Check list for English learner Students

4 años 4 meses antes #460 por arqland
This is the Check List for English learner Students

according to The European Framework of Reference

for Languages.



Checklist for A0 Beginner level learners:
I can spell my personal details, name and address with some help YES NO
I can write a short simple message sending greetings YES NO
I can use simple phrases to describe where I live YES NO
I can interact with help and reply in an interview it simple direct questions spoken very slowly YES NO
I can ask and answer simple questions on very familiar topics YES NO
I can understand familiar names and simple words, for ex: on posters, publicity, etc. YES NO
I can recognise basic words and phrases concerning myself and my immediate surroundings YES NO

Checklist for A1 Elementary level learners:
I can spell my personal details, names of everyday objects and regularly used set phrases YES NO
I can write a short simple message sending greetings YES NO
I can ask and answer simple questions on very familiar topics in an area of immediate need YES NO
I can recognise familiar words and basic phrases concerning myself, my family and my immediate surroundings when someone speaks clearly and slowly to me YES NO
I can reply in an interview to simple direct questions spoken very slowly and clearly YES NO
I can understand instructions and follow simple directions when addressed slowly and simply YES NO
I can ask people for things and give people things when they ask for them slowly and simply YES NO
I can make and introduction and use basic greetings and leave-taking expressions YES NO
I can ask how people are and react to news YES NO
I can use simple sentences and link words with very basic linear connectors like and or then YES NO
I can pronounce a limited amount of learnt phrases that can be understood with some effort by native speakers YES NO
I can establish basic social contact by using the simplest everyday polite forms of greetings and farewells, introductions, saying please, thank you, excuse me, etc. YES NO


Checklist for A2 Pre Intermediate level learners:
I can understand familiar vocabulary for everyday purpose, like shopping and housework YES NO
I can understand the main point in a short clear simple messages and announcements YES NO
I can find specific predictable information in everyday text like ads, menus and timetables YES NO
I can communicate in a simple and routine tasks in a simple and direct exchange of information YES NO
I can have very short social conversations and I can show that I am following a conversation YES NO
I can use some phrases and sentences to describe people, my family , my job and education YES NO
I can read and write short simple notes and messages and personal letters of thanks YES NO
I can handle short social exchanges but not enough to understand everything YES NO
I can write about everyday aspects of my environment, family, job, living and study conditions YES NO
I can write very short basic descriptions of events, past activities and personal experiences YES NO
I can understand simple directions and instructions YES NO
I can ask and answer questions and exchange ideas and information on familiar topics YES NO
I can ask simply for repetition when I do not understand and I can ask for clarification YES NO
I can pronounce words quite clearly, but i do have a noticeable foreign accent YES NO

Checklist for B1 Intermediate level learners:
I can understand the main points of clear standard speech on topics I am interested in YES NO
I can understand the descriptions of events, feelings and wishes in a personal letters YES NO
I can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling YES NO
I can connect phrases is a simple way to describe experiences and events, dreams and hopes YES NO
I can narrate a story or relate the plot of a book or film and describe my reactions YES NO
I can write simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest YES NO
I can deliver short rehearsed announcements on relevant topics YES NO
I can speak clearly despite having heavy L1 (mother tongue) stress and intonation patters YES NO
I can summarise, report and give my opinion on accumulated factual information YES NO
I can identify general messages and specific details, provided speech is in standard dialect YES NO
I can follow a lecture or talk in my own area provided the subject matter is familiar YES NO
I can understand the main points of radio news bulletins, and the information content of the majority of recorder or broadcast audio material on familiar topics in clear standard speech YES NO
I can understand simple technical information such as operating instructions for equipment YES NO
I can follow detailed written and spoken instructions and directions YES NO
I can enter into conversations on familiar topics, express opinion and exchange information YES NO
I can exchange and check information, deal with less routine situations and explain problems YES NO
I can express thoughts on abstract cultural topics such as the arts without difficulty YES NO
I can initiate, maintain and close simple face-to-face conversation on a familiar topics YES NO
I can intervene in a discussion on familiar topics, using suitable phrases to get the turn YES NO
I can summarise the point reached in a discussion to help focus to talk YES NO
I can during a straightforward lecture or talk as a list of key points YES NO
I can take simple notes and paraphrase in writing short passages using original words YES NO
I can pronounce English clearly and intelligibly even if my L1 is noticeable YES NO


