- Understand almost everything he hears or reads.
- Make summaries based on information from different oral or written sources, composing arguments and descriptions in a coherent presentation.
- Spontaneously expressed, with great comfort and accuracy, distinguishing subtle semantic nuances even in very complex circumstances.
- Understand a wide range of demanding, lengthy texts and recognize implied meanings.
- Express comfortably and spontaneously without often looking for expressions.
- Use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional aims.
- Produce clear, well-structured, detailed texts on complex topics, demonstrating controlled use of organizational patterns, connectivity, and cohesion mechanisms.
- Understand the main ideas of a complex text, both for specific and abstract topics, including discussions on technical issues of his specialty.
- Interact with some comfort and spontaneity that makes it possible to communicate normally with native speakers of the language at no cost to either party.
- Produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of topics and explain a point of view on a central issue, giving the pros and cons of the various options.
- Understand the main points that are presented to him clearly and without deviations from the common language type and that relate to topics that are regularly encountered at work, at school, in leisure, etc.
- Handle situations that are likely to arise during a trip to an area where the language is spoken.
- Produce a simple text related to topics that he knows or that concerns him personally.
- Describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and aspirations and give brief reasons and explanations for his opinions and plans.
- Understand sentences and expressions that are frequently used and related to areas that are
directly relevant (eg very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, work).
- Communicate in simple and ordinary tasks that require simple and direct exchange of information on topics that are familiar to him and on matters of routine.
- Describe in simple terms aspects of its history, its immediate environment as well as issues of immediate need.
- Understand and use everyday expressions that are familiar to him and very basic phrases that aim to satisfy specific needs.
- Introduce and recommend others and can ask and answer questions about personal information, such as where he lives, the people he knows and the things he owns. He can communicate in a simple way provided his interlocutor speaks slowly and clearly and is willing to help.