognise and read syllables, Chinese characters and Chinese words that relevant to quantitative indicator of advanced level. Being able to read and comprehend various kinds of articles that related to all kinds of topics and formats. The reading speed should not be less than 240 words per minute. Students are supposed to be proficient with Chinese expression and thoughts. Students are also supposed to be proficient with various reading skills to comprehend the content and involved cultural implications precisely.
  • Writing skill: being able to master the handwriting of Chinese characters required in the List of Advanced Handwriting Chinese characters. Being able to write academic papers and other kinds of essays. There should be a clear point of view, layout, proper expressions, standard format, and strong logic in the articles. Students at this stage are supposed to be able to apply various compound sentences and different kinds of rhetoric in their writings to make them literary.
  • Interpretation skill: being able to perform professional interpretations; being able to translate topics and tasks related to this grade and the translated work should be completed and accurate. On formal occasions, being able to do simultaneous interpretation with professional contents with fluent expressions. Being able to translate all kinds of essays. The translated content should be fluent and accurate and in accordance with the original content and style with a proper format.

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Mike | Australia

Small Group Chinese Class

I think Kunming is a great city, the weather is really good. I really like Keats school and found it is very organized. The teachers here are very good. They have a coffee shop and new classrooms, a new lounge area here now, so you can chill out with your friends and practice your spoken Chinese with natives. If you’re considering coming to Keats to study, I would really recommend it. It’s the best place to learn Mandarin and I think it will be a great experience for you.

 

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