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Description of Course Levels

1) Level A2 (Basic)
With this level, people can understand frequently used sentences and expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (for example, basic personal and family information, shopping,
local environs, and work). They can communicate about common daily situations requiring simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters and can describe aspects of their background or personal experience, as well as immediate surroundings and basic needs in simple terms.

2) Level B1 (Elementary)
With this level, people can understand the main points of clear information on issues related to work, school, or leisure, among others. They can deal with most situations likely to arise while travelling in an area where the target language is spoken. They can produce a simple and coherent discourse on topics which they are familiar with or of personal interest. They can describe experiences and events; dreams, hopes, and expectations; and briefly give reasons and explanations on opinions or plans.

3) Level B2 (Intermediate)
With this level, people can understand the main ideas of complex texts on both specific and abstract topics, including technical discussions in their field of specialisation. They can interact with a level of fluency and spontaneity that makes it possible to have regular interaction with native speakers without strain for either party. They can produce clear, detailed texts on a wide range of subjects and explain their view on a topic, explaining the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

4) LEVEL C1 (Advanced)
With this level, people can understand a wide range of longer texts and recognise implicit meaning. They can express themselves fluently and spontaneously without having to make a great effort to search for words or expressions. They can also use language in a flexible and effective way for social, academic and professional purposes without implying any tension for the interlocutor. They can produce clear, well-structured, detailed texts on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive elements, while maintaining a consistently high degree of grammatical correctness; errors are rare and difficult to detect.

5) NIVELL C2 (Proficiency)
Detailed description of Valencian: analysis of most common interferences with the Spanish language. Writing techniques and planning of oral discourse.


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