Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR)
Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR) organizes language proficiency into different levels. Below is a description of levels A1 and A2.
Levels A1.1 / A1.2
Online French A1.1 is aimed at learners who have no knowledge of just a little bit knowledge of French. This course if intended to everybody who wants to start speaking, writing, listening and reading French.
Online French A1.2 is aimed at learners who have limited knowledge of French and will completed level A1 in order to start with level A2.
At the end of this level learners can recognize and use familiar words and simple phrases for concrete purposes. Can introduce himself or someone else and ask and answer basic questions about home, family, surroundings and work.
Levels A2.1 / A2.2
Online French A2.1 is aimed at learners who have completed level A1.2 at Le Français à la Carte or have a comparable level (see Intake Test).
Online French A2.2 is aimed at learners who have completed level A2.1 at Le Français à la Carte or have a comparable level (see Intake Test).
At the end of this level learner can understand and communicate simple stories/situations and common expressions that relate to areas of personal relevance like personal/family information, traveling, immediate environment, work. Can communicate during easy or habitual tasks requiring a basic and direct information exchange on familiar subjects. Using simple words, can describe his or her surroundings and communicate immediate needs.
La Grammaire de l’Académie du Français à la Carte is a digital grammar programme that enables learners to revise, learn and practice at their own pace. If you are enrolled in a (online) course, there are no additional fees to get access to this digital grammar programme till the end of your course.
Some courses will require you to purchase a textbook.