|Real-life language skills|
|B1 Preliminary for Schools is set at Level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). Preparing for B1 Preliminary for Schools will give you the practical English skills to:|
shows that a pupil can use English to communicate with native speakers
for everyday purposes. For example, at B1 level, you can expect to:
- deal with everyday event
- read simple textbooks or magazine articles.
- write letters on familiar subjects.
- take notes in a lesson.
- understand the main points of straightforward instructions or public announcements.
- deal with everyday situations when going out.
- ask simple questions and take part in factual conversations with friends, family and at school.
- write letters or make notes on familiar matters.
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|A Cambridge English qualification|
Once you have earned a Cambridge English certificate, you hold one of the most valuable English qualifications in the world.