How is chinese students' communicative competence?

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How is chinese students' communicative competence?

Post by sandysandy » Tue Jul 13, 2004 6:27 pm

Hi, Guys! I am doing some reserach about chinese students' communicative competence. I would like to hear your opinions, thank you for your participation.
(1) How do you think chinese students' communicative competence generally?
a. competent b. fair c. uncompetent
(2) What do you think is chinese students' weakest skill in communication?
a. listening b. understanding c. pronuncation d. fluency
(3) Chinese students are lack of confidence and the cultrual knowledge.
a. disagree b. uncertain c. agree
waiting for your answers :wink:

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Post by Lorikeet » Tue Jul 13, 2004 6:34 pm

Er...I responded to the first post you made (this is the third). I don't understand why you put a question about Chinese speakers in a thread about Texas.

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