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# I am not a native speeker of English. I am a chinese. When I

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I am not a native speeker of English. I am a chinese.
When I dealt with CR questions, I find it quite dizzy for me if the question is filled with terminology that has a huge impact on my conprehension.
Who can help me cope with my problem Thnx!

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07 Oct 2009, 15:20
hlc23 wrote:
I am not a native speeker of English. I am a chinese.
When I dealt with CR questions, I find it quite dizzy for me if the question is filled with terminology that has a huge impact on my conprehension.
Who can help me cope with my problem Thnx!

You can try checking out the meanings for the words you do not understand at first. If you do this for like a 200-300 questions you will exhaust most of the words used.

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08 Oct 2009, 01:55
jax91 wrote:
hlc23 wrote:
I am not a native speeker of English. I am a chinese.
When I dealt with CR questions, I find it quite dizzy for me if the question is filled with terminology that has a huge impact on my conprehension.
Who can help me cope with my problem Thnx!

You can try checking out the meanings for the words you do not understand at first. If you do this for like a 200-300 questions you will exhaust most of the words used.

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Re: Plz help me!   [#permalink] 08 Oct 2009, 01:55
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