A1: communicate in a simple manner if the person you are speaking to talks slowly and clearly,
understand and use familiar, everyday and common expressions and simple sentences (e.g. information about yourself and your family or about shopping, work, and your immediate surroundings),
introduce yourself and others, as well as ask others about themselves, e.g. where they live, who they know and what they own.
A2: understand and use sentences and common expressions in everyday situations,
make yourself understood in simple, routine situations demanding an exchange of information on familiar and common topics,
describe your background and education, immediate surroundings and other matters associated with your immediate needs in a simple way.
B1: understand the main points of information in conversations and texts on familiar matters relating to work, school and leisure time, etc. when clear, standard language is used,
deal with most situations typically encountered when travelling in German-speaking countries,
express yourself simply and coherently when talking about familiar topics and areas of personal interest,
report on experiences and events, describe dreams, hopes and ambitions as well as make short statements and explanations.