Slovak language A1, A2, B1, B2

The courses are meant for achieving levels A1, A2, B1, and B2 according to the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages), which has been compiled by the Council of Europe to develop international norms for language learning, teaching and assessment. The European framework contains six reference levels of language competencies, each of them has ist own specified content and a range of skills.

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Levels of the European Framework for languages:

Framework level

Common Slovak for adults and teenagers


Acquired language competencies

(2 semesters)



The student understands and uses basic expressions, creates simple sentences and can fullfill his/her own communication needs in a standard dialogue. He/she can introduce him/herself and ask and answer questions concerning his/her personal details (where does he/she live, who he/she works with, who is he/she a friend with, what is he/she doing, what does/doesn‘t he/she have.) He/she masters communication on the basic social level.

(2 semesters)



The student understands commonly used sentences and expressions that are connected with these areas: basic personal and family data, shopping, place and time, employment. He/she communicates in common situations which require simple and straight exchange of information. He/ she knows how to provide basic information including his/her environment and interests.

(2 semesters)



He/she understands the essence of the standard verbal expression at work, in school, in his/her free time. He/she can cope with communication situations in travelling, can talk about his/her interests, experiences, about events in his/her life, about dreams and ambitions. He/she can express his/her opinion, attitude and plan, simply justify and explain.

(2 semesters)



The student is able to catch the essence of a complex expression in specific and also abstract topics including professional discussion in his/her own profession. Communicates fluently and spontaneously, allowing him/her to keep regular dialogs in Slovak without misundrestandings. He is able to write a text in different topics, explain his/her own view of the subject, consider the pros and cons.




The student understand a wide complex of demanding texts with a wide extent and is able to understand also hidden meaning of the text. Fluently and spontaneously expressess hiss/her opinion without hesitation by the search for the right expression. He/she uses the language effectively for social and professional uses. He is able to write clear and well segmented text with more complex themes, is able to formulate and connect parts of a text.




The student understands any verbal or written expression. He is able to extract relevant information from a continouous text and sort them out, create new arguments in verbal presentation. He/she can spontaneously express also slight meaning nouances also in complex expressions.