What are the different levels of English proficiency?

English language levels description:

  • English Basic User (A1, A2) A1 (Beginner) A2 (Elementary English)
  • English Independent User (B1, B2) B1 (Intermediate English) B2 (Upper-Intermediate English)
  • Proficient English User (C1, C2) C1 (Advanced English) C2 (Proficiency English)

How can I describe my English proficiency?

Here are the expressions we use to describe high levels of proficiency:

  • I speak English with near-native proficiency.
  • I am bilingual in Spanish and English.
  • I am trilingual.
  • I am multilingual.
  • I am a native English speaker.
  • I am a native speaker of English.

What level is fluent?

In my view, B2 is the level where you are fluent. If you look at the summary description below you will see that this level, sort of advanced intermediate, is actually quite high. It means you understand most situations, and can express yourself on a wide variety of subjects, albeit with mistakes.

What is Level 2 English proficiency?

Level 2 – Emerging Limited ability to communicate in English. Understands simple directions. Begins to recognize environmental print. Limited understanding of English vocabulary. Limited ability to decode unknown words.

How do I describe my English level on my CV?

Understanding Levels of Language Proficiency Resume

  • Intermediate (B1) and Upper-intermediate (B2). You can carry out basic conversations in a wide variety of situations, but you still make grammar mistakes.
  • Advanced (C1).
  • Proficient/Fluent (C2).
  • Native or bilingual.

What are the levels of language proficiency?

The term “levels of fluency” refers to predetermined levels of language skills that correlate with a person’s proficiency when speaking, writing and reading a foreign language….5 – Native / bilingual proficiency.

Intermediate (Low/Mid/High) 1+
Advanced Low 2
Advanced Mid 2+
Advanced High 3/3+

How do I describe my English skills on a resume?

There are alternatives as far as the proficiency phrasing goes, as well:

  • Advanced: native, fluent, proficient, advanced, mother tongue, upper-intermediate.
  • Mid-range: intermediate, conversational, competent, professional.
  • Beginner: elementary, beginner, basic, pre-intermediate, limited working proficiency.

How do you describe language proficiency on a resume?

How to find your language level

  1. Basic: indicates you know simple words and phrases.
  2. Conversational: indicates that you can carry on a conversation, although not fluently.
  3. Proficient: indicates a high level of comfort with the use of a language in spoken or written form, but isn’t yet at the level of a native speaker.

How to improve language proficiency in English?

Here are some of my tactics: Maintain a Diary/Journal: Ever since I was ten, I have had a number of diaries for different phases of my life. Read Out Loud: Take anything – a little book, pamphlet or an article. Watch English Movies and Shows: This is a common method, but an effective one.

What is the lack of proficiency in English?

The factors low English proficiency among most learners are due to two factors; internal factors such as no confident when using English, negative attitude towards the English language and external factor like the limited opportunities to use English outside the classroom. Most learners have lack of confidence when using English language.

What is the global scale of English?

The Global Scale of English (GSE) is the world’s first truly global standard for scoring English language proficiency. In development for 25 years and tested on over 10,000 students in 130 countries – including Gulf countries, the GSE will transform how English is assessed, taught and scored in the Arab region, and around the world.

What is progress in English language proficiency?

Progress toward English language proficiency is specific to English learners. It measures the average progress English learners make toward individual growth targets on the ACCESS for ELLs test. Read a summary of the progress toward English language proficiency indicator.