Some of the knowledge that is learned in each General English Level:
Level 1 - Students learn how introduce themselves to new people and describe everyday things in their immediate environment (A1.1).
Level 2 - Students learn how to distinguish between actions that are happening now and repeated or habitual actions. They also learn how to express possession and quantity (A1.2).
Level 3 - Students learn how to describe different qualities and communicate the way in which actions are performed. They also learn how to refer to actions in the past (A2.1).
Level 4 - Students learn how to talk about the future, and actions that have happened up to now. They also learn how to communicate intentions and possibilities (A2.2).
Level 5 - Students learn how to talk about actions that were happening at a specific point in the past, and actions that were affecting the subject as opposed to the object. They learn how to talk about a sequence of events in the past (B1.1.1).
Level 6 - Students learn to report what others tell them. They learn how to communicate the causes of events, in addition to expressing the duration of actions in the past, present, and future (B1.1.2).
Level 7 - Students learn how to use many common phrases, phrasal verbs, and idioms. By this point they have learned to understand a native speaking normally and are able to maintain an extended conversation (B1.2.1).
Level 8 - Students learn how to use more idioms accurately, and express much more complicated concepts and experiences. They also learn how to express more precise ideas about necessity and ability. The student can talk with a colleague, and can understand texts on well-known subjects (B1.2.2).
Level 9 - Students learn how to use a much wider variety of natural speaking. They also learn to understand and use increasingly complex language and ideas. Students can now survive in a professional context abroad, are able to communicate ideas and opinions and to understand a group of different speakers (B2.1).
Level 10 - Students learn to use well-known language in much more precise forms. They also learn to describe different levels of probability, and more combinations of causes and possible consequences. Students now know how to make telephone calls, translate documents and write letters correctly (B2.2).
Level 11 - Students learn to express themselves clearly and understand a high-level of English, both spoken and written. Students can now understand the language in any context and take part in group discussions. They can participate in meetings and make oral presentations (C1.1).
Level 12 - By this stage, students will be expressing themselves at the same level as a native English speaker. Students now know how to take notes and compile reports. Students can work abroad effectively (C1.2).
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