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What you can read at Intermediate level



Here are the kinds of things you should be able to read at Intermediate level:

  • Simple, connected texts about predictable subjects
  • Public service messages or instructions
  • Short, straightforward descriptions of persons, places, and things written for a wide audience
  • Newspaper headlines
  • Basic written directions
  • Questions about your personal background, your family, and why you are here in the country
  • Written descriptions of what a place or a person looks like

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