Orta seviye (EF SET seviyeleri 41 - 50)

B1 İngilizce seviyesi, Avrupa Konseyi tarafından farklı dil seviyeleri için yazılmış bir tanımlama olan Avrupa Dilleri Ortak Çerçeve Programı’nda (CEFR) üçüncü seviyedir. Bu seviye, günlük konuşma dilinde “orta seviye” olarak adlandırılabilir ve bu zaten CEFR’deki resmi seviye tanımlamasıdır. Öğrenciler bu seviyede temelden daha öte seviyededir ancak yine de sadece İngilizce dilinde çalışamaz ya da eğitim göremezler.

B1 İngilizce seviyesinde olduğunuzu nasıl anlarsınız?

B1 İngilizce seviyesinde olup olmadığınızı anlamanın en iyi yolu, yüksek kalitedeki standart bir sınava katılmaktır. Aşağıda kurumlarca tanınan ana sınavları ve B1 seviyesini gösteren puanlarını görebilirsiniz:

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Score equivalent to the B1 level¹

EF SET 41 – 50
IELTS 4.0 – 5.0
TOEIC (R&L) Total 550 – 780
Cambridge English Scale 140 – 159
TOEFL iBT 42 – 71
Global Scale of English (Pearson) 43 – 58

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

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● Present simple i.e. Mark usually plays football on Sundays.
● Stative verbs i.e. like, prefer, understand, want, need, know, mean, believe, remember, forget
● Present simple for future i.e. The train leaves at 8.The bank closes at 4.
● Present progressive i.e. Please be quiet, I am working.
● Present progressive for future i.e. I am seeing my sister tomorrow.
● Present progressive with always i.e. She is always screaming.
● Present perfect with for, since, yet, already, never, ever, just, recently, etc.
● Present perfect progressive i.e. I have been working for Jane for seven years now.
● Passive voice of all present tenses i.e. Hamlet was written by Shakespeare. The sweater is made of wool.
● Reported speech i.e. She said she was happy.
● Is used to, get used to in all present tenses i.e. I used to live in a city. You can get used to living in a village.
● To have something done i.e. I have had my hair cut.

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● Past simple i.e I was tired last night. We enjoyed the party.
● Past progressive i.e. In 2010 we were living in Australia.
● Past perfect i.e. When I arrived, everybody had left. I had exercised.
● Past perfect progressive i.e. I had been playing basketball.
● Used to i.e. I used to have a dog.
● Passive voice i.e. She said she had been tired.
● Reported speech i.e. She said she loved the film. She didn’t know where her father was.
● All main 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 with -ed vs -ing, i.e. boring vs bored, tiring vs tired, shocking vs shocked etc.
● Adverbs of frequency – always, never, seldom, sometimes, often, rarely, occasionally, etc.
● Word order of adverbs of frequency i.e. I never smoke. I am never late.
● Comparative and superlative of irregular adjectives i.e. little – less – the least
● Same as, the same i.e. Laura gets the same salary as me. You’re just the same as your mother.
● As… as i.e. He isn’t as old as he looks. It’s not as cold.
● Like, alike, slightly i.e. You look like your mother, They look alike. She is slightly taller than me.

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● Pronouns: something, anything, nothing
● Reflexive pronouns: myself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourself, themselves

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

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