At the third level on the new HSK test, the HSK writing exercises are fairly simple: you will be given a number of words and simple phrases which have been scrambled into nonsense. Your goal is to rearrange these segments into a grammatically complete sentence. You will be asked to demonstrate proficiency with the written Chinese script by writing the complete sentences on the exam paper yourself.

For the most realistic test experience, you should probably print out this exam and try it yourself. That said, if you're looking for a quick test online, just load our online quiz and try to click and drag the words into the proper order. You'll know when you get the answer right, as the individual words will resolve into a complete sentence. So good luck and have fun.

 said on
July 24, 2015
Hi, Could anyone please double check the keys to this exercise? It doesn't seem correct. Thank you very much!

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