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).

    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).

    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).

    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).

    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).

    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).

    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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