Can communicate well in a variety of situations using business and social English vocabulary. Grammar and fluency don't affect communication, but s/he needs to use appropriate vocabulary to avoid misunderstandings.
can communicate effectively with a group of native speakers in a business environment or social situation. Grammar and fluency don't affect communication. However, s/he needs to better understand English language usage to reduce communication problems.
can communicate effectively in any business or social situation. Grammar mistakes and fluency doesn't affect communication. S/he needs to improve very specific and high level business and social vocabulary.
English language abilities are equivalent to the linguistic competence of a native speaker who has received higher education. Students can use English effectively and precisely under all kinds of circumstances.
Student understands different English accents, idioms and slang terms, understand English in various forms and context at a highly advanced level. Student's level is similar to a highly educated native English speaker. E.g. Student understands the presentations present by scholars from different countries at an international academic conference. S/he understands the accents from different countries and his/her comprehension level is similar to a highly educated native English speaker.
Student is able to read literal English work, academic writings and professional articles. But his/her reading and comprehension speed is not as fast as native speakers. E.g. The student understands medical publications, but his/her reading speed is slower than native speakers because s/he is not familiar with medical vocabulary.
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