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I can communicate and exchange information about familiar topics using phrases and simple sentences, sometimes supported by memorized language.
I can usually handle short social interactions in everyday situations by asking and answering simple questions.
I can exchange some personal information.
· I can ask and say a home address and e-mail address.
· I can ask and say someone’s nationality.
· I can ask and talk about family members and their characteristics.
· I can ask and talk about friends, classmates, teachers, or co-workers.
I can exchange information using texts, graphs, or pictures.
· I can ask about and identify familiar things in a picture from a story.
· I can ask about and identify important information about the weather using a map.
· I can ask and respond to simple questions about dates, times, places, and events on schedules, posters, and tickets.
· I can respond to simple questions based on graphs or visuals that provide information containing numbers or statistics.
I can ask for and give simple directions.
· I can ask for directions to a place.
· I can tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as go straight, turn left, or turn right.
· I can tell someone where something is located, such as next to, across from, or in the middle of.
I can make plans with others.
· I can accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere.
· I can invite and make plans with someone to do something or go somewhere.
· I can exchange information about where to go, such as to the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a restaurant, the lab, or when to meet.
I can interact with others in everyday situations.
· I can order a meal.
· I can make a purchase.
· I can buy a ticket.