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Cracking the Naturalization Language Exam - A Guide

Who can and cannot be a dual national, as well as the joys and frustrations accompanying that status. Includes ROC Passport and Military Conscription issues
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Re: Cracking the Naturalization Language Exam - A Guide

Postby bismarck » 07 Sep 2010, 12:45

Northcoast Surfer wrote:
bismarck wrote:No one wants to use my translation even... :fume: :( :cry: :aiyo:
Don't depair mate! I included your translation in the package. They must use your translation guide in conjuction with the cracking guide! :D You think I wanted to take all the blame by myself? You're just as guilty as I, but probably more guility because you started it first! :roflmao:

:discodance: Woo Hoo!!

We be partners in crime! :thumbsup:
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Re: Cracking the Naturalization Language Exam - A Guide

Postby Battery9 » 07 Sep 2010, 13:05

yup, don't have the answers out in the open..last thing we need is a story run by some newspaper that everyone is cheating on the test.
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Re: Cracking the Naturalization Language Exam - A Guide

Postby bismarck » 07 Sep 2010, 14:04

Battery9 wrote:yup, don't have the answers out in the open..last thing we need is a story run by some newspaper that everyone is cheating on the test.

Ja, all three or four of us...lol :wink:
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Re: Cracking the Naturalization Language Exam - A Guide

Postby A-ha » 08 Nov 2010, 23:00

Just some feedback: I decided not to write the naturalization exam because I only had a few more hours to go with my "East Asian Bride" course (which I have now completed). However, a friend of mine is also applying for candidature soon, so I forwarded the "Forumosa Study Method" to her. She can't speak Mandarin, other than the usual 'please' and 'thank you'. She studied for a week, using this method. She went to write the test this morning and got 85! She only needed 60 to pass.

:thanks: So, on behalf of my friend, thank you North Coast and Bismarck! :notworthy: This does work for sure. :notworthy:
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Re: Cracking the Naturalization Language Exam - A Guide

Postby Northcoast Surfer » 09 Nov 2010, 00:20

A-ha wrote:Just some feedback: I decided not to write the naturalization exam because I only had a few more hours to go with my "East Asian Bride" course (which I have now completed). However, a friend of mine is also applying for candidature soon, so I forwarded the "Forumosa Study Method" to her. She can't speak Mandarin, other than the usual 'please' and 'thank you'. She studied for a week, using this method. She went to write the test this morning and got 85! She only needed 60 to pass.

:thanks: So, on behalf of my friend, thank you North Coast and Bismarck! :notworthy: This does work for sure. :notworthy:
Awesome! Thanks for the feedback!
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Re: Cracking the Naturalization Language Exam - A Guide

Postby bismarck » 09 Nov 2010, 02:45

A-ha wrote:Just some feedback: I decided not to write the naturalization exam because I only had a few more hours to go with my "East Asian Bride" course (which I have now completed). However, a friend of mine is also applying for candidature soon, so I forwarded the "Forumosa Study Method" to her. She can't speak Mandarin, other than the usual 'please' and 'thank you'. She studied for a week, using this method. She went to write the test this morning and got 85! She only needed 60 to pass.

:thanks: So, on behalf of my friend, thank you North Coast and Bismarck! :notworthy: This does work for sure. :notworthy:

It's a total and complete pleasure! :thumbsup:
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