At C1 level, you have the ability to comprehend a wide selection of in-depth and lengthy texts, as well as identify whatever underlying meanings may be present. Additionally, you can formulate your thoughts fluently and quickly without a great deal of effort. You are also empowered to express yourself for a variety of social, academic and professional purposes with adeptness and eloquence. Part of being competent at this level is the capacity to author clear, organised, and comprehensive texts based on intricate topics while exhibiting the adept control of organisational patterns, connectors, and other persuasive features.
Additional skills include the capacity to express yourself legitimately and convincingly in social situations, including the use of emotional and allusive patterns, and witticisms. You ought to likewise possess the ability to observe and contribute to in-depth conversations, even on abstract and alien ideas. Additionally, you must show the ability to effectively present an authoritative stance while responding to questions, counterarguments and comments all with fluency, spontaneity, and suitability.
In a professional setting, one should be able to restate, evaluate, and reflect upon contributions from other participants that pertain to areas of researched knowledge. It is important to be able to diplomatically disagree with or make critical remarks concerning the contributions of others. In order to gain greater depth of knowledge, probing questions can be used. Additionally, clarification on points of confusion may be necessary and beneficial. Through the use of critical thinking and discourse, a course of action may be determined in partnership or with a group. Demonstrative abilities should also include being able to effectively report on the input of others, summarizing and elaborating multiple perspectives.
Furthermore, at this level an individual has the ability to participate in interviews as an interviewee or interviewer, and to engage in smooth conversation while responding effectively to interjections.