I test next week.  Not much else to say other than that’s all I been doing is studying.

Need a 3/3.  What does that mean?

ILR Level 3 – Professional working proficiency

Professional working proficiency is rated 3 on the scale. Level 3 is what is usually used to measure how many people in the world know a given language. A person at this level is described as follows:

  • able to speak the language with sufficient structural accuracy and vocabulary to participate effectively in most conversations on practical, social, and professional topics
  • can discuss particular interests and special fields of competence with reasonable ease
  • has comprehension which is quite complete for a normal rate of speech
  • has a general vocabulary which is broad enough that he or she rarely has to search for a word
  • has an accent which may be obviously foreign; has a good control of grammar; and whose errors virtually never interfere with understanding and rarely disturb the native speaker

Individuals classified at level 3 are able to use the language as part of normal professional duties and can reliably elicit information and informed opinion from native speakers; examples include answering objections, clarifying points, stating and defending policy, conducting meetings, and reading with almost complete comprehension a variety of prose material on familiar and unfamiliar topics such as news reports, routine correspondence, and technical material in trained fields of competence.

Rolando o dado = Rolling the dice!

Went to NYC this past weekend.  One World Trade Center is amazing.  Check it out when you get a chance.

Amazing. Absolutely amazing! #nyc #manhattan #seeforever #9/11 #lifeisgood #concretejungle

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I’ll post soon as things progress.  Thanks for reading as always.

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