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원어민 영어회화 강좌의 레벨설명

관리자 | 조회 725 | 2018-10-10 10:09

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English Conversation Program of LEC







 Level 1

Students show no proficiency at all.

They are able to understand little or none of what is said in English.

They cannot speak except for a word or two.







 Level 2

Students produce and repeat only receptive language.

They are using only isolated words and expressions.

They are able to understand conversational language in varying degrees but they are unable to use the language for effective communication.

They might be able to repeat short phrases or words commonly used to meet basic needs.







 Level 3

Students understand most of what is said in general conversation.

In addition, they can make themselves understood by using a few phrases and very simple sentences.

However, sentences they produce are often incoherent and difficult to associate with a storyline.

They use the language with phonological, syntactic or semantic errors that may impede the communication, but retain much of its meaning.

They are able to communicate ideas and feelings using “survival language.”

If you’re level 3, you’re able to know survival English. Survival English for traveling in English-speaking countries. Basically, short-term stays in these countries.







 Level 4

Students are able to express their ideas by using longer and more coherent sentences, often with systematic errors that do not impede the overall meaning of the communication.

These errors tend to be repeated. They can control syntactic structures including plurals, articles, pronouns, and verb endings.

They still have difficulty in combining words with the ease of the native speaker.

 

If you’re in levels 4 or 5, you are able to do a study/work abroad program for a year or less.







 Level 5

Students control most of the basic structures of the language.

They are approaching native-like proficiency and fluency.

Their occasional errors in either syntax or vocabulary are common among native speakers.

 

If you’re in levels 4 or 5, you are able to do a study/work abroad program for a year or less.

If you’re in Level 5 and 6, you are able to live in the English-speaking countries for at least a year.







 Level 6

The students are able to express their thoughts and ideas easily and well like native speakers.

They are fluent speakers and are able to construct sentences that are complete, coherent, and syntactically correct with native-like proficiency.

 

If you’re in Level 5 and 6, you are able to live in the English-speaking countries for at least a year.

 

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