You understand and know how to use basic common expressions and phrases describing everyday life. You know how to introduce yourself and others but also the place where you live, people you know or the objects you’re surrounded by. It’s important for you that your interlocutor speaks slowly, clearly and is ready to help.
You understand statements and frequently used expressions in daily life (e.g. basic information about your interlocutor and his family, shopping, surroundings and work). You know how to communicate in routine communication situations where you need an uncomplicated, direct exchange of information on known and typical topics. You can describe your background, surroundings and also mention the most important things connected to everyday needs.
It’s easy for you to talk about topics connected with work, school or free time – if it’s a standard discussion. You can cope with most communication situations that you may come across while travelling and that require you to speak English. You can coherently speak about topics you know and like. You describe experiences and events. You know how to dream in English. You have hopes and aspirations. You can explain your opinions and plans.
You understand the main threads of thought in texts on abstract and specific issues, including discussions on technical matters. You can communicate fluently and spontaneously enough to have a regular conversation with a native speaker with no stress. You construct clear oral and written statements on many topics, eagerly participate in discussions on various topics, considering the pros and cons of different solutions.
You understand a wide range of complex, longer texts noticing hidden meaning not presented clearly. You can speak fluently, spontaneously, finding the right expressions with no great difficulty. You use English effectively and freely in social, friendly, educational or professional contexts. You can form clear, well-constructed and specific statements on complex problems efficiently. You correctly use rules of speech organization, conjunctions and indicators.
You understand a very wide range of complex texts. You notice hidden meanings, expressed indirectly. You can summarize information from different sources in a coherent way. You speak your mind fluently, spontaneously and precisely. You use English effectively and freely in social, friendly, educational or professional contexts.