Self-rate your language skills

A little while back, I wrote about the question, Do you really want to be fluent? Here’s a chance to see where your language skills now stand. Just remember, C2 isn’t your automatic goal. If you only need to be a B1 to enjoy your language for the purposes for which you learned it, then a score of B1 is your indication to focus on maintenance and take advantage of being able to use a little bit of time and brainpower for other things.

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(via Polyglossic)

About G Barto

Geoffrey Barto has been teaching language and culture for more than twenty years. His focus is helping people use language to achieve their goals, both for personal growth and in building their careers. The right words can make all the difference in the world!
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1 Response to Self-rate your language skills

  1. Keeley says:

    I do believe all the ideas you have presented to your post.

    They are very convincing and will definitely work.
    Still, the posts are very brief for novices.
    Could you please extend them a little from next time?

    Thank you for the post.

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