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14:08 Oct 8, 2013
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French to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general)
French term or phrase:CI
This is comes at the end of a list of languages that a personality test is available in. I can't figure out what it could mean.
Hi AllegroTrans... The level of competence wd be in language ability . My "theory" wd be that the personality tests are so formulated as to demand a C1 level to respond.
However explaining that does make me feel that I am reeeeally barking up the wrong tree!
clutching at straws here, but... is it CI capital I) or C1 (the figure 1)? As you know there is a Cadre Européen Commun de Référence pour les langues (or CECRL), which establishes various levels of competence which schools may/should/do aim for. C1 is C1 - Niveau Autonome : pour un usage régulier dans des contextes de difficulté raisonnable; so quite a high level. Do you think it could be that? Here is a link to a wikipedia page which sets it out with reference to teaching in schools. http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cadre_européen_commun_de_référe...