Whether you are studying in a group, privately or by yourself is always a good idea to see where you are at every so often. Moreover, if you need to describe your level to apply for uni abroad or a job where your language skills will be taken into account, giving a good idea of what you are able to do in your second language is crucial.
The below table is based on The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages or CEFR. The framework is a self-assessment grid. By choosing what “can do” statements apply to you, you will find out what level you are at. The CEFR was put together by the Council of Europe to standardise levels of language learning in different European countries and it’s now widely used throughout Europe.
There are six levels described below: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2
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