Inglés (elemental/A2)

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About the Inglés (elemental/A2) test

Un conocimiento elemental del inglés en el nivel A2 del Marco Común Europeo de Referencia (MCER) para las lenguas proporciona la capacidad de comprender y utilizar expresiones de uso frecuente en torno a temas como el empleo, la familia, la geografía local y las compras. Los candidatos que tienen este nivel de inglés son capaces de comunicarse mediante un intercambio sencillo y directo de información y de describir temas familiares y asuntos de necesidad inmediata en términos sencillos. Esta prueba te permitirá identificar postulantes que necesitan hablar y entender inglés a nivel elemental para ocupar un puesto en la industria fabril y otras áreas industriales. En esta prueba de inglés (elemental/A2), se evalúa a los candidatos en el vocabulario y la gramática inglesa básica, así como en la composición de oraciones sencillas. También se evalúa la capacidad de comprensión lectora y auditiva de los candidatos mediante oraciones sencillas. Quienes obtienen buenos resultados en esta prueba utilizan patrones oracionales básicos en inglés para comunicar información en situaciones cotidianas. Pueden hacerse entender, aunque cometan algunos errores. Tienen los conocimientos de inglés necesarios para leer y comprender las señales en la calle y en el lugar de trabajo, y para poder responder a preguntas y contestar a enunciados sencillos.

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Jan S.

A native of California, U.S.A. and a holder of a Master’s degree in Education, Jan has recently retired as Professor of English and Multi-Media at a small women’s university in Japan after an extensive teaching career of twenty-five years. Jan has also worked as an editor and copyeditor for academic articles, novels, children’s books, and many other types of projects. Jan currently lives in Japan.

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