Language Levels

 

The list below describes the levels of teaching languages in our center which are based on the common European reference framework for languages:

 

A1 (A1.1 & A1.2)

Using the basics of the language. At the end of this stage, the student can easily understand and use expressions and phrases used in the daily life, including the introduction of one’s self and others. In addition to that they will be able to understand when others speak using slow, clear language.

A2 (A2.1 & A2.2)

At the end of this stage the student will be able to understand sentences commonly used such as those about family, work and shopping. They will also be able to communicate in simple everyday situations.

B1 (B1.1 & B1.2)

The freedom in using the language: the student can use the standard language that will help them through everyday situations that they will face during studying, work or travel.

B2 (B2.1 & B2.2)

At this stage the student will be able to communicate spontaneously and fluently, in addition to being able to have a simple conversation and express their opinions on different subjects with ease.

C1 (C1.1 & C1.2)

The ability to use language with ease; the student now should have the ability to comprehend longer and more difficult texts without effort.

C2 (C2.1 & C2.2)

At this stage, the student will be able to understand all what he reads and listens without effort. The student can clearly differentiate between the slight differences in the meanings of the words.