Note: These NAATI CCL Nepali past-exam dialogues are topics only. Full dialogues are available in our course.
When it comes to NAATI CCL test preparation, most people have no idea where and how to prepare.
Some students think ‘Oh this is easy, I have studied English and Nepali (or your mother tongue) for many years – it shouldn’t be difficult”. And then they don’t practise at all underestimating the exam difficulty.
On the other hand, some start to panic. They think the CCl exam, where language interpretation is required, must be very difficult. They then start practicing very difficult dialogues on Legal and Immigration topics. Next, they’ll start memorizing numerous words with no end to it. How many words can you memorise? All the words in English and Nepali? That is impossible!
This is why it is paramount to understand and practise past-exam dialogues. This gives you an idea of the limited dialogues and vocabulary you need to practise. And don’t worry – there are about 50 dialogues on average which you can practise in less than a month and be ready for the NAATI exam.
In the NAATI CCL examination, past-exam material is repeated similar to PTE. There is a ‘question bank’ with many dialogues under all the 12 exam dialogue topics. Practising these dialogues and vocabulary will certainly help you pass the CCL test easily.
Here are a few NAATI CCL Nepali past-exam dialogues from the exam conducted in 2021 and 2022.
Note: this is for English – Nepali language only. Other languages may or may not have had the same dialogues.
NAATI CCL Nepali Past-Exam Dialgoue: 09 December 2020
Dialogue 1: A parent speaking with a teacher regarding how his son not submitting assignments on time – EDUCATION
Dialogue 2: A factory worker asking for extra shifts over the weekend – EMPLOYMENT
Dialogue 3: A new restaurant owner trying to find advertisement services – BUSINESS
Dialogue 4: Public trustee – LEGAL
NAATI CCL Nepali Past-Exam Dialogue: 24 January 2022
Dialogue 1: A father speaking to a real estate agent regarding finding a house suitable for his disabled son – HOUSING
Dialogue 2: A patient consulting with a GP after suffering a shoulder injury while playing sports – HEALTH
Dialogue 3: A new mother speaking to a community nurse regarding taking care of a newborn – HEALTH
Dialogue 4: A daughter speaking with a nurse regarding arranging aged care assessment for her elderly mother – SOCIAL SERVICES
NAATI CCL Nepali Past-Exam Dialogue: 24 February 2022
Dialogue 1: Electricity bill payment – CONSUMER AFFAIRS: A customer calls the energy provider to ask about the high electricity bill.
Dialogue 2: Flute lesson enquiry – EDUCATION: A parent wants his daughter to take flue lessons from the school music teacher.
NAATI CCL Nepali Past-Exam Dialogue:03 March 2022
Dialogue 1: Garden Shed dispute with neighbour – COMMUNITY
Dialogue 2: Renewing rental lease – HOUSING
NAATI CCL Nepali Past-Exam Dialogue:24 March 2022
Dialogue 1: Opening a school banking account – FINANCE
Dialogue 2: Discussion with supervisor after new staff’s trial shift – EMPLOYMENT
Dialogue 3: Taking care of elderly mother – SOCIAL SERVICES
Dialogue 4: Find a rental property near the train station – HOUSING
How often are these dialogues repeated? I’d say about a 60% to 80% chance of repetition. Every month NAATI conducts 2 to 3 CCL online tests. We add dialogues similar to these topics to our course every month. You can access full dialogues and vocabulary too.
As of now, there are 55 past-exam dialogues and about 1,000 vocabularies in Crash Kit and Silver Kit, whereas Gold Kit has 65+ dialogues and 2000+ vocabulary. Gold kit and Silver Kit have other non-past-exam additional dialogues too.
So, what are you waiting for? Enroll in one of our NAATI CCL online courses, and increase your chances of passing the CCL test.