Conversation contents for level A2-B1
1. Give and ask for information
Give and ask for personal information.
Give and ask for information about products and objects.
Give and ask for information about reasons and causes.
Give and ask for information about objectives.
Communicate orders, requests and advice.
Give and leave messages by phone.
Refer to what others have said in the past.
Tell and describe.
Identify objects and people.
Describe the characteristics and the functioning of something.
Speak about present habits.
Speak about past habits.
Speak about present circumstances.
Speak about past circumstances.
Speak about future actions and situations.
Speak about the beginning and the duration of an action.
Locate an action in time.
Tell past events.
Locate actions in the past and in the present.
Order actions in sequence.
Tell stories in the present.
Tell stories of past experiences.
Speak about past experiences and evaluate them.
Tell stories of your academic and professional life.
Summarise an argument.
Speak about relationships between people.
2. Express opinions, attitudes and knowledge
Defend a position.
Give excuses and justify them.
Show agreement and disagreement.
Give opinions about objects.
Give opinions about actions and behaviours.
Express understanding and lack of.
Hypothesize and conjecture.
Evoke imaginary situations.
Refer to a piece of news and comment on it.
3. Express likes, desires and feelings
Ask for your wishes.
Express desire to do something.
React to another person’s desire.
Express and defend your skills.
Speak about skills.
Speak about difficulties.
Speak about emotions.
Assess situations and facts.
Express intentions and feelings
Express anger and indignation.
Express fear, anxiety and preoccupation.
4. Influence the interlocutor
Request and give permission.
Recommend and advise.
Ask a favour.
Ask for help.
Ask for objects.
Make a literary use of language.
Greet, introduce yourself and say goodbye.
Introduce yourself to someone (formally and informally).
Ask to be introduced.
Manage on the phone.
6. Structuring the speech
Ask to start a story and react.
Introduce the topic.
Maintain the attention of the interlocutor.
Reformulate what has been said.
Give the floor.
Conclude the story.
Phonetic contents for levels A2-B1.
Union of vowels.
Intonation in wish clauses.
Intonation according to different communicative functions and meanings.
Review of the Spanish language phonemes and their graphic transcription.
Meaning of silence and breaks.
Recognition of non-native accents (without identifying them).