Checklist for B2 Upper Intermediate level learners:
I can understand extended speech and talks, and follow the argument on familiar topics YES NO
I can understand most TV and radio news, current affairs programmes and most films YES NO
I can read articles and reports concerned with contemporary literary prose YES NO
I can interact with some fluency making regular interaction with native speakers possible YES NO
I can take an active part in discussion in familiar contexts, defending my views YES NO
I can explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of options YES NO
I can write clear detailed text on a wide range of subject related to my interests YES NO
I can write an essay or report giving reasons in support of or against a particular viewpoint YES NO
I can understand standard spoken speech, live or broadcast, on any topic normally encountered in personal social academic or vocational life. Only extreme background noise, inadequate discourse structure or idiomatic usage influences the ability to understand YES NO
I can keep up with animated conversation between native speakers YES NO
I can catch much of what is sad around me with some effort but may find it difficult to participate effectively in discussion with native speakers who do not modify their language in any way YES NO
I can follow the essentials of lectures and talks presented for professionals YES NO
I can understand announcements and messages spoken un standard dialect at normal speed. YES NO
I can read with a large degree of independence, adapting style and speed reading to different texts and purpose and using appro0piate reference sources selectively YES NO
I can use language fluently accurately and effectively on a wide range of general academic vocational and leisure topics, marking the relationship between ideas. YES NO
I can Communicate spontaneously with good grammatical control without much sign of having restrict what i want to say a can adapt to the formality of the circumstances. YES NO
I can understand what is said to me in standard speech even in a noisy environment YES NO
I can intervene appropriately in discussion, give feedback and follow up statements and inferences to help the development of the discussion, inviting others to join in YES NO
I can initiate maintain and end discourse appropriately with effective turn-taking with difficulty YES NO
I can use stock phrases to gain time and keep the turn whilst formulating what to say YES NO
I can ask questions to check that I have understood what speaker intended to say YES NO
I can understand a clearly structure lecture on a familiar subject and can take notes on points even though I tend to concentrate on individuals words and sometimes miss information YES NO
I can summarise a wide range of texts discussion contrasting points of view, including extracts from news items or documentaries containing opinions arguments and discussion YES NO
I can speak clearly and have almost natural L2 pronunciation and intonation YES NO
I can communicate quite fluently but I hesitate as I thinks of expressions YES NO



Checklist for C1 Advance level learners:
I can understand extended speech even when it is not clearly structure and when relationships are only implied and not signally explicitly YES NO
I can understand long an complex factual and literary text, appreciating distinctions of style YES NO
I can understand specialised articles and technical instructions not related to my field YES NO
I can express myself fluently and spontaneously without obvious searching for expressions YES NO
I can use language effectively and flexibly for social and professional purposes YES NO
I can express myself in clear well-structured text, expressing points of view ta some length YES NO
I can select and use writing style appropriate to the reader in mind discussing complex subjects YES NO
I can recognise a range of expressions and colloquialism and register shifts YES NO
I can easily understand complex interactions and debate abstract, complex unfamiliar topics YES NO
I can follow most lectures and talks, discussions and debates with relative ease YES NO
I can extract specific information from poor quality, audibly distorted public announcements YES NO
I can understand complex technical information such as operating instructions YES NO
I can understand a wide range of recorded and broadcast audio material including some non-standard usage and identify points of detail including implicit attitudes between speakers YES NO
I can understand in detail lengthy complex texts using occasional use of a dictionary YES NO
I can express myself fluently and spontaneously almost effortlessly. I have good command of a broad lexical repertoire, allowing gaps to be readily overcome with circulations and with little evidence of my searching for expressions or avoidance strategies and only a conceptually difficult subject can hinder a natural smooth flow of languages YES NO
I can understand speech on abstract topics of a specialist nature, needing to confirm some details YES NO
I can select a suitable phrases from a readily available range of discourse functions to preface my remarks appropriately in order to get the floor to gain time and keep the turn whilst thinking YES NO
I can take detailed notes during a lecture topics in my field of interest, recording the information accurately and close enough to the original to be useful to other people YES NO
I can vary my intonation ad place sentence stress correctly to express fine shades of meaning. YES NO




