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pre-intermediate

Posted by mable_lee97   8 Aug 2014 9 57 am

Dear Alex,

What does the word "pre-intermediate" mean? I didn't find it from dictionary.

The following sentenses which one is a suitable description.
1. A level is "below elemantary".
2. A level is "at elemantary".
3. A level is "between elemantary and intermediate."

Tks a lot.

Rgds.
Mable
 
 

Teacher
Posted by alex stringer   18 Aug 2014 3 38 pm

Hi Mabel

Apologies for the delay in answering your question - I've been on holiday.

Pre-intermediate means 'before intermediate', so it's between elementary and intermediate.

Regards

Alex
 
 

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