Students who complete level A will have the ability to understand simple conversations, basic public announcements, the general meaning of written advertisements, brief notes, programs and simple instructions. They will also be able to participate in simple, everyday situations, such as giving personal information, greetings, and communicating in all areas of social services, travel agencies, hotels, restaurants and stores. Students at this level will also be able to write short, simple texts about everyday situations and personal information.
At this level, students will be able to communicate at a simple level on a variety of topics that require an exchange of information and personal opinions. They will also have the ability to partially comprehend conversations between native speakers of the Greek language. Writing skills are also improved at this level and students will be able to communicate information in writing on a variety of subjects.
Students who complete this level will have the ability to comprehend and express themselves in various situations, both orally and in writing. They will be able to fully comprehend conversations between native speakers of the Greek language and express personal opinions related to those conversations. They will also have the ability to understand the tone and basic meaning of texts in newspapers and magazines, regulations, formal letters and reports. Writing skills are further improved at this level, and students will be able to write essays about personal and everyday experiences. Finally, students will become familiarized with the basic characteristics of Modern Greek culture and way of life in Greece.
At this level, students will have the ability to utilize the Greek language (both orally and in writing) with a high degree of accuracy. Successful communication in a variety of settings, such as personal and business conversations, will be possible. Students will be able to fully comprehend direct and implied meaning and information from large group conversations that are of unfamiliar subjects. Orally, students will have the ability to communicate effectively, using an advanced vocabulary and with great fluency in a variety of settings, such as business. Writing skills are further improved and daily and business writing needs will be met with ease. Grammatical and syntactical mistakes will be minimal.