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What you can write at Intermediate level



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

  • Short, simple personal letters about your personal preferences, daily routine or everyday events
  • Telephone messages
  • Postcards
  • Short synopses
  • Class or lecture notes on familiar topics
  • Simple descriptions
  • Simple paraphrases of things you hear or read
  • Short essays about your life, work, or experience

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Go to SIL home page This page is an extract from the LinguaLinks Library, Version 3.5, published on CD-ROM by SIL International, 1999. [Ordering information.]

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