General English CEFR Level A2

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General English Level A2

From this page, you can access all of our CEFR Level A2 lessons. To find out what skills you will have when you have completed CEFR Level A1, scroll down to the bottom of the page.

100 words for CEFR Level A2 list 2

100 words for CEFR Level A2 list 2 These 100 words for CEFR Level A2 list 2 are designed to help you improve your general English skills, but also to ...
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100 words for CEFR Level A2 list 1

100 words for CEFR Level A2 list 1 These 100 words for CEFR Level A2 list 1 are designed to help you improve your general English skills, but also to ...
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CEFR Level A2 list 2 vocabulary exercises

CEFR Level A2 list 2 vocabulary exercises Before you take the practice test below, make sure you have looked through CEFR Level A2 vocabulary list 2. All of the words ...
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CEFR Level A2 list 1 vocabulary exercises

CEFR Level A2 list 1 vocabulary exercises Before you take the practice test below, make sure you have looked through CEFR Level A2 vocabulary list 1. All of the words ...
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SITUATIONS: Talking about Christmas and new year

SITUATIONS: Talking about Christmas and new year A short post today to help with conversations you may have over the Christmas and new year period. Look out for the words ...
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SKILLS: Talking about the movies in English

In this lesson you will learn how to talk about going to the movies. NOTE: 'movies' is American English - in British English, they are called 'films'. Asking about the ...
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SPEAKING: Connected speech

When you first hear an unfamiliar language, you don’t really hear individual words but rather a flow of sound - connected speech. As you learn and become more familiar with ...
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SKILLS: Complaining in English

SKILLS: Complaining in English When you have a problem and you need to complain, there are ways of expressing yourself politely as you look for a solution. Being too direct ...
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TENSES: The past continuous – EXERCISES

Before trying these exercises, you should first read the past continuous information page here. Instruction: Choose the correct tense form from either simple past or past continuous. Conversation 1 Peter: ...
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What are the CEFR levels?

What are the CEFR levels? The Common European Framework for Language (CEFR) is an international standard to measure your language skills. It can be applied to many different languages, but ...
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GRAMMAR: Irregular verbs list

Irregular verbs, as the name suggests, don't follow a pattern. You simply need to learn them. In this lesson you will find an irregular verbs list. We suggest you try ...
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TENSES: The past continuous

The past continuous is also known as the past progressive tense. Example: He was washing his hands when the phone rang. We were singing and they were dancing all night ...
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GRAMMAR: Countable and uncountable nouns Level A2

The English language has different rules about countable and uncountable nouns than some other languages. Basic rules about countable and uncountable nouns are - A countable noun can be counted ...
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GRAMMAR: Adjective order – EXERCISES

Grammar for IELTS Adjective order exercises Have you read the information page on adjective order? Click here to read it before you try the adjective order exercises. Remember to register ...
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GRAMMAR: Adjective order

Adjective order is important if you are using more than one adjective before a noun. There is often a specific order in which they must be placed. For example: A ...
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GRAMMAR: Superlative adjectives

We use superlative adjectives when we are comparing one adjective against more than one other adjective. Examples of superlative adjectives: Of all animals, the cheetah is the fastest. Some people ...
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GRAMMAR: Countable and uncountable nouns Level A2 – EXERCISES

Have you read the information page on countable and uncountable nouns? Click here to read it before you try the countable and uncountable noun exercises. Remember to register to get ...
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TENSES: The future simple – EXERCISES

Have you read the information page on the future simple tense (will / be going to)? Click here to read it before you try the future simple exercises. Remember to ...
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TENSES: The future simple

The future simple tense is will and be going to The future simple tense has two forms in English - 'will' and '(be) going to'. When you use the future ...
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What should I know to complete this level in CEFR level A2?

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