Language skills assesment

Language Qualification Assesment


A1 – Individual capable of distinguishing simple words and expressions in common use related to himself, his family and the contexts in which he is inserted, when spoken clearly and slowly.

A2 – Individual capable of understanding expressions and vocabulary most frequently used associated with aspects of personal interest such as family, shopping, work and social environment. Understands the essentials of an advertisement and simple, short and clear messages.

B1 – Individual capable of understanding essential points of a spoken sequence related to current issues about work, school, free time and others, comprises the main points of many television and radio programs on current topics or subjects of personal and professional interest, when speech is relatively slow and clear.

B2 – Individual capable of understanding long exposures and lectures, more complex parts of the argument, as long as the topic is relatively familiar, understanding of most news on television and films, as long as the standard language is used.

C1 – Understanding a long exposure, even if it is not clearly structured, an individual understands television programs and films without great difficulty.

C2 – Individuals do not have any difficulty in understanding any type of oral utterance through the different means of communication, even when speaking quickly at the speed of native speakers, requiring only some time to familiarize themselves with the local accent.


A1 – Individual capable of differentiating known names, simple words and phrases, available, for example, in notices, leaflets or posters.

A2 – Reading short and simple texts, find predictable and concrete information in rudimentary newsrooms in current use, for example, announcements, schedules, leaflets, menus, personal letters.

B1 – Individual capable of understanding texts where the predominant language is composed of texts from everyday life or related to work, able to understand descriptions of events, feelings and desires.

B2 – Reading of articles and some reports on contemporary subjects with particular points of view, able to understand literary texts in prose.

C1 – Ability to understand long and complex essays, literary and non-literary texts, distinguishing styles, understanding specialized articles and long technical instructions, even if not related to your area of ​​knowledge.

C2 – Individual capable of easily reading practically all forms of written text, this includes more abstract, linguistic or structurally complex essays, such as manuals, specialized articles and diverse literary works, with the exception of some very technical terms.

Oral interaction

A1 – Individual communicates in a simple way, as long as the interlocutor is willing to repeat and say the same thing in other words, at a slower pace, helping to formulate what he wants to convey. Able to ask and answer simple questions on known issues or related to areas of immediate need.

A2 – The person is able to communicate in simple and routine situations, dealing with usual subjects and activities that require only an exchange of direct information, but do not understand enough to maintain the conversation.

B1 – Individuals can deal with most situations that may arise when traveling to a place where the language is spoken, for example, they do not need prior preparation to talk about familiar, personal or common subjects.

B2 – Conversation with fluency, sufficient spontaneity, normally interact with native speakers in familiar contexts, presenting and defending their points of view.

C1 – Communicates spontaneously and fluently, has no apparent difficulty in finding suitable expressions, uses language flexibly for social and professional purposes, able to formulate ideas and opinions accurately.

C2 – Individual participates in any conversation or discussion effortlessly, uses idiomatic and colloquial expressions, capable of fluently expressing and accurately transmitting small differences in the sense of the dialect.

Oral production

A1 – Individual uses simple expressions and phrases describing where they live and people they know.

A2 – Make use of a series of expressions and phrases to talk about your family, living conditions, work, among other matters in a simple way.

B1 – Individual able to articulate expressions in a simple way, describing experiences and events, able to explain or justify opinions, tell a story, report the plot of a book or film, describe reactions.

B2 – Expresses clearly a wide range of subjects associated with your interests, able to explain a point of view on a given subject, discussing the advantages and disadvantages of different options.

C1 – Presents clear and effective descriptions on complex themes that integrate subthemes, develops particular aspects reaching an appropriate conclusion.

C2 – Individual exposes oral arguments without difficulty and fluently in a style appropriate to the context, endowed with a logical structure.


A1 – Individual writes a simple and short postcard, for example about his vacation, able to fill out a form with personal data in a hotel, with name, address, nationality.

A2 – The person is able to write short and simple messages and notes referring to topics of immediate need, ability to write a very simple personal letter, for example, to thank something.

B1 – Ability to write an articulated essay in a simple way on known or interesting topics, capable of writing personal letters to describe experiences and impressions.

B2 – Capacity for a clear text on a wide selection of subjects related to topics of interest, an individual capable of writing an expository text or a report, disseminating information and presenting arguments according to a certain point of view.

C1 – Writes in a clear and well-structured way, exposes points of view with a certain degree of elaboration, capable of writing letters and reports on complex subjects, emphasizing the most important aspects, writes in different styles.

C2 – Individual capable of writing texts in a fluent and appropriate style, developing complex letters, reports or articles that present a case with a logical structure, the ability to make summaries and reviews of literary and professional and technical works.