Quiz Edexcel Advanced Subsidiary Gce Chinese 8cn0 2018 Mock

Edexcel GCE AS (8CN0-01) 2018 Listening Reading and Translation Specimen, Mock Practice Test with Explanations

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Requirements

  • HSK 3 or above
  • HSK 4 is proper
  • CIE IGCSE
  • Edexcel IGCSE / GCSE
  • IB Chinese B ab initio

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The Pearson Edexcel Level 3 Advanced Subsidiary GCE in Chinese (spoken Mandarin/

spoken Cantonese) is designed for use in schools and colleges. It is part of a suite of

AS/A Level qualifications offered by Pearson.

These sample assessment materials have been developed to support this

qualification and will be used as the benchmark to develop the assessment students

will take.

Pearson Edexcel Level 3 GCE

Chinese (spoken Mandarin/spoken Cantonese) Advanced Subsidiary

Paper 1: Listening, Reading and Translation

Paper Reference: 8CN0/01

The total mark for this paper is 64. 

Time: 1 hour 45

Total 3 Sections:

SECTION A: LISTENING

Question 1 (6 marks) Multiple Choice

Question 2 (6 marks) Answer Questions in Chinese

Question 3(a) (8 marks) Answer Questions in Chinese

Question 3(b) (4 marks) Summaries the following conversation. You are not required to write in full sentences and you may respond using short phrases.

SECTION B: READING

Question 4 (4 marks) Multiple-choice questions

Question 5 (6 marks) Answer Questions in Chinese

Question 6 (8 marks) Answer Questions in Chinese

Question 7 (10 marks) Answer Questions in Chinese

SECTION C: TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISH

Question 8 (10 marks) Translate the following article about the Chinese language into English.

Author(s): David Yao

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