Temel kullanıcı (EF SET seviyeleri 31 - 40)

A2 İngilizce seviyesi, Avrupa Konseyi tarafından farklı dil seviyeleri için yazılmış bir tanımlama olan Avrupa Dilleri Ortak Çerçeve Programı’nda (CEFR) ikinci seviyedir. Bu seviye, günlük konuşma dilinde “Temel seviyede İngilizce konuşuyorum” cümlesindeki anlamıyla “başlangıç” olarak adlandırılabilir. CEFR’deki resmi seviye tanımlaması “orta seviyedir”, yani bu da aynı anlama gelmektedir: temel. Öğrenciler bu seviyede İngilizcenin temellerinde ustalaşmıştır ve basit ve temel ihtiyaçlar için iletişim kurabilirler.

A2 İngilizce seviyesinde olduğunuzu nasıl anlarsınız?

A1 İngilizce seviyesinde olup olmadığınızı anlamanın en iyi yolu, yüksek kalitedeki standart bir sınava katılmaktır. Aşağıda kurumlarca tanınan ana sınavları ve A1 seviyesini gösteren puanlarını görebilirsiniz

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Score equivalent to the A1 level ¹

EF SET 11 – 30
TOEFL iBT n/a
IELTS n/a
TOEIC (R&L) Total n/a
Cambridge English Scale 80 – 99
Global Scale of English (Pearson) n/a

Her CEFR yeterlilik düzeyi için gerekli minimum dilbilgisi ve kelime bilgisini aşağıda bulabilirsiniz.

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● Present simple i.e. I come from Greece. I work late on Tuesdays.
● Present progressive i.e. She isn’t eating. Why are you wearing a coat?
● Present perfect with for, since, yet, already, never, ever, just, i.e. I have never seen that
film before. She hasn’t written yet. We have just finished eating.
● Present perfect progressive i.e. I have been learning English for ever.
● Passive voice i.e. The book has been rewritten many times. The dinner is served. She is
being vaccinated.
● Present progressive for future i.e. When are you meeting again?
● Present simple for future i.e. School starts at 8 every day.
● Reported speech i.e. She said she had been waiting for hours.
● There is, There are i.e. There is a dog in the garden. There are people everywhere.

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● Past simple: actions in the past i.e. I worked last night. I didn’t work. Did you work?
● Past simple of TO BE, i.e. I was, You were, She was, He was, It was, We were, You were, They were
● Past simple: regular and irregular verbs i.e. I visited London in 1998. I went to see a film yesterday.
● Past progressive i.e. I was watching the game. She was working for hours.
● Past progressive action interrupted by past simple i.e. I was playing basketball when the phone rang. She was cooking when we came.
● Major irregular verbs.

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● Wish, if only, expressing regrets
● Mixed conditionals in past, present and future

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Modals in the past i.e. could have done, may have seen, should have done, could have found

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● Adjectives vs adverbs, word formation, word order i.e. quick vs quickly, sudden vs suddenly, bad vs badly.
● Comparative of adjectives with -er and more i.e. older, more expensive
● Superlative of adjectives with -est and the most i.e. the biggest, the most interesting
● Irregular adjectives: less, good, bad, more
● The use of than i.e. She is a better driver than me.
● Adverbial phrases of time, place and frequency – including word order

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● Personal pronouns: I, he, she, he, it, we you, they
● Possessive pronouns: my, your, his, her, his, its, our, your, their
● Possessive with ‘s i.e. Tom’s diner, Susan’s song
● Object pronouns: me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them
● Demonstrative pronouns: that, those, this, these
● Pronouns: something, anything
● Reflexive pronouns: myself, himself, herself, etc.

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Phrasal verbs
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● Splitting phrasal verbs i.e. She shut the door up.
Idioms
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