Bağımsız kullanıcı (EF SET seviyeleri 51- 60)

B2 İngilizce seviyesi, Avrupa Konseyi tarafından farklı dil seviyeleri için yazılmış bir tanımlama olan Avrupa Dilleri Ortak Çerçeve Programı’nda (CEFR) dördüncü seviyedir. Bu seviye, günlük konuşma dilinde güvenmek kelimesinin “İngilizce konusunda kendime güveniyorum” cümlesindeki anlamıyla “güvenilen seviye” olarak adlandırılır. Resmi seviye tanımlaması “orta seviye üstüdür”. Öğrenciler bu seviyede İngilizce konuşulan çeşitli akademik ve profesyonel ortamlarda bağımsız olarak hareket edebilirler, ancak nüans ve doğruluk hususları sınırlıdır.

B2 İngilizce seviyesinde olduğunuzu nasıl anlarsınız?

B2 İngilizce seviyesinde olup olmadığınızı anlamanın en iyi yolu, yüksek kalitedeki standart bir sınava katılmaktır. Aşağıda kurumlarca tanınan ana sınavları ve B2 seviyesini gösteren puanlarını görebilirsiniz:

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Score equivalent to the B2 level¹

EF SET 51 – 60
IELTS 5.5 – 6.0
TOEIC (R&L) Total 785 – 940
Cambridge English Scale 160 – 179
TOEFL iBT 72 – 94
Global Scale of English (Pearson) 59 – 75

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. They watched TV all evening. It began to rain soon after dinner. I didn’t see Jane all evening. Did you meet your friend?
● Past progressive i.e. The telephone rang when she was having a bath. She was wearing trousers yesterday.
● Past perfect i.e. She found the keys she had lost.
● Past perfect progressive i.e. We had been playing tennis all evening.
● Used to i.e. She used to play football as a kid.
● Was used to, got used to in all forms i.e. She was used to talking to her family on the phone.
● Had something done i.e. I had my hair cut.
● Passive voice of all past tenses i.e. The promise was broken. The office was cleaned every day.
● Reported speech i.e. She said she wanted to buy a car.
● Past tenses used for narration
● All main irregular verbs

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● All forms
● 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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● All forms

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● Adjectives with -ed vs -ing i.e. I am interested in your offer. Your offer is interesting.
● Adverbs of frequency – always, never, seldom, sometimes, often, etc.
● Word order of adverbs of frequency i.e. I am never late. I never call people after 10 p.m.
● Comparative and superlative of irregular adjectives i.e. far – further / farther – furthest / farthest
● 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.
● As soon as, still, so far, not only, whatsoever, i.e. As soon as the bus arrived, the
passengers rushed to board it. She is still asleep. How many we got so far? He has no respect for authority whatsoever. Not only will they paint the outside of the house but also the inside.

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● Connecting words expressing cause and effect, contrast: so, which, until, why, while, when, as, before, after, until, as long as, whenever, whereas, but, by the time, etc.

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● Phrasal verbs – turn, give, go, get, run, hold, let, carry, come, etc.
● Idioms and fixed phrases about housing, holidays, music, pets, human qualities, work, feelings, finances, etc.
● Job
● Family
● Food and Drinks
● Climate and weather
● Environment
● Animals
● Living areas, Flat, house, furniture, etc.
● Means of transportations
● Free time activities
● Daily routines

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