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I plan to take the entrance exam for ESIT in one or two years from now, but I'm having difficulties deciding which language combination to have. French is an obvious A (native language), and I my English is stronger than my Chinese (so far) ; on the other hand, I'm planning to go to China for a year and I practice it on a daily basis (my husband's chinese). Three basic problems here : 1) I fear my chinese won't be good enough to make a B, even after a year in China 2) I'd really like to have English as an active language as well. 3) I don't which combination makes the most sense

Could someone help me out ?

asked 10 Nov '15, 08:42

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Juliette
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Le niveau attendu d'une langue B et les manières d'y parvenir ont été déjà été abordées sur le site, de même que la demande pour chacun des marchés. En lisant les différents fils, tu devrais tomber sur des réponses plus étayées :

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answered 10 Nov '15, 09:15

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Je te remercie. J'aurais dû me douter que cela avait déjà été abordé, merci :)

(10 Nov '15, 09:23) Juliette
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