It is acquired when the student is able to understand frequently used phrases and expressions related to areas of experience that are especially relevant to him (basic information about himself and his family, purchases, places of interest, occupations, etc.); When he knows how to communicate when carrying out simple and everyday tasks that require nothing more than simple and direct exchanges of information on matters that are familiar or habitual to him; And when it can describe in simple terms aspects of its past and its environment as well as issues related to its immediate needs.
To complete this level, an average of 60 hours of training is required.
We divide this level into two courses:
A2.1 – Elementary (30h)
Students at this level have the ability to communicate (albeit maybe not accurately) in simple situations needed to survive in the target-language environment.
Topics would include travel, accommodation, shopping, etc. Although their understanding is limited, the foundation is there for further study.
A2.2 – Pre-Intermediate I (30h)
A2.3 – Pre-Intermediate II (30h)
Students at these levels are still in the early stages of language learning, but are able to respond appropriately in simple everyday situations. Their vocabulary and ability to use grammatical structures are further developed as well as their ability to understand spoken and written language.
Before starting a course, you will be doing a “level test” that will help you choose the right level course.