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2010collegeapplication - COLLEGE DIVISION CLTAC 2010...

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COLLEGE DIVISION CLTAC 2010 MANDARIN SPEECH CONTEST APPLICATION FORM Division IV (College/University) Please Print LAST NAME _________________________ FIRST NAME _____________________________ NAME IN CHINESE __________________ ADDRESS ___________________________ CITY _________________________ ZIP _________ TELEPHONE _( _____) ________________ BIRTHPLACE _____________________________________ (If not born in USA, state years in USA _______________________________) CHINESE COURSE ENROLLED ____________________________________ COURSE TITLE ____________________________________ INSTRUCTOR’S NAME ___________________________ SCHOOL __________________________ CITY ___________________________ A. CHINESE LANGUAGE BACKGROUND 1. What language(s) do you speak at home? (Circle the appropriate answer) a) English only b) mostly Cantonese c) mostly Mandarin d) English/Cantonese e) English/Mandarin f) other ________________________ 2. Were you able to read/write Chinese characters prior to your training in Mandarin? (Circle the appropriate answer) a) no characters at all b) limited ability in characters c) able to read/write characters 3. Describe your Chinese language experience. List courses and semesters, study abroad, travel experience. (If you are enrolled in an intensive training course, state the number of contact hours per week and the length of training.) ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ B. SPEECH CONTEST RULES 1. Each contestant should compose his/her own original speech.
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