ITP Levels and the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages presents a detailed standard for learners and teachers of a foreign language. This allows that language acquisition, use and competence of students are transparent, requirement-oriented and comparable. All European language tests are categorised into six levels of difficulty. This allows you to compare offers and find the best language learning programme for your needs.


A1.1 – Master simple situations, ask for directions and give personal data, order in a restaurant
A1.2 – Have simple conversations using present and past tenses. Understand and describe everyday matters, make simple phone calls.


A2.1 und A2.2 – Start, keep up and/or end conversations. Write and understand e-mails. Make phone calls. Make contacts.


B1.1 and B1.2 – Participate in meetings or discussions. Manage situations in the work environment. Understand and write documents.


B2.1 and B2.2 – Express your own point of view. Master complex situations in your work environment. Express yourself in a more sophisticated manner.


C1.1 and C1.2 – Participate negotiations. Talk about more complex topics, meeting academic requirements.


C2.1 – Communicate on an extremely high language level.

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