Checklist for C2 Proficiency level learners:
I can understand without any difficulty and kind of spoken language whether live or broadcast even when delivered at fast native speed provided I have time to get familiar with accent YES NO
I can read with ease virtually all forms of the written language including abstract structurally or linguistically complex texts such as manuals specialised articles and literary works YES NO
I can take part effortlessly in any discussion using idiomatic expressions and colloquialism YES NO
I can express myself fluently and convey finer shades of meaning precisely and if I do have a problem I can backtrack and restructure around the difficulty so other people are not aware of it YES NO
I can present a clear description or argument in a style appropriate to the context and with an effective structure which helps the person with whom I am speaking to notice significant points YES NO
I can write clear smoothly flowing text in an appropriate style YES NO
I can write complex letter reports or articles which present a case with an effective logical structure which helps the reader to notice and remember salient points YES NO
I can write summaries and reviews of professional and literary works YES NO
I can substitute and equivalent term for a word I can not recall smoothly so it is not noticeable YES NO
I can follow specialised lectures and presentations employing a high degree of colloquialism, regional usage or unfamiliar terminology YES NO
I can understand and interpret critically all form of written language including abstract, structurally complex and highly colloquial literacy and factual written text YES NO
I can understand a wide range of long and complex texts appreciating subtle distinction of style YES NO
I can speak fluently and accurately, having a good command of idiomatic expressions and colloquialisms with awareness of connotative levels of meaning YES NO
I can convey finer shades of meaning by using accurately a wide range of modification devices YES NO
I can understand any native speaker interlocutor even on abstract and complex topics of a specialist nature beyond my own field, given and opportunity to adjust to a non-standard accent YES NO

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4 años 4 meses antes #462 por arqland
This is an example of a C1 - C2 student level test results.

Your results
80% - Proficient User
(Marco Común Europeo de Referencia para las Lenguas,  C Level)
Congratulations on completing the EFCELT! Based on your test score, you demonstrate that you already are an advanced English speaker and can express yourself spontaneously without effort. You can master complex discussions and should feel at ease in most situations.

However, to reach real fluency, you need to add to your already wide range of expressions, enrich your vocabulary in specific areas (work or leisure) and keep practicing with a native-speaking teacher either one-on-one or in small groups. This will not only further enhance your level of fluency but also increase your cultural understanding of the English language and thus perfect its use.
Resultados detallados

Detailed results
* Understanding / Listening
Can understand extended speech even when it is not clearly structured and when relationships are only implied and not signalled explicitly. Can understand television programmes and films without too much effort.
* Reading
Can understand long and complex factual and literary texts, appreciating distinction of style. Can understand specialised articles and longer technical instructions, even when they do not relate to a known field.
* Speaking
Can speak fluently and spontaneously without much searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social and professional purposes. Can formulate ideas and opinions with precision and relate contributions skillfully to those of other speakers.
* Spoken Production
Can present clear, detailed descriptions of complex subjects, developing points and rounding off with an appropriate conclusion.
* Writing
Can write clear, well-structured text, expressing points of view at some length. Can write about complex subjects in letters, essays, and reports stressing ideas. Can select style appropriate to target reader.
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