Language Level Certificate

@Meramar (2344)
December 16, 2016 2:49am CST
Studying another language can be a hobby or need if you have to travel abroad, for example, to find a new job. When you decide to emigrate, a certain language level certificate may be required to get a permission to work or to study in the country you are moving to. But, even without moving to anywhere, sometimes it's great to realize the exam. It will show us if we really reach the level we want and can use it for any work even in our country where we are living. One of my purpose for the year 2017 is to realize the FCE test by the Cambridge Institute to endorse my English. Yesterday, I realized a free test online to see wether I could reach it. I really love these kind of tests. Someone has got already some experience with these kind of examinations? Please share....
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@shubhu3 (14271)
• New Delhi, India
16 Dec 16
I am learning Spanish in my college. I don't know about the online test.
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@shubhu3 (14271)
• New Delhi, India
17 Dec 16
@Meramar Okay. I will see to it surely. Thank you.
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@Meramar (2344)
17 Dec 16
@shubhu3 You are welcome!
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@shubhu3 (14271)
• New Delhi, India
18 Dec 16
• Greece
21 Dec 16
I am kind of learning Greek, I need it here but so many people speak English that I get little chance to practise and learning from a book is not fun. Perhaps I need to treat my lessons as vital, so far they are just time fillers and I am never going to learn at this rate. Congrats on wanting to get your FCE. My advice to you would be to read plenty of books, magazines etc. The students who pass (in my experience) have been the ones who read a great deal.
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@Meramar (2344)
21 Dec 16
Thank you for your advice. Reading is a great way to build up a language. Maybe you could ask the persons who are around you to talk more Greek with you. If you tell them that you wish to practice, maybe someone will help you.
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• Greece
21 Dec 16
@Meramar the Greek friends I know want to speak English, one has told me that she could not teach me Greek, although she herself is Greek and teaches English. What happens is that when we meet I correct her English, so she gets a language lesson from me and not the other way around.
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@Meramar (2344)
21 Dec 16
@41CombedaleRoad You could do something like an exchange one hour English for one hour Greek. Nothing is for free nowadyas.
@1hopefulman (27588)
• Canada
17 Dec 16
Not aware of the test. However, I do like languages and speak, English, French, Italian and I can pretend to know some Spanish and I am able to do some sign language. What languages do you know?
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@Meramar (2344)
17 Dec 16
Czech, German, English, French and Spanish. I also understand a bit of Dutch and Italian, which is close to Spanish. Languages are my life.
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@1hopefulman (27588)
• Canada
18 Dec 16
@Meramar Congratulations! Way to go!
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@Meramar (2344)
19 Dec 16
@1hopefulman Thank you!
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@LadyDuck (152763)
• Switzerland
16 Dec 16
I have studied English, French and Spanish when I was a student in school. I took the tests sometimes to check my level, but never to pass examinations. It's plain curiosity.
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@Meramar (2344)
16 Dec 16
Similar to you, I also studied English and French at school. Spanish came later on when I moved to Spain. Spanish is the only language I've got the C2 Level Certificate as I did the oficial exam when I went back to Germany for almost two years. My curiosity keeps me to realize the exams as it holds me active not to loose them.
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