Conversation contents for level B1-B2
1. Give and ask for information
Identify actions, objects, places and people.
Ask and give information about whether someone knows someone or knows something.
Ask and give information about people’s qualities.
Ask and give information about the qualities of objects.
Describe the movements and situation of people and things.
Relay information about the past.
Relay requests and warnings.
Refer to promises made in the past.
Narrate and describe.
Talk about the past.
Talk about habitual actions in the past.
Talk about a job: qualities, functions, problems,…
Place different actions in the past.
Locate events in time.
Describe actions, objects, places and people.
Compare actions, objects, places and people.
Describe body posture.
Make comparisons and differences.
Talk about personality. Talk about character.
Express unfinished / unreal conditions in the past.
Indicate the moment when the action occurs.
Relate different moments in time.
Write a news story.
Remembering a person’s life.
Referring to past events.
Sequence future activities.
Relate different future actions.
Talking about unfinished events in the past and their consequences.
Talk about past experiences.
2. Express opinions, attitudes and knowledge
Ask for opinions.
Express agreement or disagreement.
Give opinions and assessments.
Evaluate facts and experiences of the past.
Explain the cause and consequence of an action.
Evaluate different options.
Express unlikely hypotheses.
Talk about social customs
Express an obstacle to an action.
3. Express tastes, desires and feelings
Ask for wishes.
Express unlikely or impossible wishes
Ask for plans.
Ask for intentions.
Talk about previous ideas or expectations.
React by expressing feelings.
Talk about your skills.
Ask about other people’s skills.
Talk about feelings in the present.
Talk about feelings in the past.
Express anger and indignation.
Express fear, anxiety, and worry.
Express surprise and strangeness.
4. Influence the interlocutor
Give instructions and orders.
Propose an idea.
Correct wrong information.
Formally request something.
Claim the fulfilment of a commitment.
Draw attention to a problem.
Influence the conscience of others.
Make a literary use of language.
Greet someone, introduce yourself, say goodbye (in the appropriate register).
Introduce someone (formal and informal).
Ask to be introduced.
6. Structuring the speech
Highlight or give importance to something.
Introduce the topic.
Allude to topics or contributions from others.
Give the choice to the interlocutor.
Manage speaking turns.
Cohesion of texts.
Giving coherence to a text.
Illustrate with examples.
Reformulate what has been said.
Phonetic contents for level B2
Refinement of accent and possible phonetic errors.
Recognition of pronunciation differences between Spain and Latin America.
Review of the phonemes of the Spanish language and their graphic transcription.
Meaning of silences and pauses.
Recognition of non-native accents (without identifying them).