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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.
Most professionals who hold a master's degree are expected to be competent in both speaking and writing, with strong grammar skills.
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Candidates who have advanced listening skills can understand most TV news and current affairs programmes as well as follow complex lines of argument on familiar topics.
The candidate has great communication skills with native speakers, which makes regular conversation easy. The candidate is also able to actively participate in discussions on familiar topics, express and defend their views.
The candidate has the ability to communicate effectively on a wide variety of topics related to their field of interest. They are able to explain their views on current issues and outline the pros and cons of various options.
The candidate is able to read articles and reports and understand the writers' attitudes or viewpoints. The candidate is able to understand contemporary literary prose.
The candidate is a strong communicator and can easily share information on a wide variety of subjects related to his/her interests. The candidate can write an excellent essay or report, giving reasons in support of or against a particular point of view. The candidate is also able to write letters that capture the personal significance of events and experiences.