Learning Outcomes Intermediate: Speaking
Students at the Intermediate level are distinguished primarily by their ability to create with the language when talking about familiar topics related to their daily life. They are able to recombine learned material in order to express personal meaning. Intermediate-level speakers can ask simple questions and can handle a straightforward survival situation. They produce sentence-level language, ranging from discrete sentences, typically in present or past time. Intermediate-level speakers are understood by interlocutors who are accustomed to dealing with non-native learners of the language.