Template:Userbox-lang/custom

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This '''{{tl|{{BASEPAGENAME}}}}''' template can be used to display '''{{ISO 639-1|{{#sub:{{BASEPAGENAME}}|-2}}}} language''' skill and level of ability of a contributor on their [[user page]]. For userboxes for different languages see [[:Category:Userboxes]] or use the {{tl|Userbox-lang}}.
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Revision as of 12:02, 5 February 2011


This {{Userbox-lang}} template can be used to display a contributor's Ndonga language skill and level of ability on their user page. For userboxes for different languages see Category:Userboxes or use the {{Userbox-lang}}.

Contents

Parameters

The template has one unnamed parameter and one named parameter.

Unnamed parameters

  1. The (optional) unnamed parameter is a number to indicate the level of ability in this language. If this parameter is omitted the wording for native speaker will be displayed.
    • 0 = limited or no ability
    • 1 = basic
    • 2 = intermediate
    • 3 = advanced
    • 4 = near-native
    • 5 = professional

Named parameters

skill 
This (optional) parameter can be used to define a skill other than speaking, for example reading or writing. If omitted the default is speaking.

Examples

Using different ability levels

Using English as an example the following shows the range of abilities that can be choosen.

Ability You type You get
Native ability

{{Userbox-lang}}

en This user is a native speaker of English
Professional ability

{{Userbox-lang|5}}

Near-native ability

{{Userbox-lang|4}}

Advanced ability

{{Userbox-lang|3}}

Intermediate ability

{{Userbox-lang|2}}

Basic ability

{{Userbox-lang|1}}

Limited ability

{{Userbox-lang|0}}

Using different skills

Situation You type You get
Intermediate reader speaker

{{Userbox-lang|2|skill=reader}}

Professional reader and writer

{{Userbox-lang|5|skill=reader and writer}}

Basic reader, writer and speaker

{{Userbox-lang|1|skill=reader, writer and speaker}}

1 This user is a native reader, writer and speaker of unknown [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ISO_639-1_codes ISO 639-1 code]