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Being able to use Deutsch in simple, repetitive contexts is essential for work, but being able to carry on a conversation in English is also important in a lot of different situations.
One key to being able to function well in simple work contexts is the ability to understand and participate in a variety of conversations as well as express opinions.
Applicable to :
The candidate understands common phrases and vocabulary related to their personal life, like family information, shopping, their local area, and employment. The candidate is also able to catch the main points in short, clear, and simple messages and announcements.
The candidate can communicate in routine tasks that require a simple and direct exchange of information about familiar topics and activities. The candidate can usually handle short social exchanges, even though the candidate might not understand everything that is said.
The candidate can describe their family, living conditions, educational background, and present or most recent job using a series of phrases and sentences.
The candidate is able to read short and simple texts such as advertisements, prospectuses, menus, and timetables to find specific, predictable information in everyday materials. The candidate is also able to understand short and simple personal letters.
The candidate is able to communicate effectively through writing, whether it be taking care of immediate needs or expressing gratitude.