Course Levels

Course levels are defined according to the Common European Framework.

Basic Users

A1

It is aimed that users can meet their daily needs. They can talk about or describe themselves and other people. They can give details of themselves. They can understand common daily expressions and phrases on a basic level. They can understand when spoken to slowly and clearly and they can reply in a simple way.

A2

They can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to personal life, family, shopping, work, and the environment. They can communicate and express their ideas about familiar subjects.

Independent Users

B1

They can describe their personal experiences and report events. They can talk about their dreams, hopes, and ambitions. They can give short reasons and explanations in their explanations. They can express themselves through simple and well-organized texts about familiar subjects or interests. They can solve everyday life problems they encounter.

B2

They can express themselves in a detailed and understandable way on different subjects such as social problems, their preferences and problems or experiences and they express their own perspective on an issue by expressing the advantages or disadvantages of the issue. They can understand the main idea of complex texts, grounded abstract and concrete subjects and they can carry out technical discussions in their field of study. They can communicate confidently with a native speaker.

Proficient Users

C1

They can understand various difficult and long texts. They can grasp ambiguous meanings and they can recognize indirect and implied messages. Their vocabulary is enlarged by most of Turkish idiomatic and daily life expressions. They can express themselves in a fluent and natural way. They can use the language in their social, professional and educational lives efficiently and appropriately.

C2

They can use the language for academic and professional purposes and in their daily lives in a flexible and effective way. They have mastered the terminology in their area of interest. They can summarize the information they get from various verbal or written resources such as articles, newspapers or magazines and they can produce similar texts.