|Babel user information|
Add user information to your user page by inserting code like this:
This outputs the boxes you see at right. You can add as many languages as you want, in the form language code-proficiency level.
The extension recognizes standard ISO 639 (1–3) language codes.
The proficiency describes how well you can communicate in the language. It's indicated by a single character from the Proficiency column in the table below:
|0||You don't understand the language at all.|
|1||You can understand written material or simple questions.|
|2||You can edit simple texts or participate in basic discussions.|
|3||You can write in this language with some minor errors.|
|4||You can speak like a native speaker (though it's not your birth language).|
|5||You have professional proficiency; you understand the nuances of the language well enough to translate advanced documents.|
|N||You are a native speaker of the language and have a thorough grasp of it, including colloquialisms and idioms.|