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评估测试

  • Français

    Le test d’évaluation de vos connaissances actuelles dans la langue cible est le point le plus important au moment de l’inscription. Mal évalué, vous n’obtiendrez pas les progrès souhaités. Il est donc essentiel que vous preniez quelques minutes pour faire notre test en ligne.

    Test de français
  • Español

    El examen de evaluación de sus conocimientos actuales en el idioma de destino es la cosa la más importante de su registración. Mal evaluada, No tendrá los progresos deseados. Es esencial que tome el tiempo suficiente para hacer la prueba que tenemos sobre nuestro sitio Internet.

    Prueba de español
  • English

    The assessment test that evaluates your language skills of your target language is the most important part when you register. If you are not correctly evaluated you will not achieve the progress desired. Consequently, it is essential that you make up some time to take the test online.

    English test
  • Deutsch

    Der Einstufungstest in ihrer Zielsprache ist der wichtigste Anhaltspunkt bei ihrer Einschreibung. Wenn Sie falsch bewertet werden, werden Sie nicht den gewünschten Fortschritt erhalten. Es ist also wichtig, dass Sie sich einige Minuten Zeit nehmen, um den Online-Test zu machen.

    Deutsch-Test

You want to know your level

Would you like to know your level of English for your work, be able to appreciate your mastery of German or know where you are in Spanish without taking a language test? Use this evaluation grid of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​created by the European Union. Read the instructions for each level and find out where you stand! The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​has established 3 levels of proficiency in a foreign language (A, B and C), each of which is divided into two levels (1 and 2).

Thus, A1 is the lowest level and C2 is the highest level. AO mentioned sometimes is not a level, but simply a way to clarify that you do not possess any knowledge in the target language.

  • Level A: Elementary User, subdivided into Introductory or Discovery Level (A1) and Intermediate or Common (A2)
  • Level B: Independent User, subdivided into threshold level (B1) and advanced or independent (B2).
  • Level C: Experienced user, subdivided into C1, autonomous, and C2, proficient.

  • Listen: I can understand familiar words and very common expressions about myself, my family and the concrete and immediate environment, if people speak slowly and distinctly.
  • Read: I can understand familiar names, words and very simple sentences, for example in advertisements, posters or catalogs.
    Take part in a conversation: I can communicate in a simple way, provided the speaker is willing to repeat or rephrase his sentences more slowly and to help me formulate what I am trying to say. I can ask simple questions about familiar topics or what I need immediately, as well as answering such questions.
  • Continuous Speaking: I can use simple phrases and phrases to describe my place of residence and the people I know.
  • Write: I can write a short simple postcard, for example holiday. I can carry personal details in a questionnaire, for example enter my name, my nationality and my address on a hotel card.
  • Listen: I can understand expressions and a very frequent vocabulary related to what concerns me very closely (eg myself, my family, purchases, the close environment, work). I can capture the basics of simple, clear announcements and messages.
  • Read: I can read short texts very simple. I can find particular predictable information in common documents such as small advertisements, flyers, menus and schedules and I can understand short personal letters.
  • Take part in a conversation: I can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring only a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar topics and activities. I can have very brief exchanges even if, as a general rule, I do not understand enough to continue a conversation.
  • Continuous oral expression: I can use a series of sentences or phrases to describe in simple terms my family and other people, my living conditions, my training and my current or recent professional activity.
  • Writing: I can write simple short notes and messages. I can write a very simple personal letter, for example thanks.
  • Listen: I can understand the essential points when a clear and standard language is used and if they are familiar subjects concerning work, school, leisure, etc. I can understand the essence of many radio or television programs on the news or on subjects that interest me personally or professionally if we speak in a relatively slow and distinct way.
  • Read: I can understand texts written mainly in a common language or related to my work. I can understand the description of events, the expression of feelings and wishes in personal letters.
  • Take part in a conversation: I can deal with the majority of situations that one may encounter during a trip to a region where the language is spoken. I can take part without any preparation in conversation about subjects that are familiar or of personal interest or that concern everyday life (eg family, leisure, work, travel and news).
  • Oral expression: I can articulate expressions in a simple way in order to tell about experiences and events, my dreams, my hopes or my goals. I can briefly give the reasons and explanations of my opinions or projects. I can tell a story or plot of a book or movie and express my reactions.
  • Writing: I can write a simple and coherent text on subjects that are familiar or that interest me personally. I can write personal letters to describe experiences and impressions.
  • Listen: I can understand quite lengthy lectures and speeches and even follow a complex argument if the subject is relatively familiar to me. I can understand most TV shows about news and information. I can understand most movies in standard language.
  • Read: I can read articles and reports on contemporary issues in which authors adopt a particular attitude or point of view. I can understand a contemporary literary text in prose.
  • Take part in a conversation: I can communicate with a degree of spontaneity and ease that makes possible a normal interaction with a native speaker. I can actively participate in a conversation in familiar situations, present and defend my opinions. • Continuous oral expression: I can express myself in a clear and detailed way on a wide range of subjects related to my interests. I can develop a point of view on a current topic and explain the advantages and disadvantages of different possibilities.
  • Writing: I can write clear and detailed texts on a wide range of topics related to my interests. I can write an essay or report by conveying information or stating reasons for or against a particular opinion. I can write letters that highlight the meaning I personally attribute to events and experiences.
  • Listen: I can understand a long speech even if it is not clearly structured and the articulations are only implicit. I can understand TV shows and movies without much effort.
  • Read: I can understand long and complex factual or literary texts and appreciate the differences in style. I can understand specialized articles and long technical instructions even when they are not related to my field.
  • Take part in a conversation: I can express myself spontaneously and fluently without apparently having to look for my words. I can use language in a flexible and effective way for social or professional relationships. I can express my ideas and opinions accurately and link my interventions to those of my interlocutors.
  • Continuous Speaking: I can present clear and detailed descriptions of complex topics, integrating related themes, developing points and completing my intervention appropriately.
  • Writing: I can express myself in a clear and well structured text and develop my point of view. I can write on complex topics in a letter, essay or report, highlighting the points that I consider important. I can adopt a style adapted to the recipient.
  • Listening: I have no difficulty understanding oral language, whether in live conditions or in the media and when speaking fast, as long as I have time to familiarize myself with a particular accent.
  • Reading: I can effortlessly read any type of text, even abstract or complex in substance or form, such as a textbook, a specialized article or a literary one.
  • Take part in a conversation: I can participate effortlessly in any conversation or discussion and I am also very comfortable with idiomatic expressions and common turns. I can express myself fluently and express precisely fine nuances of meaning. In case of difficulty, I can backtrack to remedy it with enough skill and that it passes almost unnoticed.
  • Continuous oral expression: I can present a clear and fluid description or argumentation in a context-appropriate style, construct a presentation in a logical way and help my listener to notice and remember important points.
  • Writing: I can write a clear text, fluid and stylistically adapted to the circumstances. I can write letters, reports or complex articles, with a clear construction allowing the reader to grasp and memorize the important points. I can summarize and criticize in writing a professional book or a literary work