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Users that speak CSS.
|0:||No real understanding - You know of the language and appreciate the culture.|
|0.5:||Minor understanding (maybe a few words) - You could speak some words but otherwise use a translator.|
|1:||Basic understanding - You can make up a sentence and can contribute regarding the culture, but you still use a translator.|
|2:||Intermediate understanding - You can contribute to articles in the language, but you are not fluent and make mistakes.|
|3:||Advanced understanding - You can read and speak the language but minor errors sometimes occur.|
|4:||Near-native understanding - You have the fluency of an average native speaker, despite it being your second or third language, etc.|
|N:||Native fluency - You use the language in everyday situations and have full fluency, including colloquialisms and vernacular.|
|A:||Accent - You speak the language with a thick foreign accent.|
|E:||Education but no real understanding - You learned the language in school and never used it again.|
|F:||Flunked this class - You got an F in the language.|
|G:||Remove the language from existence - You want everyone who speaks the language dead.|
|L:||Lisp - You have a lisp that affects how you speak the language.|
|P:||Profanity - You're a profane speaker of the language.|
|X:||Seduction - You only speak the language enough to get laid.|
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