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Advancement Level Marking according to
the CEO
(Common European Framework)
Name according to the CEO
(Common European Framework)
1. Communication Situations A0 Survival Polish
2. Introduction to Language I. Basic A1 Introduction to Polish (Breakthrough)
3. Initial I. Basic A2 Waystage
4. Threshold II. General Intermediate B1 The Threshold
5. General Intermediate II. General Intermediate B2 First Certificate Polish
6. Specialist Intermediate III. Advanced C1 Study Certificate
7. Fluency level III. Advanced C2 Proficiency,naive speker


A 0

The course on this level familiarises students with the new language and constitutes the preparation stage for a course on the A 1 level.


A 1

A student on this level can:

  • Understands simple instructions and can find simple information in an oral text.
  • Actively participates in basic conversations about particular and predictable topics.
  • Can write a simple note about him- or herself.
  • Understands basic information or announcements.
  • Can provide elementary data in forms, and prepare notes specifying locations, time, and dates.

A 2

The student on this level can:

  • Formulate simple opinions, express requirements, and ask questions about everyday situations.
  • Understand typical announcements referring to the familiar topic and information on products or in public places.
  • Write short and simple texts, letters, or greetings to be sent via mail.



The course of such a level familiarises students with the new scope of language competences and constitutes the preparation stage for classes on the B2 level.


The student who achieved this level can:

  • Express opinions about abstract topics and culture.
  • Undertake a discussion and formulate utterances referring to familiar topics.
  • Give advice and help.
  • Understand public instructions and announcements, typical information and articles.
  • Understand the general meaning of popular issues presented unusually.



On this level the student can:

  • Read with comprehension and grasp relevant information.
  • Understand detailed advice and instructions.
  • Participate in conversations on various topics.
  • Write dictated text and a letter describing abstract ideas.


The student:

  • Participates in meetings relating to his or her profession.
  • Is able to comfortably participate in a conversation, using abstract terms.
  • Can read quickly and has no problems in understanding media information and non-standard correspondence.
  • Can take minutes at meetings and use various written forms of expression.