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The NAATI CCL Test assesses candidates' ability to act as a communication channel between two speakers who speak two different languages (i.e. English & Language Other Than English or LOTE). By clearing the CCL test successfully, a candidate can claim 5 bonus points for the Australia PR Visa Application. 

Chinese is one of the most spoken foreign languages in Australia, and it is also present in the list of Language Other Than English (LOTE) for NAATI CCL. In the Chinese CCL assessment test, a candidate is expected to be able to convey the exact information spoken by the speakers in English as well as in the LOTE.

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Chinese NAATI CCL Practice Material

If you are taking the Chinese CCL Test, the practice materials provided here will help enhance the level of your preparation. Our experts, who have years of experience and expertise, have meticulously designed these study materials to familiarise you with the test format, marking system, and give you adequate practice and guidance for the actual test.  

The study materials consist of dialogues in both the languages, comprehensively designed to give you a real-like exam experience.

The test instructions are as follows-

You will hear two dialogues between an English speaker and a Chinese speaker. You have to interpret into the other language what each speaker says. When each speaker finishes a segment, you hear this signal (chime). You may take notes if you want to. You should begin interpreting only a few seconds after you hear the signal.

Quick Tips to Practice

Read literature related to government, laws, education, health, laws, housing, business and real-life situations that contribute to the Australian society. You can also read academic articles for the same.

Start practising at home by partnering with a friend or someone from your family. Ask someone to read out short passages for you (30-40 words). Interpret to the other language without depending on notes.

Read more in both the languages. You can read magazines, newspapers, and other resources to develop the same level of proficiency in both the languages.