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(B2)





Түвшин (B1)



At this stage, learners are becoming increasingly independent. Key features at this level are the ability to maintain interaction and communicate what they want to in a range of contexts, and to cope in less predictable situations. They can produce longer, more complex sentences and together with a growing lexical range, they are developing the grammatical and lexical means to organise discourse.

At this level, learners

• Can understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar matters regularly encountered in school, free time etc.

• Can enter unprepared into conversation, express personal opinions on familiar topics and interact in predictable everyday situations.

• Have a sufficient range of language to describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions in some detail, and briefly give reasons and explanations for statements, opinions and plans.

• Can follow much of everyday conversation if speakers avoid very idiomatic usage.

• Can talk about a prepared topic and cope with limited questions.

• Can produce simple, connected texts with basic structure on a range of topics that are familiar or of personal interest.

• Can understand a large part of many TV programmes on familiar topics.

• Can summarise and give their opinion about a short story, article, talk or discussion, and answer further questions about details.

• Can exchange information on routine and non-routine matters.

• Can write short, simple essays with basic structure on familiar topics.