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  1. wenxian
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    CET

    Let me introduce some thing about cet 4 in China.
    CET,the short for College English Test , test the college student's English level,including listening,reading ,grammar and writing .
    In CET 4,listening is 20% and reading is 40% and writing is 15%and grammar is 15%,then anther is 10%.
    I had taken the test for nine days ,I think I can pass,but many of my classmates didn't think so.
    Many students of my school thought it should be abolished ,so do I.
    Why?
    Because I can pass,but I think my ability hasn't arrived that .
    And some classmates of mine,who can't pass it,think that Passing it is the
    only purpose to study English.If someone hadn't passed it in 4 school years,he or she would not afford Bachelor degree.THen there isn't any interest in studying English.
    What is your opinion?
    Thank you in advance!

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    #2
    I'm going to have to try to do some research into this test as I am not familiar with it, then I'll come back to you.

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    #3
    I've not been able to find out much about the test- could you possibly send me a copy of onne if you know where there is one online. It';s very difficult from here.

  2. wenxian
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    Ok,I will try!
    Please wait a little time!
    Thanks!


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    #5
    Tdol, you can find some examples here.
    (Ignore the speeling errors :) )

    If I find any more, I'll let you know. It's not easy wading through all those Chinese characters. ;)

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    Thanks- I'll look at them when I have a break


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    #7
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Thanks- I'll look at them when I have a break
    They let you relax? :wink:

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    #8
    Never

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    Quote Originally Posted by shane
    (Ignore the speeling errors :) )
    It's rather hard to ignore that one.

    :wink:

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    #10
    Did you try?

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