It is acquired when the student is able to understand the main ideas of clear texts and in standard language if they deal with issues that are familiar to them, whether in work, study or leisure situations; When he knows how to handle most of the situations that may arise during a trip through areas where the language is used; When he is able to produce simple and coherent texts on topics familiar to him or in which he has a personal interest, and when he can describe experiences, events, desires and aspirations, as well as briefly justify his opinions or explain his plans.
To complete this level, an average of 120 hours of training is required.
We divide this level into four courses:
B1.1 – Low Intermediate I (30h)
B1.2 – Low Intermediate II (30h)
Although the extent of their vocabulary and grammar is still limited, students at B1.1 and B1.2 levels are able to communicate their views in basic everyday situations. They will gradually be gaining confidence when confronted with authentic spoken and written material.
B1.3 – Intermediate I (30h)
B1.4 – Intermediate II (30h)
Students at levels B1.3 and B1.4 have developed their language skills further and are able to communicate relatively fluently in most everyday situations. They have also begun to develop their ability to express complex ideas, even though their choice of grammatical structures might not always be correct.