You learn how to express yourself adequately in familiar, everyday situations and to read and understand simple texts.
- You should have finished the A1 level already before starting this course.
What you’ll learn:
- Talk about professions, tell family stories, give order.
- Give furnishing tips.
- Evaluate something, express preferences and wishes.
- Shopping, expressing preferences.
- Plan something together, report something.
- Propose something, reject a proposal.
- Fitness and nutrition plan.
- Express importance.
- Order in the restaurant. to ask for something.
- Express joy.
- Talk about social media.
- Book a room, describe a route.
- Talk about travel habits.
- Talk about the weather.
- Express interest and lack of interest.
- Ask a description.
- Express enthusiasm and disappointment
If you are not familiar with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages; here is a brief overview:
- A1 – Complete beginner
- A2 – Elementary
- B1 – Intermediate
- B2 – Upper intermediate
- C1 – Advanced
- C2 – Proficient