CEFR Levels Explained
 

 

At Professional English Solutions, we use these language proficiency levels to help determine the start level in your English course.

 

Some of our students may be familiar with the Common European Framework Reference (CEFR) for language proficiency levels. Here is a handy comparison chart to explain the different language proficiency levels.

 

A1.1-A1.2 Complete Beginner - High-Beginner

A2.1-A2.2 High-Beginner - Pre-Intermediate

B1.1-B1.2 Low-Intermediate - Intermediate

B2.1-B2.2 Intermediate - High-Intermediate

C1.1-C1.2 Low-Advanced - Advanced

C2.1-C2.2 Advanced - High-Advanced