Investigation and Analysis of the Translation Tests in CET-4: Taking Software Engineering Students in Jiangxi Normal University as an Example

Qingsheng LU

Abstract


College English Test (abbreviated as CET) is one of the major language tests in China. Its purpose is to measure Chinese college students’comprehensive ability in English and it plays a positive role in achieving the goal of college English curriculum. Since its birth, CET has been reformed in scoring system, score reporting, test content and test questions, especially in translation test. This will enhance college English translation teaching which has been ignored for a long time. The paper mainly analyzes the reform of the translation test types in College English Test Band 4 and the current situation of translation teaching for non-English majors. 194 software engineering college students in Jiangxi normal university were required to accomplish the questionnaire survey to inquire into the problems they had encountered in CET-4 translation test and their translation learning situation in class, hoping to provide teachers and students with constructive suggestions with regard to college English translation teaching and learning.


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CET-4; Translation test types; College English teaching

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11113

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