Nato Standardization Agreement For Language Proficiency Levels

LEVEL 1 (SURVIVAL) Enough understanding to understand simple, very predictable, personal conversations in a standard dialect on daily social and professional topics. Not only does it include brief conversations based on simple questions and answers, but it also has a limited and unsustainable ability to understand slightly longer conversations on concrete topics. shows a limited and unsustainable ability to understand descriptions of people, places and things; Stories of events Factual information and simple instructions or instructions. In general, it is not able to get the understanding of texts the length of the paragraph. The most well understood themes include basic needs such as food, accommodation, transportation, shopping, family, personal interests and interests, as well as travel plans. However, shows a certain ability to understand several related phrases related to workplace communication, current events, responses to requests for information and clarifications. It is very likely that she understands the main idea of this type of spoken text, but that she may misunderstand some of the facts of support. Similarly, simple structures are understood in short spoken texts, but more complex structures may be misunderstood. Shows a very limited ability to understand the general meaning of the language spoken from the media. Natives accustomed to talking to non-natives may need to repeat or rephrase to be understood. Level 2 – sufficient functional comprehension to read a simple authentic written material on familiar topics. Can read simple, concrete, factual texts that may contain descriptions of people, places and things; and stories about current, past and future events.

Contexts include news stories that frequently describe recurring events, simple biographical information, social indications, routine business letters, and simple technical material intended for the general reader. Can read simple but authentic prose on familiar topics that are usually presented in predictable order that helps the reader understand. Can find and understand the most important ideas and details in the material for the general reader and can answer factual questions about such texts. Can`t draw conclusions directly from the text or understand the intricacies of the language surrounding the factual material. Can easily understand prose, which is mainly designed in high-frequency sentence templates. Although the active vocabulary is not broad, the reader can use contextual and real indications to understand the texts. Can be slow in performing this task and misunderstood some information. May be able to group, sort and locate specific information in parental texts about its specific domain, but no consistency or reliability.

LEVEL 3 (PROFESSIONAL) Can effectively write all kinds of correspondences, documents and formal and informal documents on practical, social and professional topics. Use written language to create professional test length documents, such as .B. reasons for policy or policy advocacy as well as advanced argument and analysis. Can generally work on very abstract concepts, with abstract formulations, writing on complex subjects (economics, culture, science and technology, as well as his professional field). Can sometimes perform sophisticated language tasks, such as. B writing to represent an official point of view.