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Re: test example

How about displaying it as an image? I would be happy to lay out all
such questions in Adobe Illustrator. It might also inhibit cheating
through text-selection and browser-find on the word lists. -Eppcott

On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 9:53 AM, Pierre Abbat<phma@phma.optus.nu> wrote:
> On Wednesday 02 September 2009 08:51:25 xorxes wrote:
>> This is the kind of language proficiency test I have in mind:
>> http://www.transparent.com/tlquiz/proftest/english/tlengtest.htm
>> (English test)
>> http://www.transparent.com/tlquiz/proftest/spanish/tlspatest.htm
>> (Spanish test)
>> (there are several other languages there)
>> It's all multiple choice, divided into grammar, vocabulary and reading
>> comprehension sections. This won't be enough for a full proficiency
>> test, but for the first couple of levels seems ok and simple to do.
>> What do you think?
> This looks like what I have in mind too. (I got 91% on Spanish.)
> Some questions for the test:
> lo _cipnrkuku_ cu _punji_ le ri _sodva_ le zdani be lo _drata_ cipni .i _no
> srera_
> (The letters A-E should be under the underlines. I'm not sure of the best way
> to do this. Perhaps put the whole sentence in an HTML table with the
> underlined words in cells.)
> I have a beard.
> A. mi ponse lo xe'akre
> B. mi se xe'akre
> C. lo xe'akre po mi
> D. mi lo xe'akre cu ponse
> E. mi du xe'akre
> What other kinds of questions would be needed for a full proficiency test?
> Pierre