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SYLLABUS
Cambridge O Level Bengali French Nepali Sinhala Swahili Tamil

3204 3015 3202 3205 3162 3206

For examination in June 2014 Arabic German Setswana Spanish

3180 3025 3158 3035

For examination in November 2014

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Contents
1. Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 2 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Why choose Cambridge? Why choose Cambridge O Level? Why choose Cambridge O Level Languages? How can I find out more?

2. Bengali: Assessment at a glance .................................................................................... 4 2.1 Scheme of assessment summary 2.2 Availability 2.3 Combining this with other syllabuses

3. Bengali: Syllabus aims and objectives ............................................................................. 5 3.1 Aims 3.2 Assessment objectives

4. Bengali: Description of papers ........................................................................................ 7 4.1 Paper 1: Composition 4.2 Paper 2: Language Usage and Comprehension

5. Nepali: Assessment at a glance ...................................................................................... 8 5.1 Scheme of assessment summary 5.2 Availability 5.3 Combining this with other syllabuses

6. Nepali: Syllabus aims and objectives............................................................................... 9 6.1 Aims 6.2 Assessment objectives

7. Nepali: Description of papers ........................................................................................ 11 7.1 Paper 1

8. Arabic, Sinhala, Tamil: Assessment at a glance............................................................. 12 8.1 Scheme of assessment summary 8.2 Availability 8.3 Combining these with other syllabuses

9. Arabic, Sinhala, Tamil: Syllabus aims and objectives ..................................................... 14 9.1 Aims 9.2 Assessment objectives

10. Arabic, Sinhala, Tamil: Description of papers................................................................. 16 10.1 Paper 1: Composition 10.2 Paper 2: Translation and Reading Comprehension

11. Setswana: Assessment at a glance .............................................................................. 17 11.1 Scheme of assessment summary 11.2 Availability 11.3 Combining this with other syllabuses

12. Setswana: Syllabus aims and objectives ....................................................................... 19 12.1 Aims 12.2 Assessment objectives

13. Setswana: Description of papers .................................................................................. 21 13.1 Paper 1: Language 13.2 Paper 2: Literature

14. Swahili: Assessment at a glance ................................................................................... 23 14.1 Scheme of assessment summary 14.2 Availability 14.3 Combining this with other syllabuses

15. Swahili: Syllabus aims and objectives ........................................................................... 24 15.1 Aims 15.2 Assessment objectives

16. Swahili: Description of papers ....................................................................................... 26 16.1 Paper 1

17. French, German, Spanish: Assessment at a glance ...................................................... 27 17.1 Scheme of assessment summary 17.2 Availability 17.3 Combining these with other syllabuses

18. French, German, Spanish: Syllabus aims and objectives ............................................... 29 18.1 Aims 18.2 Assessment objectives...
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