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Language level guide

Bell uses the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) to establish students' language level. Please find our language level guide below, if you have any questions regarding your level please contact us.

Use this chart to learn about your current language level.

A1

Beginner

You can understand and use basic phrases and expressions. You can communicate in simple ways when people speak slowly to you.

A2

Elementary

You can take part in simple exchanges on familiar topics. You can understand and communicate routine information.

A2+

Pre-Intermediate

You can participate in short conversations in routine contexts on topics of interest. You can make and respond to suggestions.

B1

Intermediate

You can communicate in situations, and use simple language to communicate feelings, opinions, plans and experiences.

B2

Upper Intermediate

You can communicate easily with native English speakers. You can understand and express some complex ideas and topics.

C1

Advanced

You can understand and use a wide range of language. You can use English flexibly and effectively for social and academic purposes.

C2

Proficient

You can understand almost everything you hear or read. You can communicate very fluently and precisely in complex situations.