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Evaluation of the test:

from – to % Level
0 – 25 % A1
26 – 40 % A2
41 – 62 % B1
63 – 84 % B2
85 – 97 % C1
98 – 100 % C2

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European Reference Framework

In the field of foreign languages, it defines six categories according to the level of proficiency in the foreign language. The categories are A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2. Each category reflects the level of the student's comprehensive mastery of the language at all levels..

  • A1
    Beginner level who can understand sentences and words related to their person and their surroundings. They are able to carry on a very simple and straightforward conversation with a speaker who has patience with them. They can only express basic ideas about their own person with words they know from their studies. A student at this level can write a short simple text on a postcard, for example a greeting from a holiday. They can fill in forms containing basic personal information.
  • A2
    Understands phrases and more common vocabulary related to areas that are of immediate concern to him/her (e.g. basic information about his/her family and friends, his/her leisure time, shopping, local history, employment). Can read short simple texts and find specific predictable information in them. Can navigate simple everyday materials, e.g. advertisements, brochures, menus and timetables. Can communicate in simple, repetitive situations with predictable exchanges about familiar topics and activities. Can hold a short social conversation and write a simple personal letter.
  • B1
    He can also understand longer adapted texts that contain vocabulary often used in everyday life or that relate to his work and the world around him. Can name most basic things and feelings in everyday life on a fairly comprehensive basis, including basic abstract expressions. Can cope with most situations that may arise when travelling. Can engage in conversation without preparation on topics that are familiar, of interest or relevant to everyday life. Can narrate a story or outline the content of a book or film and describe his/her reactions, describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and aspirations and briefly justify and explain his/her opinions and plans. Can produce a simple, coherent, logically structured text on topics with which they are familiar or of personal interest, and make functional use of the devices of textual continuity.
  • B2
    Understands the main ideas of authentic texts with concrete and abstract themes, including scholarly discussion of their field of specialization. Can follow a longer lecture, basically understand simple films and series in their original versions, and can read contemporary prose texts with basic comprehension. Can communicate fluently and spontaneously with native speakers without much effort on either side. Can compose a detailed, comprehensible text on a fairly wide range of topics, explain and defend a position on current issues, and justify the advantages and disadvantages of different options.
  • C1
    Experienced user who understands a wide range of challenging longer texts, including fiction. Can recognise implicit meanings in a text ('reading between the lines') and appreciate the style of a given author. Expresses themselves fluently and spontaneously, without too much apparent searching for expressions, and can use language effectively for social, study and work purposes. Can produce clear, well-constructed, detailed texts on complex topics, and make conscious use of principles of text construction, connective expressions and devices to express links in the text.
  • C2
    A professional user, he easily understands almost everything he hears or reads. He can express himself quite spontaneously, very fluently and accurately, distinguishing subtler shades of meaning even in more complex situations. He or she can produce complex texts that are precisely structured in style and thought, present them coherently and debate them.