The CEFR is a way of describing how well you speak and understand a foreign language.
Even among teachers there can be a lot of variety in what is meant by level ‘beginner’, ‘intermediate’ or ‘advanced’. The CEFR makes it easier for all of us to talk about language levels reliably and with shared understanding.
The six levels within the CEFR are A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2. With these levels, you can easily work out your ability in language.
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C2 level certificate: C2 Proficient (CPE)
C1 level certificate: C1 Advanced (CAE)
B2 level certificate: B2 First (FCE)
B1 level certificate: B1 Preliminary (PET)
A2 level certificate: A2 Key (KET)
A1 level certificate: A1 Movers (YLE)