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French B2 level


Piece of Cake

Listening skills : Being able to understand long enough conversations, if the subject is familiar and the vocabulary known in everyday life or in the world of work and business. 

Reading skills : Being able to understand a more complex text, casual or formal literature.

Speaking skills : Being able to actively participate in a conversation in familiar situations. Being able to present and defend one's opinion and to solve problems that you might encounter at the restaurant, at the hostel, in a shop, or in an administration office, during a work meeting with your colleagues, your boss, your customers and suppliers.

Writing skills : Being able to write clear and detailed texts on a wide range of topics.


By the end of level B2, you will be able to  :

  • Can understand most television news and news broadcasts.

  • Can understand fairly long lectures and speeches, and even follow complex argumentation if the subject is relatively familiar.

  • Can read articles and reports on a variety of issues.

  • Can enjoy watching movies.

  • Can understand contemporary prose texts.

  • Can communicate with a native speaker spontaneously and fluently to be able to have an efficient interaction.

  • Can actively participate in a conversation about familiar situations.

  • Can express and defend own point of view.

  • Can present ideas in a detailed and well-explained manner.

  • Can talk about the pros and cons of any subject matter and take a standpoint.

  • Can write clear, detailed texts on a wide range of topics.

  • Can write an essay or report conveying ideas for or against a given topic.

  • Can write letters to accept and propose events and explain personal experiences.

  • Easily appear for DELF B2 Exam.

Grammar topics:

  • A variety of linkers or connectors

  • Logical articulators: hypothesis, opposition, condition, cause, consequence

  • Subjunctive present and past

  • Verbs + subjunctive or infinitive

  • The conjunction + subjunctive or infinitive

  • Impersonal forms to express different degrees of certainty

  • Prepositional verbs

  • Prepositional Adjectives

  • Complex relative pronouns

  • Simple past

  • Dependant clauses in future and past tenses

  • The present participle

  • The present and past conditional

  • Nominalization

Vocabulary topics:

  • Politics

  • Religion

  • Education

  • Environment

  • Culture

  • Law and Order

  • Defence

  • Economy

  • Health

  • History

  • Fashion

  • Work : at office, from home

  • Natural disasters

  • Science and technology

  • Demographics

  • Family structures

  • Journalism

  • Protests

  • Justice

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