Knows the alphabet, but can't pronounce sounds or make words.
Can recognize common daily English words but can't to use them in a conversation.
Can use one word answers to questions but can't use these words to make sentences.
Can understand simple conversations and can answer questions using complete sentences.
Can use simple sentences to talk about a small number of topics for only a few minutes.
Can participate in conversations about daily topics using 3 or 4 complete sentences.
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.
Can understand and participate in conversations with native speakers. Grammar doesn't affect communication, but limited vocabulary makes detailed discussion difficult.
Can communicate well with a native speaker using every day English. S/he has enough vocabulary to talk about a wide range of topics. Grammar and fluency don't affect communication, but needs more detailed vocabulary.
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.
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