Vietnamese NAATI CCL

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The NAATI CCL Test determines a candidates' ability to transfer the meaning of a conversation between two people who speak two different languages (i.e. English into LOTE and vice versa). By clearing the NAATI CCL Test successfully, a candidate can 5 bonus points for the Australian PR Visa Application.
Vietnamese is one of the most common foreign languages spoken at home in Australia. It also features in the list of Language Other Than English (LOTE) for NAATI CCL. In the Vietnamese CCL assessment test, a candidate has to demonstrate the ability to convey the exact information spoken by the speakers in English as well as in the LOTE.

Vietnamese NAATI CCL Practice Material

The practice materials provided by our experts will help enhance the preparation level for your NAATI CCL Exam. Our experts with years of experience and expertise, have meticulously designed the study materials to familiarize you with the test format, marking system, and give you adequate practice and guidance to crack the actual test.

The study material consists of dialogues in both languages and is comprehensively designed to give you a real-exam like experience.

The test instructions are as follows:
You will hear two dialogues from a conversation between an English speaker and a Vietnamese 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 should begin interpreting only a few seconds after you hear the signal. You may take notes if you want to.

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