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FOR SPECIFIC LANGUAGE LEVELS ( B1-B2 )                                 

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B1 study targets

Language communication


  • Describing experiences and events

  • Expressing hopes and ambitions

  • Describing feelings

  • Giving reasons

  • Giving opinions

  • Expressing preferences

  • Stating obligations

  • Expressing certainty

  • Describing events in the past

  • Describing events in the future



Language vocabulary


  • Feelings and emotions

  • Travel and transport

  • Entertainment

  • Leisure activities

  • Sport, health and fitness

  • Education

  • News and media

  • Technology

  • Time expressions for the past

  • Time expressions for the future



Language grammar




Language level B1 • CEFR

At the end of language level B1, you can:
  • understand the main points on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc.

  • deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in Thai, laos or an English-speaking area.

  • produce simple connected text on topics, which are familiar, or of personal interest.

  • describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.(source)



B1 Conversational topics

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

  1.  The individual* personal particulars* appearance* inner characteristics* casual / evening wear

  2. Partnership* relatives, friends* acquaintances, neighbors* classmates/schoolmates/colleagues

  3.  Family* family members* family occasions/celebrations* distribution of tasks in the family

  4.  Place of living* house/block house/flat* furnishing/gadgets of the rooms* furnishing/gadgets of the kitchen and the bathroom* rent and bills* housework

  5.  Traveling/transport* means of transport* public transport* timetable/information* buying tickets/preparation for a journey* traveling abroad/traveling documents

  6.  Shopping/shops* shops/markets* department stores / departments* groceries/household goods* clothing* electric appliances

  7.  Communication/keeping in contact* post (letter, telegram, parcel)* telephone (traditional, mobile, text messages)* Internet (e-mail, Skype, chat)

  8.  Services* financial services (transfer, exchange)* restaurant (menu, ordering, paying)* hotel (booking, paying)

  9.  Culture/entertainment* guests* cinemas* theaters* museums* concerts* library (school, at home, public)

  10.  Time/weather* seasons/weather* weather forecast

  11.  Health/illnesses
    eating and drinking
    at the doctor’s* common illnesses and their symptoms* prescriptions / medication /pharmacy

  12.  Sport* popular sports* national sports* doing sports

  13.  Media* television* radio* newspapers / magazines

  14.  Hobby* gardening / DIY* reading / listening to music* computer

  15.  Studying/work* types of schools* subjects* popular professions/workplaces* daily routine

  16.  European Union* members of the EU* travelling / work / mobility

  17.  Culture and civilization* basic practical information regarding the home country and the target language country (weather, currency, eating habits, daily routine, celebrations, shopping opportunities, etc)* tourist attractions* accommodation / restaurants

  18. Holidays and celebrations

B2 study targets

Language communication


  • Describing experiences

  • Expressing opinions

  • Expressing agreement and disagreement

  • Giving advice with advantages and disadvantages

  • Making suggestions

  • Expressing feelings and emotions

  • Reporting events

  • Speculating about events in past, present, future

  • Adding emphasis

  • Describing hopes and regrets 


Language vocabulary


  • Work and education

  • Lifestyles

  • Money

  • Crime and punishment

  • Technology

  • Media and communication

  • Global issues

  • Multi-word verbs

  • Reporting verbs

  • Linking expressions

Language grammar


Language level B2 • CEFR

At the end of language level B2, you can:

  • understand the main ideas of complex text on a variety of topics, including technical discussions in your field of specialisation.

  • interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party.

  • produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.(source)

B2 Conversational topics

Here are conversational topics you should be able to talk about at this level (source and source 2):

    0. The individual* behavioral patterns* fashion/clothing/cosmetics

  1.  Partnership* making friends (in person, on the net, etc.)* roles in the family* contacts at work / at school

  2.  Family* family/bringing up children* relationship of generations / living together* marriage/forms of partnership

  3.  Place of living* rental/property/lodgings* buying a flat/buying on credit /renovation* way of living in a town and a village

  4.  Traveling/transport* driving/highway codes* walking, riding the bike* reasons/forms of traveling abroad

  5.  Shopping/shops* shopping habits/commercials, ads* chains/shopping by mail* retail shops versus shopping centers

  6.  Communication/keeping in contact –* reasons for the popularity of mobiles* the role of language knowledge in communication* the increasing dominance of the English language

  7.  Services* car rental / travel agencies* repairs / guarantees

  8.  Culture/entertainment* books versus Internet* cinema, theatre versus TV, video, DVD* he Internet and the social networking sites

  9.  Time/weather* role and accurateness of forecasts* relationship between climate and flora/fauna

  10.  Health/illnesses* outpatient department / hospital / specialists* nature cure – medicines* prevention / screening* healthy diet

  11.  Sport* doing sports – healthy lifestyle –dangerous/extreme sports* ball games / team sports / rules* water sports/winter sports* Olympic Games

  12.  Media* features of newspapers, their columns* sensation and news

  13.  Hobby* pursuing amateur arts* clubs (sport, cultural, professional)* hobby and work* modern/peculiar hobbies

  14.  Studying/work* language knowledge / skills / career* equal chances in education / finding a workplace* unemployment* exchange programs / scholarships abroad / professional development* new forms of studying

  15.  European Union* work in the EU* language teaching/language knowledge/work opportunities in the EU

  16.  Culture and civilization The home country and the target language country* population / ethnic minorities* historic traditions / monuments / cultural values* artistic / ethnographic characteristics

  17.  Public life* public institutions / personal documents* public safety* national holidays

  18.  Environmental protection* pollution (air, water, soil, et)* selective waste management* recycling* alternative sources of energy

  19.  Current topics/events* public life / politics / NGOs* economy

  20.  Education system


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