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A1 study targets

Language communication


  • Exchanging greetings

  • Giving personal information

  • Using numbers, days, months, years

  • Asking for and telling the time

  • Describing people

  • Giving information about objects

  • Describing places

  • Describing habits and routines

  • Expressing likes and dislikes

  • Describing simple actions

Language vocabulary


  • Days of the week and months

  • Numbers and prices

  • Countries and nationalities

  • Colours

  • Personal possessions

  • Parts of the body

  • Family and friends

  • Food and drinks

  • Household rooms and objects

  • Clothes   

Language grammar


Language level A1 • CEFR

At the end of English level A1, you can: 
  • understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases.

  • introduce yourself and others.

  • ask and answer questions about personal details (for example, where you live, people you know and things you have.(source)

  • interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

A1 Conversational topics 

  1.  Personal information and introductions

  2.  Offers and requests (can you ..., do you want to ... ?)

  3.  Free time and daily routines

  4.  Past events, first times, important events in your life (e.g. describing what you did last weekend)

  5.  Describing places, homes (... is big/small/red/etc.)

  6.  Shopping, food (e.g. ordering something at the restaurant)

  7.  Work/study life (What do you do _______?)

  8.  Describe people

  9.  Getting around

  10.  Suggestions/arrangements to meet (e.g. inviting someone somewhere)

  11.  Journeys/visiting places/means of transport: (source)


A2 Study Targets  

Language communication


  • Describing habits and daily routines

  • Expressing ability and inability

  • Describing past experiences

  • Asking for and giving directions

  • Describing personality and feelings

  • Making comparisons

  • Describing jobs

  • Describing places

  • Making requests (e.g. at a restaurant)

  • Expressing future plans

Language vocabulary


  • Personality and feelings

  • Food and drinks

  • Education

  • Jobs

  • Weather

  • Family and friends

  • Daily routines

  • Free-time activities

  • Places in towns

  • Body and health

  • Transport and travel

Language grammar


Language level A2 • CEFR

At the end of language level A2, you can:
  • understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to common areas (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment).

  • communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information.

  • describe in simple terms aspects of your background and immediate matters.(source)

A2 Conversational topics

Here are conversational topics you should be able to talk about at this level: (source)

  1.  The individual* personal particulars* appearance* clothing* daily routine:(source)

  2.  Partnership* family* relatives* acquaintances, friends* classmates/ colleagues

  3.  Family* family members* family occasions /celebrations

  4.  Place of living* house/flat* furnishing of the living-room /bedroom* kitchen furniture, gadgets* the street, the town* (sharing the housework)

  5.  Traveling/transport* means of transport* timetable/information* buying tickets (bus, train, plane)* traveling documents

  6.  Shopping/shops* shops* special shops* electronics* markets* grocery* clothes shops* departments in a shopping center

  7.  Communication/keeping in contact* post (letter, postcard)* telephone / fax* text messages, e-mails

  8.  Services* restaurant (menu, ordering, paying)* hotel (booking, paying)

  9.  Culture/entertainment–* free time activities* guests* cinemas* theatres* museums* concerts

  10.  Time/weather* seasons* weather* rainy weather/winter weather/snowing

  11.  Health/illnesses* at the pediatrician’s* at the doctor’s* at the dentist’s* some common illnesses(flu, cold)* medication* at the chemist’s

  12.  Sport* popular sports* football* athletics* doing sports* sport and hobby

  13.  Media* television* radio* newspapers* magazines

  14.  Hobby* reading* listening to music* computer games* the candidate’s favorite pastime

  15.  Studying/work* subjects* popular professions* workplaces* colleagues / school-friends* daily routine at home / at work

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