PRE A1. BREAKTHROUGH 1

PRE A1. BREAKTHROUGH 1
 LEVEL: PRE A1 SKILL: LISTENING
Understand the letters of the alphabet.
Understand cardinal numbers from 21 to 100.
Understand basic questions about personal details if addressed slowly and clearly.
Recognise a few familiar, everyday words, if delivered slowly and clearly.
Recognise a few familiar, everyday words, if delivered slowly and clearly.
Understand cardinal numbers from I to 20. Understand ordinal numbers from 1 to 100.
Understand the time of day when expressed in full hours.
Recognise the letters of the English alphabet when pronounced.
Recognise simple formal Greetings.
Understand basic personal detail if given carefully and slowly.
Understand simple language related to prices and quantities.
Recognise simple informal greetings.
Understand very basic common classroom instructions.
Recognise familiar words in short phrases and sentences spoken slowly and clearly, supported by pictures.
Recognise basic time words (c.g. Days, months) in simple phrases or sentences.
 LEVEL: PRE A1 SKILL: READING
Understand basic sentences introducing someone (e.g. Name, age).
Recognise cardinal numbers up to 10. Read and understand simple prices.
Recognise familiar names, words and very basic phrases on simple notices.
Recognise basic plural forms of nouns (e.g. Cara, books).
Recognise the letters of the alphabet.
Identity very common food and drink on a menu
LEVEL: PRE Al SKILL: SPEAKING
Ask someone for their name.
Use some very basic words to ask for food and drink.
Ask someone what their job is.
Name a few very common everyday objects.
Recognise and say the name of their own country, nationality and language.
for and give the day and date.
Establish basic social contacts with simple, polite greetings and farewells.
Say a range of basic numbers, quantities and prices.
Say the letters of the alphabet.
Say what they do (e.g. Name of their job, student).
Ask for and give a date of birth.
Greet people using a few basic fixed expressions.
Give very limited personal information using basic fixed expressions.
Name very common forms of transport
Ask and answer basic requests for information with ‘What’s this/ that?’
Say their name.
Use a few simple words to describe objects (c.g. Color, number), if supported by pictures.
Use a few basic words and phrases to show politeness (e.g. ‘Please’, ‘thank you’).
Spell out their own name and address.
Ask someone what their nationality is.
Ask about the price of something.
Say other people’s nationalities.
Introduce themselves using a basic phrase (e.g. ‘My name’s …’).
Ask very simply for repetition when they don’t understand.
Ask where other people are in a limited way.
Read phone numbers.
Name a few common jobs
Tell the time of day in full hours
Say their own age and ask someone about their age.
Ask and answer simple questions about things they have in a limited way.
Ask for and give a phone number.
Make simple purchases by pointing or other gestures.
LEVEL: PRE A1 SKILL: WRITING
Write their name, address and nationality.
Write consistently with Joined-up letters
Write cardinal numbers from 1 to 20 as words
Write the letters of the alphabet in upper and lower case
Copy familiar words and short phrases about everyday objects and set phrases.