Free English course Level A2

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Free English course Level A2

Free English course Level A2. This is our Free CEFR Level A2 English course. From this page, you can find all the resources to lift your English level up to A2 and towards CEFR Level B1. Before you begin, we recommend that you check your CEFR level first!

So what is the CEFR? The Common European Framework of References for languages is an international standard for describing language ability. This started 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. The CEFR is used to measure your English, but the same rules can be used for ALL languages in Europe.

So what will I be able to do if I complete Level A2?

  • You will be able to understand sentences about basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, your job.
  • You will be able to give information and understanding information your are told about things that happen everyday (routines)
  • You will be able to talk about things that you are interested in and things around you
  • You will understand how to talk about the present (now), the past and the future.

If you haven’t done so already, why not create a free membership account so you can follow your progress as you study? It’s free! If you already have an account, all you need to do is login.

Let’s get started with the first lesson in our free Level A2 course. Click the first lesson in the table below.

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  1. Hello Sir/Mam,
    I would like to clear my some doubt which is confusing me that what will the correct answer of these 2 questions ie.

    – He normally tells the truth but this time I Don`t believe (DON’T BELIEVE,DO NOT BELIEVE) (not believe) him. DO NOT KNOW) .
    – Iā€™m sorry, I don`t know (DON’T KNOW, DO NOT KNOW) (not know) the answer to that question.

    but, again & again , it is showing wrong answer. Kindly make it clear.
    Thank you ,
    Ms. Rohini Singh
    INDIA

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