- Apr 22, 2015
I meant what schools aim at. So it sounds like it's less than fluency. Does this include the second language, for those who didn't go on to become a translator?
In Poland it's also two languages in school. Level of proficiency depends a lot on school you went to. But I would say B1-B2 for the second language and A2-B1 for the third language is what schools aim at. I studied English and German, but as my fault I don't remember practically anything of the second one. In my high school at beginning you had language tests and were put to group with kids with similar language skills (linking 3 classes). Linguistic classes had separate lessons, more hours. There were also extra classes of Russian and Spanish for those interested.