This week, Year 7 students participated in the HSK level 1 word competition. We have finished studying HSK level 1, so we use this opportunity to review all the words, and then we will start studying HSK level 2. The Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK for short) is an international Chinese proficiency standardized test established to test the Chinese proficiency of non-native Chinese speakers. There are currently six levels of HSK. Candidates who have passed HSK level 6 can easily understand the information they hear or read in Chinese and express their opinions in Chinese fluently in oral or written form. I hope their Chinese level is getting higher and higher. In the end, Ava and Alice won first and second place.