"Describe the degree of your proficiency (reading, speaking, and writing) in languages other than English. List courses you have taken in each language. "
French: I can slowly read a newspaper. I can ask the man at the fromagerie to recommend a cheese and the guy at the electronics store for a computer power cable. I can write a note to my landlord. I've taken french 1 & 2
Esperanto: I passed my language exam at Wesleyan University in Esperanto. I can read a magazine if I have a dictionary handy. I can tell some puns that I know. I can write a note asking for tech support. I audited the Esperanto class at Stanford.
German: I cannot read a newspaper because the compound words are insane. I can explain that I'm a vegetarian and give directions on how one might get out of a catacomb if one were frightened of caves but decided to take a tour anyway wherein the tour guide only spoke Italian and English and the phobic individual spoke only German. I took German House in college
I don't think this is exactly what they want.