nivel B2 de español - B2 Spanish level

General Objectives for B2 Spanish level

At B2 Spanish level student will obtain the following skills:

  • Understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialization.
  • Interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party.
  • Produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.



Communicative Content Grammatical content
  • Refer to news and comment
  • Relate a news report/tell a story
  • Learn how to use the journalistic language
  • Understand news in different media
  • Give an opinion
  • Evaluate various options
  • Propose conditions
  • Argue different perspectives/viewpoints
  • Express agreement and disagreement
  • Refer to topics or other interventions
  • Give advice or evoke/conjure up imaginary situations
  • Comment on actions and behaviors
  • Express desires and repudiation
  • Express cause and purpose
  • Give advice and make proposals
  • Talk about feelings and personality
  • Talk about people’s qualities and objects
  • Talk about cities: describe and discuss qualities
  • Speak of previous beliefs about something
  • Express positive, negative and neutral feelings about something
  • Explain a condition a situation
  • Create/initiate conditions and requirements
  • Describe activities, movements and the situation of people and things
  • Give instructions
  • Talk about the posture of the body
  • Express feelings and moods
  • Express purpose
  • Express intention
  • Allude to promises in indirect form
  • Claim the fulfillment of a commitment
  • Combine times in the past form
  • Refer to past events
  • Communicate/carry on requests and warnings
  • Tell stories (tales, legends…)
  • Make predictions about the future
  • Analyze and expose problems related to the environment (its causes and its consequences)
  • Cohere texts
  • Talk about a job: Qualities, problems, functions and feelings
  • Describe a company
  • Describe/Explain some features of formal texts
  • Evaluate past events
  • Talk about facts not related to the past and its consequences
  • Make reproaches
  • Convey what others have said in the past
  • Use of “aunque”
  • Verbs with pronouns
  • Pretérito Indefinido vs Pretérito Imperfecto
  • Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto
  • Simple present of Subjuntivo
  • Superlatives
  • Exclamatory phrases
  • Relative phrases
  • Simple future
  • Future perfect
  • The Passive
  • Pretérito Imperfecto of Subjuntivo
  • Ir a + infinitivo
  • Seguir/continuar + gerundio
  • Dejar de+ infinitivo
  • Ser / estar + bueno, horrible…
  • Ser / estar + bien/mal…
  • Como/cuando/adonde + presente de subjuntivo
  • Lo que más/menos…
  • Con tal de que + presente subjuntivo…
  • Me gusta…
  • Me encanta…
  • Me sorprende…
  • Me llama la atención…

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