Being on an A1 level means you can read and understand familiar words and very simple sentences such as messages and simple forms. In everyday speech you can understand as long as it is spoken slowly and clearly about familiar and close topics. You can ask and answer simple questions related to your own person.
Being at an A2 level means you can read, understand, and render simple written information related to your privacy or job. You can answer and ask questions and keep simple conversations if the person you are talking to speaks slowly and about familiar topics.
Being at a B1 level in Norwegian means that you can present topics verbally and in writing, retelling with good vocabulary what texts are about, describing and justifying. You can write longer texts where you express opinions and justify them. You should be able to use digital tools to write CVs, applications and fill in relevant electronic forms. You can be active in and have continuous conversations about topics from work, school, home and leisure.
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