Can hold a simple conversation with a native speaker, but grammar and vocabulary make communication difficult.
Can hold a conversation with a native speaker using up to 3,000 words in active vocabulary. Grammar doesn't affect communication.
Can understand native speakers speaking slowly and can have a conversation on a wide number of topics. Can't discuss in detail because of limited vocabulary.
Student can roughly understand the local and international English news, but s/he is not able to understand a normal speed conversation. E.g. Student is able to roughly understand the report on Ukraine riots, but s/he cannot understand different accents, so the student cannot understand the English the local Ukraine people speak at a normal speed.
The student is able to give opinions on general issues in English, propose and answer questions at work or in everyday life, and communicate with foreigners. But s/he is still not able to use English to express personal opinions and thoughts fluently on issues s/he is interested in. E.g. The student can express his/her opinion on the rapid increase of Internet usage. But s/he cannot express his/her thought on playing PS4 because s/he is not able to extend the vocabulary and language.
能根據字詞結構、上下文意及句型結構等方式推測字詞意義或句子內容，並能有效應用各種閱讀技巧，如擷取大意和推敲文意等。但無法理解短劇或簡易新聞報導等的情節內容。 實例：能透過推敲文意閱讀一般與麥當勞相關之廣告文宣，但因不熟悉新聞報導中的Golden Arches（金色拱門）相當於McDonald's（麥當勞），而無法理解與麥當勞相關之簡易新聞報導內容。
Student can read and understand the message an English paragraph wants to convey by reading it through carefully. S/he is also familiar with various English reading skills and can do extensive reading. But s/he cannot understand English stories, comics, commercials, short plays, short writings and letters. E.g. The student can guess the meaning of McDonald's advertising material and pamphlets, but the student does not know that the report is on McDonald's because s/he cannot relate Golden Arches to McDonald's logo.
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