Online Course General English Level B1

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What is level B1?
Intermediate. If you’re already experienced in English, this level will allow you to strengthen
your ability to describe things and situations in the conditional and past tenses, develop your
writing skills, and improve your coherence.                                                                                           
Level B1
Level B1 corresponds to independent users of the language, i.e. those who have the necessary
fluency to communicate without effort with native speakers. It is important to bear in mind
that the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL) is the system that
defines and explains the different levels of oral and written expression and comprehension for
languages such as English.
Placement Test
To do the placement test, please click here to complete the form.
One of the questions you might ask yourself when you read this information is, what language
competences characterise a person who can prove they have a level B1 in English? The CEFRL
specifies the following:
 Is able to understand the main points of clear texts in standard language if they are
about topics with which they are familiar, whether in work, study or leisure contexts.
 Can cope with most of the situations that might arise on a trip to areas where the
language is used.
 Is able to produce simple, coherent texts about topics with which they are familiar or in
which they have a personal interest.
 Can describe experiences, events, wishes and aspirations, as well as briefly justifying
opinions or explaining plans.
Study targets for English level B1

English communication (B1)
 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
English vocabulary (B1)
 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
English grammar (B1)
 Adverbs for time, degree, manner
 Past habits and states (used to)
 Present perfect simple
 Modals: should have, might have etc
 Present continuous (future)
 Future simple: will
 Future:going to
 Present perfect continuous
 Past continuous

 Past perfect simple
 Conditionals (first and second)
 Future continuous
 Passives levels


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