Common European Framework of Reference
This table is designed to help you tell us what level you are currently at when discussing which course option is right for you.
Then when you have a free level assessment we can confirm which class is best for you.
|Description||Common European Framework Levels|
|BEGINNER||You have no ability to use the language except for a few words||–|
|ELEMENTARY||You can understand and use familiar expressions. You can communicate in simple terms and can exchange information if the other person speaks slowly and clearly.||A1|
|LOWER INTERMEDIATE||You can take part in simple exchanges in everyday professional or personal life with a sympathetic native speaker.||A2|
|INTERMEDIATE||You understand the main ideas of texts. You can discuss past and future projects, and you understand limited social conversations.||B1|
|UPPER INTERMEDIATE||You have a good command of the language, with some inaccuracies. You understand implicit ideas in complex texts and can use the language effectively for professional or academic purposes.||B2|
|ADVANCED||You have a fully operational command of the language, with occasional inaccuracies, understanding most texts and conversations. You can express ideas coherently and precisely, but are still missing some of the cultural nuances of the language.||C1, C2|