Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

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consist in particular of their knowledge, skills and existential competence and also their ability to learn: Knowledge, i.e. declarative knowledge (savoir, see 5.1. 1.) ... whether it be a matter of driving a car, playing the violin or chairing a meeting, depend more on the ability to carry out procedures than on ... and the acquisition of certain facts (there are three pedals in a manual car set out as follows, etc.)anbsp;...

Title:Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
Author: Modern Languages Division Council for Cultural Co-operation
Publisher:Ernst Klett Sprachen - 2002

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