At A2 level you are able to understand sentences and commonly used phrases pertaining to topics that are of relevance to everyday life (e.g. simple personal and family information, shopping, nearby geographical locations, occupation). You can communicate in straightforward, basic tasks that require a direct and familiar exchange of information. You can describe your past, present surroundings and necessary matter in simple terms.
You can engage in social interactions such as greetings, thank-yous, introductions, and you can express how you feel in simple language. You are capable of making or responding to requests from another person and can conduct brief, informal conversations. Though, without assistance comprehending further conversational topics may be difficult.
By developing basic communication skills, individuals can engage in various practical activities such as making and responding to invitations, suggestions and apologies, expressing likes and dislikes, exchanging opinions and comparing objects and people, as well as discussing evening and weekend plans. Additionally, they can inquire about, and make arrangements to do things, and ask and provide basic information while discussing potential future activities.