Dear Alan,

Congratulations on completing the LevelUp! test. Your Overall Score improved by 4 points, putting you now as Intermediate (Level 4) learning on EnglishCentral.
  Comprehension Grammar & Vocabulary Communication Pronunciation Fluency  


Summary & Recommendations:

During your test, you were able to introduce yourself clearly. Your pronunciation was good, but I noted a few words and sounds for your to work on. Also, on grammar, I suggest focusing on preposition use, such as the ones I note below.

Also, based on your English level and the learning goals you expressed in the call, I have suggest two courses for you:
1. Business English 2
2. Top 10 Pronunciation Challenges for Koreans

Here are of words we have flagged for you to practice your pronunciation:

   wicon welcome wicon meet wicon travel

Gramma & Vocabularyr:
Here are some grammar corrections for you. (X) = incorrect and (O) = correct
(X) Why did they pick like someone.
(O) Why did they pick someone like him?

(X) Do you have any plans in moving.
(O) Do you have any plans to move?

Overall Assessment:
As an Intermediate (Level 4) English learner on EnglishCentral, you've made great progress in understanding and speaking in basic English conversations and you are now also able to understand extended speech and lectures and understand most TV news, current affairs and films, when spoken in standard English.

Vocabulary We estimate your vocabulary size between 2200 and 3000 words. When you study words on your MyWords page, focus on the Level 4 words.

Speaking Your target Speech grade in the Speak Mode of each video lesson should be at least a B. Repeat the lines in the Speak Mode until you have at least that score.

Content Recommendations To get to Level 5, you need to practice expressing yourself more fluently on more complex topics. We recommend you select a video or course from the Intermediate level on EnglishCentral.
Breakdown by Area:
Here is the breakdown of your overall score of 43 across the five assessed areas:

Comprehends most sentences without any difficulty on wide-range of topics, but has difficulty understanding sentences when spoken quickly at native speed.

Grammar & Vocabulary
Makes occassional grammatical errors in simple sentences but is able to self-correct most of those errors.

Can carry a fluent conversation on a wide range of topics, but uses only very simple sentence structures and has difficulty in expressing thoughts fully with expressions and idioms.

Has a moderate non-native accent, and few phoneme errors and good rhythm and prosodics when speaking simple and complex sentences slowly. Does not speak with native prosodics at speed. Does very little in terms of linking or reduction.

Can speak fluenty with simple and complex sentences, with only few pauses when using complex sentences.

You can review the Level Test by downloading the audio, which we keep available for you for two weeks after your session.