Stanag 6001 Functional Language. Exam Booster Level 2 & 3


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-Have you ever felt that you know grammar rules and quite a lot of vocabulary but somehow… you are not able to put it all IN PRACTICE in life situations and demonstrate it on the exam?

-Are you confused when it comes to using expressions in a FORMAL vs. INFORMAL context?

-Do you end up TRANSLATING the expressions from your native language as you don’t know their EQUIVALENTS in English?

Hey, I got your back.

I created this e-book (it’s in a PDF format) for people who are preparing for the STANAG 6001 / SLP / JFLT exam and are struggling with demonstrating their skills on the exam.


Functional language is the language we use to perform various ‘functions’ in specific situations, such as inviting, giving advice, comparing, speculating or disagreeing, to name a few.

It allows you to COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY in different situations (buying a ticket, putting forward suggestions in a meeting, describing circumstances of a range accident to your superior or complaining in a restaurant). Do they sound like exam tasks in your role plays, formal letters or reports? That’s because they are. ????

Functional language offers students the link to the real word by sounding more natural, but also directly targets exam English (e.g. how to politely disagree with someone).


You also get a BONUS:

an AUDIO version of the e-book so that you can listen to all the expressions.

It saves you a lot of time – no need to look them all up in order to hear the pronunciation.
MP3 format.

This e-book was created in order to help you boost your
STANAG 6001 (SLP 2 and 3) exam performance

There is no one official exam for the STANAG 6001 levels.
Countries that use the scale produce their own tests and are responsible
for validating them according to the STANAG 6001 level framework.
This e-book will provide you with all the necessary language
functions that you may come across in your SPEAKING and
WRITING tasks so that you can successfully complete them.
Language functions bridge the gap between vocabulary and
grammar usually taught in isolation and help develop your English
for real-life situations.

Language functions

Specifications for Level 2

The candidate is expected to demonstrate the following abilities:

  • Thanking
  • Expressing opinion
  • Describing people, places and things
  • Describing past, present and future events
  • Giving information
  • Asking for information
  • Making requests
  • Suggesting
  • Inviting
  • Accepting and refusing
  • Making recommendations
  • Expressing cause
  • Apologizing
  • Stating facts
  • Explaining
  • Expressing discontent / dissatisfaction
  • Describing similarities and differences
  • Giving directions
  • Giving instructions


Specifications for Level 3

The candidate is expected to demonstrate the following abilities:

  • Describing
  • Giving information
  • Asking for information
  • Making requests
  • Complaining
  • Suggesting
  • Making recommendations
  • Inviting
  • Refusing
  • Apologizing
  • Giving orders
  • Explaining
  • Providing arguments
  • Giving examples
  • Describing causes and effects
  • Expressing opinions
  • Justifying opinions / choices
  • Giving advice
  • Giving solutions



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