IELTS | 3.5-4.5
The ability to use English in simple, repetitive contexts is essential for work. However, being able to carry on a conversation in English is also important in a lot of different situations.
The ability to understand and participate in a variety of conversations as well as express opinions is one key to being able to function well in simple work contexts.
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The candidate is best able to understand 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 is able to communicate in routine tasks that require a simple exchange of information on familiar topics and activities, as well as handle short social exchanges. Usually, the candidate understands enough to keep the conversation going.
The candidate can describe their family and other people, 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 to find specific, predictable information in everyday materials such as advertisements, prospectuses, menus, and timetables. The candidate is also able to understand short and simple personal letters.
The candidate is able to write short, concise notes and messages related to immediate needs. In addition, the candidate is able to write a simple personal letter, such as expressing gratitude.