Speaking 2 - ELP:
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By the end of this class I can:
ask for the spelling of a word, or for a word to be written down.
ask and answer basic questions about family and friends in a limited way.
tell the time of day to within five minutes.
say where they and other people are in a limited way.
describe the position of something in a very basic way.
give basic information about the price of something.
greet people, ask how they are and react to news.
tell the time of day to the quarter hour.
ask for a drink or food in a limited way.
buy tickets on public transport using basic fixed expressions.
ask and answer simple questions in areas of immediate need or on very familiar topics.
ask for and give very basic information about the home.
indicate time by such phrases as next week, last Friday, in November, three o’clock.
accurately repeat clearly spoken words, phrases, and short sentences.
describe where they live.
check into a hotel using a few basic fixed expressions.
introduce themselves, their hobbies and interests in a basic way.
read aloud short, familiar fixed expressions in a way that can be understood.
express ability or lack of ability with regard to basic activities using can or can’t.
accept offers using basic fixed expressions.
ask and answer simple questions about people they know in a limited way.
make an introduction and use basic greeting and leave-taking expressions.
ask people for things and give people things.
express how they are feeling using very basic fixed expressions.
exchange personal details (e.g. where they live, things they have).
express preferences about food and drink using basic fixed expressions.
use basic words to describe common weather conditions.
describe a person’s likes and dislikes using simple language.
use brief, everyday expressions to describe wants and needs, and request information.
answer simple questions about the location of people or things in a limited way.
ask for attention.
ask for simple directions, referring to a map or plan.
describe an object using simple language.