Recognize when speakers disagree in a conversation conducted slowly and clearly.
Recognize when speakers agree in a conversation conducted slowly and clearly.
Follow a simple conversation or narrative about familiar, everyday activities.
Understand enough to respond to direct requests expressed slowly and clearly.
Recognize simple expressions of agreement and disagreement in short discussions, if conducted slowly and clearly.
Identify activities occurring in the past in short, simple dialogues.
Get the gist of short, simple stories if told slowly and clearly
Follow the sequence of events in a short, simple dialogue or narrative.
Understand standard speech on familiar matters, with some repetition or reformulation.
Make basic inferences in simple conversations on familiar every day topics.
Identify specific events from short spoken descriptions.
Identify key details in a simple recorded dialogue or narrative,
Understand the key details of hotel, restaurant, and transport reservations.
Generally, identify the topic of discussion around them when conducted slowly and clearly.
Understand enough to manage simple routine exchanges without undue effort.
Derive the probable meaning of simple, unknown words from short, familiar contexts.
Understand basic medical advice.
Follow a basic sequence of events in a simple text on a familiar topic.
Understand short, simple personal emails and letters.
Identify specific information in simple letters, brochures and short articles.
Understand reports of travel delays and cancellations.
Understand rules and regulations (e.g. safety) if expressed in simple language.
Understand short, simple narrative texts.
Understand basic opinions expressed in simple language in short texts.
Make basic inferences from simple information in a short text.
Identify basic similarities and differences in the facts between two short simple texts on the same familiar topic, if supported by pictures and questions.
Identify specific information in a simple factual text.
Understand short, simple narratives and biographies.
Understand simple factual titles and headlines relating to common events.
Understand the instructions to buy tickets online.
Understand a simple text about a past event.
Scan a simple text, identifying the main topic(s).
Understand a simple form asking for medical information.
Understand the main information from simple diagrams (e.g. graphs, bar charts).
Ask and talk about very basic symptoms and ailments (e.g. cold, flu).
Make and accept offers.
Use simple, everyday polite forms of greeting and address.
Discuss what to do and where to go, and make arrangements to meet.
Communicate in routine tasks requiring simple, direct exchanges of information.
Leave simple phone messages using fixed expressions.
Describe what something is used for, using basic fixed expressions.
Answer simple questions and respond to simple statements in an interview.
Make an invitation including information about the time and location.
Give simple instructions to complete a basic task, given a model.
Make simple, direct comparisons between two people or things using common adjectives.
Give compliments, using fixed expressions.
Describe everyday activities in town (e.g. buying food at the supermarket, borrowing a book from the library) using simple language.
Make a hotel, restaurant, or transportation reservation on the phone.
Read out a short, rehearsed statement (e.g. introduce a speaker, propose a toast).
Give an extended description of every day topics (e.g. people, places, experiences).
Describe very basic events in the past using simple linking words(e. g. ‘then’, ‘next’).
Ask and answer questions about basic plans and intentions. Speaking 38 A2+ (36-42) Can describe habits and routines.
Deal with practical everyday demands, exchanging straightforward factual information.
Express how they feel in simple terms.
Take simple phone messages using fixed expressions.
Ask and answer questions about habits and routines
Talk about an event in the past using fixed expressions, given a model.
Initíate, maintain and close simple, restricted face-to-face conversations.
Give simple reasons to explain preferences, given a model.
Use simple fixed expressions to give encouragement (e.g. «You can doit!’)
Talk about plans for the near future in a simple way.
Use simple language to describe people’s personality and emotions.
Describe plans and arrangements.
Get information from a tourist office of a straightforward, non-specialized nature.
Give basic advice using simple language.
Make a short-rehearsed announcement on a familiar topic.
Express enthusiasm and excitement in a limited way.
Discuss what to do in the evening or at the weekend.
Explain what they like or dislike about something.
Say how they or someone else feels, giving brief reasons.
Ask for and give or refuse permission.
Ask and answer questions about past times and past activities,
Give a simple description of how to carry out an everyday process (e.g. a recipe).
Tell a story or describe something in a simple list of points.
Ask for clarification about key words not understood, using fixed expressions.
Respond to excuses using basic fixed expressions.
Participate in short conversations in routine contexts on topics of interest.
Make and respond to suggestions.
Discuss what to do next using simple phrases.
Talk about personal possessions, including household pets.
Show interest in conversation using fixed expressions.
Cancel a hotel, restaurant, or transportation reservation on the phone.
Write short, simple descriptions of people”s physical appearance using basic connectors, given prompts or a model.
Make simple comparisons between people, places or things.
Ask for personal details in written form in a limited way.
Write short texts describing favorite objects, possessions or householders.
Write a short description off a miliar activities, given visual support.
Write very simple personal emails/letters expressing thanks and apology.
Write short, basic descriptions of places, people or things.
Write short, simple notes, emails and messages relating to everyday matters.
Write a description of a simple everyday process (e.g. A recipe).
Write short texts about their likes and dislikes, with explanations.
Take a short, simple message if they are able to ask the speaker to repeat and reformulate it.
Write short basic descriptions of past events and activities.
Signal contrast in a simple text with a limited range of language.
Write basic instructions with a simple list of points.
Write a simple email/letter in response to a request for information.
Write a simple story or description of an event using basic time expressions.
Use appropriate openings and endings in simple informal emails.
Write a brief summary of their own personal details, e.g. For a business card.
Write simple sentences about a future trip or event.
Write a short, simple email/letter asking for information about an apartment or house to rent.
Write a basic email/letter accepting or declining an invitation.
Write descriptions of every day personal experiences.
Write simple sentences about their educational background and present or past job.
Write a basic informal email/letter of invitation with simple, key details.
Complete a simple form asking for medical information.
Write about everyday things (e.g. People, places, job, study) in linked sentences.
Make basic informal suggestions in writing.
Write simple texts giving key information about their culture (e.g. Food, national holidays, festivals).
Rewrite a simple text to correct mistakes.