Follow the main points of short talks on familiar topics if delivered in clear standard speech.
Follow everyday conversation, with some repetition of particular words and phrases.
Recognize when a speaker is checking that the listener has understood something in a conversation conducted slowly and clearly.
Generally, follow changes of topic in discussions related to their field if conducted slowly and clearly.
Follow most of an everyday conversation if speakers avoid very idiomatic usage.
Follow the linear structure of a short formal talk.
Extract key factual information from a phone conversation on a familiar topic.
Understand instructions delivered at normal speed and accompanied by visual support,
Listen to a short narrative and predict what will happen next.
Get the gist of explanations of unfamiliar cultural practices and customs, if delivered slowly and clearly.
Understand the main points of a simple podcast.
Understand simple technical instructions for everyday equipment.
Follow familiar topics if the speaker is clear and avoids idiomatic usage.
Extract key factual information such as dates, numbers and quantities from a presentation.
Identify the main point of TV news items reporting events, accidents, etc. Where the visual supports the commentary.
Identify a simple chronological sequence in a recorded narrative or dialogue.
Recognize simple expressions of agreement and disagreement in extended discussions, if conducted in clear standard speech.
Follow the main points of extended discussion around them if in standard speech.
Understand the main points of narratives and conversations about familiar topics (e.g. Work, leisure) delivered in clear standard speech.
Recognize a speaker’s feelings or attitudes
Extract relevant details in everyday letters, brochures and short official documents.
Derive the probable meaning of simple unknown words from short, familiar contexts.
Understand the relationship between a main point and an example in a structured text.
Understand written instructions for taking medication.
Understand basic types of standard letters and emails on familiar topics (e.g. Enquiries, complaints).
Make basic inferences or predictions about text content from headings, titles or headlines.
Skim a short text to identify its main purpose.
Identify similarities and differences between two short texts.
Understand simple technical information (e.g. Instructions for everyday equipment).
Identify the main topic and related ideas in a structured text.
Find and understand information in advertisements for sporting or cultural events.
Generally, understand straightforward factual texts on familiar topics.
Understand information in advertisements for jobs and services.
Understand clearly written, straightforward instructions on how to use a piece of equipment.
Search the internet for specific every day or work-related information.
Scan short texts to locate specific information
Identify key subject vocabulary in written descriptions
Discuss every day, practical issues when the conversation is conducted slowly and clearly.
Carry out a prepared structured interview with some spontaneous follow-up questions.
Responding a simple way to verbal challenge or aggression.
Paraphrase a simple factual statement related to a familiar topic.
Discuss films, books or plays in simple terms, using fixed expressions.
Give or seek personal views and opinions in discussing topics of interest.
Narrate a story.
Describe how often a work-related task should be complete
Describe what they are looking for when shopping.
Carry out a simple informal interview.
Ask someone to clarify or elaborate what they have just said.
Explain the rules of a familiar game or sport using simple language.
Describe events, real or imagined.
Give straightforward descriptions on a variety of familiar subjects.
Arrange a delivery time on the phone.
Convey simple relevant information emphasizing the most important point.
Describe dreams, hopes and ambitions
Begin to use a repertoire of common idiomatic phrases in routine situations.
Buy ticket for an event on the phone.
Make an apology with brief excuses or reasons.
Give detailed directions to a driver.
Express opinions using simple language.
Express attitudes using simple language.
Ask for, follow and give detailed directions.
Give simple reasons to justify a viewpoint on a familiar topic.
Introduce a conversation topic with the present perfect and provide details in the past.
Convey simple information of immediate relevance and emphasize the main point.
Take some initiative in an interview, but is generally very dependent on interviewer
Deal with less routine situations on public transport (e.g. Asking where to get off).
Enter unprepared into conversation on familiar topics (e.g. Family, hobbies, work).
Describe future plans and intentions using fixed expressions.
Ask for changes to a hotel, restaurant, or transportation reservation on the phone.
Express preferences about food and drink in detail.
Respond to an offer or suggestion, expressing enthusiasm
Explain the meaning of a word or phrase using simple language.
Make an invitation using formal language.
Summaries short written passages using the original wording and ordering,
Give detailed accounts of experiences, describing feelings and reactions.
Invite others to give their views on what to do next.
Relate the plot of a book or film and describe their reactions.
Give a short talk about familiar topic, with visual support.
Give brief reasons and explanations, using simple language.
Give an opinion when asked directly, provided they can ask for repetition.
Use simple appropriate language to check that information has been understood on the phone.
Negotiate prices and ask for discounts. Initiate, maintain and close simple, face-to-face conversations on familiar topics.
Deal with common situations when making travel arrangements or travelling.
Express belief, opinion, agreement and disagreement politely.
Write simple instructions on how to use a device or product, given a model. sentences A
Write short, simple essays with basic structure on familiar topics.
Write personal emails/letters giving advice,
Write an email/letter congratulating someone on something e a short review of a restaurant, movie, etc.
Using simple language.
Write a basic letter of application with limited supporting details. details es FF
Write an everyday connected text using a set of short elements or facts and building them into a sequence.
Write a story with a simple linear sequence.
Write a short, simple description of a familiar device or product.
Use simple cohesive devices such as repetition in a structured text. Write a notice that clearly conveys information.
Write a basic formal email/letter requesting information.
Write fractions using both digits and words.
Write a simple outline for a piece of writing, given a model,
Make simple, logical paragraph breaks in a longer text.
Write a basic description of experiences, feelings and reactions, given a model.
Write simple informal emails/letters and online postings giving news or opinions.
Write about experiences, feelings and reactions in a simple connected text.
Write descriptions of real or imaginary people.
Write a description of a future event or activity.
Write a basic summary of a simple text using the original wording and paragraph order.
Clearly signal the end of a simple narrative or description,
Write about personal interests in some detail.
Write about personal experiences in a diary or online posting, given a model