What is fluent language?
Oral fluency or speaking fluency is a measurement both of production and reception of speech, as a fluent speaker must be able to understand and respond to others in conversation. Oral reading fluency refers to the ability to read words accurately and quickly while using good vocal expression and phrasing.
How do you write a language level on a CV?
There are alternatives as far as the proficiency phrasing goes, as well:Advanced: native, fluent, proficient, advanced, mother tongue, upper-intermediate.Mid-range: intermediate, conversational, competent, professional.Beginner: elementary, beginner, basic, pre-intermediate, limited working proficiency.
Can you be native in two languages?
One can have two or more native languages, thus being a native bilingual or indeed multilingual. The order in which these languages are learned is not necessarily the order of proficiency.
Does learning a second language affect your first language?
Many people report forgetting words or phrases from their native language when they learn a second language. The Local explored this linguistic phenomenon, known as first-language attrition. Even in the early stages of second-language learning, your native language can begin to feel somewhat rusty.