At B1 level, you'll be able to comprehend the primary concepts of regular and ordinary topics addressed in contexts like work, studies, and hobbies. You'll also be able to maintain basic conversations when travelling to places where the language is spoken. In addition, you'll be able to write on topics that are either familiar or interests you in some way; for example, you'll be able to write about experiences, events, desires, and outlines with related explanations.
Furthermore, you'll be able to initiate and keep a conversation going by formulating inquiries about special occurrences or opinions on common subjects. Also, should you accept to converse with others, you'll be able to have somewhat extended talks on mutual interests, although the interlocutor needs to help in order to ensure a better understanding. Lastly, you will also be able to understand topics discussed in common conversations, although you might have to request a word or phrase to be repeated at times.
At B1 level one is able to articulate various emotional states such as surprise, happiness, sadness, interest, or indifference. Furthermore, one can offer their thoughts on abstract or cultural topics such as music or films. Additionally, one can explain why something is in issue, furnishing concise commentary on the opinions of others. A comparison and contrast of alternatives is available when considering the decision of where to go, what to do, or what to select. Finally, it is possible to express ideas, beliefs and polite disagreements while inviting others to present their ideas.