Campus Langues offers 9 levels of English courses, following the Common European Framework defined by the CECR.
We divided each level into sub-levels that allows you to study in a homogenous group, tailored to your needs.
To move from a level to another depends on you, on how much personal work you put in and to what extent you use French on a daily basis.
The length of the ability levels is variable. The higher the level, the longer it is.
The 5 levels are defined by the CECR as following:
Level A1: Basic user (introductory or discovery level)
Understand and use familiar and everyday expressions and very simple statements that aim to meet concrete needs
Knowing how to introduce yourself or someone
To be able to ask questions about a person and answer the same type of questions
Communicate in a simple way if the person speaks slowly and clearly and is cooperative
Level A2: Basic user (intermediate or usual level)
Understand isolated phrases and phrases frequently used in relation to areas of the everyday environment (e.g. simple personal and family information, purchases, work, etc.)
To be able to communicate during simple and usual tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and usual subjects
Know how to describe with simple means his training, his immediate environment and to raise topics that correspond to immediate needs
Level B1: Independent user (threshold level)
Understand the essential points of a discussion when clear and standard language is used and if it is familiar things at work, school, leisure, etc.
Be autonomous in most situations encountered while traveling in a region where the target language is spoken
To be able to produce a simple and coherent discourse on familiar subjects and in its fields of interest
Know how to tell an event, an experience or a dream, describe a hope or a goal and briefly explain or explain a project or idea
Level B2: Independent user (advanced or independent level)
Understand the essential content of concrete or abstract topics in a complex text, including a technical discussion in its specialty
Communicate spontaneously and easily with a native speaker
To express clearly and in detail on a wide range of topics, to express an opinion on a topical subject and to explain the advantages and disadvantages of different possibilities
Level C1: Experienced user (standalone)
Understand long and demanding texts and grasp implicit meanings
To express himself spontaneously and fluently without having to search his words too much
Use language effectively and flexibly in social, professional or academic life
To express oneself on complex subjects in a clear and well-structured way and to demonstrate its control of the linguistic tools of organization, articulation and cohesion of the discourse