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Ricardo14
2018-05-16 15:54
The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages has been a way of standardizing the levels of language exams in different regions. There would be a way to classify our sentences into their levels (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2)?
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Selena777
2018-05-16 17:32
Actually, I've tried to do that using this site: http://www.englishprofile.org/
It turned out to be not an easy task, because most work have to be done manually. If you have any ideas how to make it easier, please tell.
CK
CK
2018-05-18 02:17
Have you seen "CK's OGTE-Level Lists"?

http://www.manythings.org/tatoeba/ogte.html

Read the "About" part at the top of the page.
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Selena777
2018-05-18 06:56
Great job.
Are you planning to develop it, using also grammar criteria? Do you attribute only one single level to each word?
May I ask which software do you use to sort out the sentences?
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CK
CK
2018-05-18 07:18 - 2018-05-18 07:23
> Are you planning to develop it, using also grammar criteria?
Not likely, since that would require a lot more manual labor than just looking up words.

> Do you attribute only one single level to each word?
The level is the lowest level that word has.
For words, with multiple meanings (and thus possibly more than one level), this type of vocabulary analysis won't always get it right.

> May I ask which software do you use to sort out the sentences?

I used the website listed at the top of the page, and then did some manual editing.



I'm more likely to stick the the multiple Graded Reader Levels, since this divides the vocabulary into smaller steps, so is likely more useful for many students.

Here are the levels, listed with explanations and an easy way to search.
http://www.manythings.org/tatoeba/ogte.html

You can also directly see the lists on tatoeba.org using this search.
https://tatoeba.org/eng/sentenc...f_user/CK/OGTE
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Selena777
2018-05-18 08:45
< since that would require a lot more manual labor>
That's. Lots of manual labour is the main problem of the initial task given by Ricardo 14. Perhaps some software could make the task easier, but it's needed to be written before.