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Acquiring a new language is a slow and dynamic process. No matter where you are in your journey to fluency, you will start on our Beginner Trail and advance through Intermediate and Advanced along with your partner family. What do each of these trails entail? The analogies we use are from the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL).


(Beginner Trail)

Learners at this level can listen and repeat, much like a parrot. They might be able to read a few words or communicate at a basic level with vocabulary they have learned through flash cards or other platforms. They are unlikely to be able to use their second language in an original way.


(Intermediate Trail)

Learners at this level can combine elements to create language, ask and answer basic questions, and survive very uncomplicated social situations. They can understand and read far more than they can produce, and they are able to use words they know to talk around words they don't.


(Advanced Trail)

Learners at this level can understand and narrate paragraph-length discourse in their second language. They can interpret and express abstract thought, and can initiate communication in a variety of situations (for example, social, academic, spiritual).

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