Don’t, I am from the Chinese Department. My teacher is a Mandarin tester. She said that there are too many templates for scrambled eggs with tomatoes. Then our teacher said that this is a digression. Also, it’s best not to memorize poems, lyrics, book titles, or repeat a paragraph. If you want to say something, just quote a few sentences. Don’t say it throughout. This is what you say. Those sentences will be regarded as invalid segments, and the time occupied by these sentences will not be counted as three minutes, and then points will be deducted if the time is not enough, so it is best to say it yourself. The Putonghua test is quite simple. Don’t be too nervous. You can pass the second class with a word by word and a more rounded tone during the test. One B is more difficult, but it should be simpler for northerners. Anyway, I am a southerner who can’t distinguish between the front and back nasal sounds, so I can only pass the second class. , The second question reads vocabulary, the third question reads the text segment, and the fourth question speaks according to the given topic. The first three questions are all scored by the machine. The last question will show the audio of your speech recorded on the computer to the Mandarin tester, and then the Mandarin tester will give the score, and then calculate the total score. If your score is more than one B, it may be reviewed. The review is that the Mandarin tester will listen to your audio from the first to the fourth question again, and then give the score again. Of course, it may be different in different places, and different Mandarin testers give different points, so I don’t know if it is inconsistent with what I said. The suggestion I can give is that it’s best to talk about the propositions by yourself. You can search for several propositions on Baidu and prepare them in advance. If you really don’t want to prepare, then immediately start to use your imagination to compile it when you get the question. Don’t worry too much, anyway, you can take another test if you don’t take it once. Come on!