Understanding the different French language levels of the Alliance Francaise (A1, A2, B1… level French of CECRL) is very important in order to determine the appropriate French course for your stay at the Alliance Française Montpellier.
Thus, knowing your level of French and your objective allow you to define the type of French language learning you need. The CECRL French scale is detailed on this page so that everyone can estimate their level of French.
Alliance Française Montpellier is a French language school in the South of France. The Alliance Française Montpellier welcomes every year more than 800 students from 75 different nationalities. Alliance Française Montpellier has a high expertise in teaching French and in welcoming students, which allows it to ensure a high quality stay for all its students.
Alliance Française Montpellier in figures
- Created in 2014
- More than 80 nationalities each year
- More than 800 students each year
Alliance Francaise French levels
Alliance Française Montpellier offers group courses from beginner to C1 (expert). For C2, it is necessary to follow individual courses with our expert teachers.
French language level
First, you start this level if you have never learnt French before, or only a few hours and a long time ago.
At the end of this level, you can understand simple, concrete situations related to everyday life. Also, you can communicate easily if the other person speaks slowly.
You can understand single sentences in familiar areas. Indeed, you can communicate in many everyday situations.
You understand standard language in areas you know well.
As well, you can deal with most situations when travelling, talk about your interests, give brief explanations about a professional or personal project and briefly explain your ideas.
You have a general and spontaneous command of the language. Also, you can understand the essential parts of a complex text. Furthermore, you can participate in a debate on a general or professional topic in a clear and detailed way, giving reasoned opinions.