an unforgettable place

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28/giu/2017 06:13:17 Thinking sas Contatta l'autore

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Dear!

 

I want to show you a very nice place I've visited yesterday, it's unforgettable! Just take a look open link

 

 

Sent from my iPhone, Cristina Della Corte

 

From: pubblica [mailto:pubblica@comunicati.net]
Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2017 11:13 PM
To: dellacortecristina@libero.it
Subject: it's a nice painting!

 

User mukankei explained it very well. A1, A2 and B1 learners are really in one end, whereas B2, C1 and C2 are in another.

 

 

 

It is in the process of going from B1 to B2 that a learner becomes able to really get around in the country/countries in question.

 

Most natives can interact with B2 people without having to make particular concessions or compromises beyond not using "unusual language" such as archaic words, branch-specific terminology, youth slang, weird regional specific words, incorrect language, etc - things that natives will have picked up from Secondary and Tertiary education, along with a life-long exposure to various forms of media and a diverse range of other natives.

 

Finally, I would say that language learning becomes much "easier" once you get to the upper B2 level-almost C1 level, speaking from my own experience with English. Language learning becomes a matter of really enjoying what that language has to offer in terms of books and movies. Sure, a B2 person wont understand everything, but they can easily look up the word in a dictionary *in that language* and compare it to its synonyms, many of which the B2 learner have mastered. Or they can just guess from context and rely on building comprehension by repeated exposure.

 

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