Are you looking to enroll in French classes, but aren’t sure what your level is? Did you take French classes before but aren’t sure where to start? Or maybe you just finished your A1.1 course and want to test your knowledge?
Then this placement test is for you:
Here at L’école de français, this is the program for the A1.1 level, based on our textbook l’Atelier A1+:
Unité 1: C’est qui ?
Unit 1: Who is this? introduce yourself and someone else
say your nationality / ask for information (age/nationality/language spoken / contact details)
Unité 2 : On fait quoi ce week-end ?
Unit 2: What are we doing this weekend? identify objects
talk about your likes and dislikes, go out
Unité 3 : On va où cet été ?
Unit 3: Where are we going this summer? talk about the weather, find out about a town or city, ask and give directions.
Unité 4 : On mange quoi cette semaine ?
Unit 4: What’s for dinner this week? talk about eating preferences. Shopping, making plans.
This short test based on those units will question you on the important parts of the complete beginner level (A1.1). Your results will help and guide you into your future French learning.
If you want to learn more about the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and what the different levels mean, this is the official EU website for it.
L’école de français offers French as a mother tongue and French as a foreign language courses for children and teenagers, as well as French as a foreign language courses for adults and companies. In Amsterdam or online, we have courses for all profiles.