MCERL y vocabulario receptivo de estudiantes españoles de Francés como Lengua Extranjera

Palabras clave: Vocabulario, Francés como lengua extranjera, MCERL, Extensión vocabulario receptivo

Resumen

En el marco de las investigaciones que relacionan el vocabulario receptivo de aprendices de lenguas con la competencia general en lenguas, presentamos los resultados de una investigación desarrollada con estudiantes de francés de una Escuela Oficial de Idiomas, con el doble objetivo de determinar el tamaño de su vocabulario receptivo y establecer una correspondencia con los diferentes niveles del Marco Común Europeo de Referencia para las Lenguas (MCERL). Del análisis realizado, concluimos que el vocabulario es un indicador del nivel de competencia, y que la obtención de un determinado nivel está en dependencia del tamaño de vocabulario.

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