Understands and uses common, daily phrases and relatively basic sentences relating to the satisfaction of actual needs.
Can identify himself/herself and others, as well as ask people about themselves — for example, where they live, who they know, and what they possess – and answer to such inquiries.
Can communicate simply if the person to whom they are speaking talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to assist
Can understand phrases and widely used expressions concerning issues closely linked to his or her immediate circumstances (for example, personal information or information about his or her family, shopping, job, and immediate surrounds).
In basic, everyday settings involving a straightforward and direct exchange of information on known and popular themes, he or she may make himself or herself understood.
In a basic manner, can discuss his or her history and education, immediate surroundings, and other items related to urgent requirements.
When clear, standard language is used and the focus is on common themes related to work, education, leisure time, and so on, the essential ideas may be understood.
Can cope with the majority of issues that arise when travelling in the linguistic region.
Can communicate himself/herself clearly and eloquently on known themes and personal interests.
Can report on experiences and events, express aspirations, ambitions, and objectives, and make brief comments to defend or explain his or her own opinions and intentions.
Can comprehend the major points of complicated literature on concrete and abstract issues; also comprehends specialist debates in his or her core field of specialty.
Can talk so naturally and smoothly that a regular conversation with native speakers is easily feasible without much effort on either side.
Can communicate himself/herself in a clear and thorough manner on a wide variety of issues, explain his/her opinion on a current issue, and highlight the pros and drawbacks of alternative solutions.
Can comprehend a wide range of difficult, lengthier texts, as well as implicit meanings.
Can communicate himself or herself naturally and eloquently without needing to look up terms frequently or significantly.
In his or her social and professional life, as well as in training and studies, he or she may utilise the language effectively and flexibly.
Can make clear, organised, and comprehensive remarks on complicated issues while using multiple text association techniques effectively.
Can easily grasp almost anything he or she reads or hears.
Can synthesise knowledge from a variety of written and spoken sources, recalling the reasons and explanations coherently.
Can naturally communicate himself/herself with great fluency and precision, as well as make finer subtleties of meaning evident in more difficult issues.