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.
能大致聽懂外籍人士正常速度的一般談話及詢問，但無法聽懂較有深度的社交談話。 實例：能大致聽懂影集《Two broke Girls》中正常速度的一般談話，如：「Martha Stewart loves our cupcakes!!」（瑪莎．史都華喜歡我們的杯子蛋糕！！），但由於不了解美國俚語及文化，而無法聽懂較有深度的談話，如：「You've got a dibs.」（你握有籌碼／權利）。
Student understands native speakers' conversations at a normal speed, but s/he cannot understand more advanced social conversations. E.g. Student understand the conversation between the characters in TV series ""Two broke Girls"", e.g. "Martha Stewart loves our cupcakes!!". But the student does not understand American idioms and cultures, s/he cannot understand more advanced conversations like "You've got a dibs".
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.
The student understands English stories, comics, commercials, short plays, short writings and letters. But s/he cannot read and understand the article about work and business. E.g. The student understands the new Apple product catalogue, but s/he does not understand the business writing format so s/he cannot totally understand the catalogue, like the terms and conditions section.
Students are able to translate longer Chinese articles to English, and can write about something they have experienced or are familiar with. However, they cannot write professionally - such as proper work reports or business mails. E.g. Students can use simple and casual words to write about their oversea travel experiences, but they cannot write a professional business trip report.
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