CEFR levels from A1 to C1


Here's a brief explanation of the CEFR levels from A1 to C1:

A1 (Beginner): Can understand and use basic phrases, introduce oneself, and engage in simple conversations.

A2 (Elementary): Can comprehend and communicate on familiar topics, handle routine situations, and describe personal experiences.

B1 (Intermediate): Can understand the main points of everyday language, express opinions, and engage in conversations on familiar topics.

B2 (Upper Intermediate): Can comprehend complex texts, interact fluently, and discuss a wide range of subjects confidently.

C1 (Advanced): Can understand demanding texts, express ideas clearly, and engage effectively in social, academic, and professional contexts.

Progressing through the levels requires consistent practice and exposure to the language. These guidelines aid in assessing and developing language skills.