You are visiting this website because you would like to improve your English or Dutch. The tricky thing though is knowing your level. If you are completely new to the language there is not much point filling in this checklist. However, it does give you an idea of what level you might want to achieve.
So, either way, feel free to use this checklist. Once you have ticked the boxes you will know your level approximately. That outcome is shared with me, making it easy to place you in a course at the appropriate level.
Tip! You could get a close friend to help you assess what you are able to do in the target language.
The descriptors on this checklist were taken from The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). It is a widely used reference for describing language learning, teaching, and assessment.
The CEFR describes what a language learner can do at six specific levels:
- A1 = Elementary
- A2 = Post-Elementary
- B1 = Pre-Intermediate
- B2 = Intermediate
- C1 = Upper Intermediate
- C2 = Advanced