Test your French level

Take my interactive quizzes for all the CEFR French levels from A1 to C2

What is your level in French?

Below you will find a test for each level with 10 questions in each test.

    A0 Test

    Notes
    • AO represents the complete beginner level.
    • It is our own entry level category covering language needed in order to start working towards CEFR A1 level.
    • If you do not know an answer, choose je ne sais pas (I don't know).
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    A1 Test

    Notes
    • A1 represents the beginner level.
    • It is the first stage of the CEFR 'basic [language] user' category.
    • I explain the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) French levels in more detail here.
    • If you do not know an answer, choose je ne sais pas (I don't know).
    I’m enjoying the engaging voice and the easy pace. It’s remarkably personal... ANTHONY NARCISSO - WASHINGTON, US​
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    A2 Test

    Notes
    • A2 represents the pre-intermediate level.
    • It is the second stage of the CEFR 'basic [language] user' category
    • I explain the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) French levels in more detail here.
    • If you do not know an answer, choose je ne sais pas (I don't know).
    I am enjoying your lessons very much [...] Je voudrais vous remercier pour m’aider. PETER ROBERTS - PHOENIX ARIZONA, US
    Alexa and your team, vous êtes wonderful. Keep up the great work! JENNIFER HAMILTON - VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

    B1 Test

    Notes
    • B1 represents the intermediate level.
    • It is the first stage of the CEFR 'independent [language] user' category.
    • I explain the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) French levels in more detail here.
    • If you do not know an answer, choose je ne sais pas (I don't know).
    I really enjoy your friendly voice and nice relaxed attitude when driving back home after a work day. PEKKA KAARIAINEN - HELSINKI, FINLAND
    I absolutely love your lessons. You are an excellent teacher with a wonderful sense of humour. CARRIE MCMAHON - CALIFORNIA, US

    B2 Test

    Notes
    • B2 represents the upper-intermediate level.
    • It is the second stage of the CEFR 'independent [language] user' category.
    • I explain the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) French levels in more detail here.
    • If you do not know an answer, choose je ne sais pas (I don't know).
    I enjoy your course and following the live sessions. It makes you feel part of a community. CHRIS BILLINGS - HAYLE, UK
    I was a teacher for many years, and I'm impressed with the excellence of your teaching and the organisation of your lessons. ROSELYN TEUKOLSKY - PASADENA, US

    C1 Test

    Notes
    • C1 represents the advanced level.
    • It is the first stage of the CEFR 'proficient [language] user' category.
    • I explain the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) French levels in more detail here.
    • If you do not know an answer, choose je ne sais pas (I don't know).
    The course not only structures the right content but also makes the study process lean and effective, allowing me to sail through my language learning journey in hyperdrive mode! Jimmy Dotiwala - Mumbai, India
    After listening to Alexa’s way of explaining the grammar it was like the clouds parted and I could see the sun. I am beginning to understand and now it is making much more sense to me. Susan Hurley - Toronto, Canada

    C2 Test

    Notes
    • C2 represents the proficiency level.
    • It is the second stage of the CEFR 'proficient [language] user' category.
    • I explain the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) French levels in more detail here.
    • If you do not know an answer, choose je ne sais pas (I don't know).

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