What is my CEFR level?

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What is my CEFR level?What is my CEFR level? If you want to know what your CEFR level is, then take the assessments in the table below (you may need to scroll down to see them). These assessments will tell you what your CEFR level is from A1 (the lowest level) to C2 (this highest level).

So what is the CEFR? The Common European Framework of References for languages is an international standard for describing language ability. It was first created in the 1990s, and it describes language ability on a six-point scale, from A1 for beginners, up to C2 for those who have mastered a language.It was not designed purely to test your English – it was a system designed to measure ALL languages in Europe.

For example, in Level A1, you should be able to introduce yourself and use very basic phrases. By the time you reach Level C2, you should be able to understand everything you hear or read, and can summarise information, present an argument and speak very fluently.

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    • Hi there – it’s actually something we are working on at the moment. It shouldn’t have been live on the site yet – sorry for any inconvenience!

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