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What level of language competency does my child fall under?
Beginner - At this language level, a student can recognise simple characters, say basic sentences, including asking and answering simple questions. This is essentially the starting point of the language proficiency levels, and reflects a student who has begun to study a language. (Reference: 10-20 characters)
Improver - At the Improver level, students are able to carry casual conversations and express themselves in four to five sentences at a go. Students at this level will still need help with more extensive conversations.(Reference: 20-50 characters)
Advanced - Students at the Advanced level will have extensive vocabulary that enable them to effortless communicate with others, forming longer, uninterrupted statements. They will easily handle familiar topics and are able to recombine learned material to express themselves. Students may still require support on grammar and pronunciation, as these can often be influenced by their first language. (Reference: 50-100 characters)
Native - Students that the Native level can express themselves just as fluently as native speakers. They can communication on a broad range of topics, from reality to more abstract concepts. They should be able to speak at length without much hesitation. (Reference: 100+ characters)
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