- Introduce yourself and meet other people.
- Describe people, objects, places, and weather.and meet other people.
- Express your likes and dislikes.
- Talk about your plans and obligations.
- Describe and narrate experiences and events in the past.
- Give instructions on how to do something.
- Use polite forms and give advice.
- Talk about the future.
- Speak of experiences, anecdotes, stories and tales of the past.
- Express your desires and feelings.
- Make hypothesis.
- Review and justify your opinions.
- Participate in discussions.
- Retell stories using the words others have said.
- Express conditions that may or may not occur in reality.
- Complete explanations of tastes, descriptions, and experiences.
- Express yourself with ease, spontaneity and effectively for social, academic and professional scenarios.
- Make jokes and use the double meaning or irony.
- Be able to understand a wide variety of discourses: literary texts, films, scholarly articles, television, etc.
- Produce clear speech, fluent and well structured with a controlled use of organizational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
- Take part in any conversation or discussion without effort.
- Be able to understand with ease virtually everything you hear or read.
- Use idiomatic expressions and colloquialisms.
- Express yourself fluently and accurately while conveying nuances.
- Learn to overcome communication problems with discretion.