Language Profiles

Language Profiles give three detailed views of a language student’s current ability with a given language:

1. Overall Proficiency Levels
This view gives a high level overview in the areas of Listening; Speaking; Reading; and optionally Writing.

2. Progress Standard
This view shows how the student is progressing in the areas of Grammar; Pronunciation, Stress and Intonation; Fluency; Vocabulary Range; and General Comprehension.

3. Control of Grammatical Structure and Patterns
This view gives a detailed breakdown of how masterful the student is in each of seventeen areas of the language, including the main tenses and moods.

Language Profiles can be thought of as snapshots of a person's language level at a specific point in time. As learning tools, they can identify areas of strength and weakness and are invaluable to focus or direct the language student's future learning, both for the trainer and for the trainee alike.


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