COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK OF REFERENCE FOR LANGUAGE
People have been learning, teaching, and assessing language for centuries. In this long history, there have been as many different ways of teaching as there have been ways of describing levels of language learning and assessment. In order to facilitate both teaching and learning we need a way to specify what our learners are able to do at certain levels, in most countries there is general agreement that language learning can be organized into three levels : basic/beginner, intermediate, and advanced.
The Common European Framework describes what a learner can do at six specific levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, and C2. • Basic User (A1 and A2) • Independent User (B1 and B2) • Proficient User (C1 and C2)
L’IFJ Romain Gary centre d’examen
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