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English Level B2

English Level B2

Scroll down to see the lessons we have at the B2 Level.

Level B2 is the higher intermediate level of our free course. To find out if you are the right level for B2, you should first find out your current English level.

English Level B2Level B2 Reading

By completing this level, you should be able to

  • understand newspaper articles about current problems or issues
  • read at speed with a high level of comprehension
  • read books and stories (fiction) with a high level of understanding
  • read specialist articles with some help for vocabulary (using a dictionary for unfamiliar words is OK)

Level B2 Listening

By completing this level, you should be able to

  • understand a native speaker talking at normal speed
  • understand more complicated arguments on familiar topics
  • understand a news or current affairs programme on television
  • understand the majority of a movie in English
  • identify a speaker’s mood and tone

Level B2 Speaking

By completing this level, you should be able to

  • Present an opinion
  • Explain and support a point of view
  • Talk about the advantages and disadvantages of a point of view
  • Take part in informal discussions
  • Understand social conversations in detail, even in difficult situations (such as a noisy room or when the speaker is using a range of idioms)
  • Respond to a point of view with an understandable level of fluency (although some mistakes are OK)
  • Talk to a native English speaker without misunderstandings on general topics
  • Identify your own errors and correct them
  • talk for extended periods (although with some moments of hesitation while thinking of a word or expression)
  • use grammar that will not cause significant misunderstandings (although some errors are OK)

Level B2 Writing

By completing this level, you should be able to

  • Present an opinion
  • Explain and support a point of view
  • Talk about the advantages and disadvantages of a point of view
  • write a report to pass on information or describe a situation
  • write personal letters regarding experiences
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