Turkish Language

Overview

Level of Turkish. Your level will be determined using The Council of Europe global
scale of Turkish language levels. Our levels are described as follows:
A1 – Starter: You can understand and use everyday expressions and basic phrases in
a simple way.
A2 – Elementary to Pre – Intermediate: You can understand sentences and
frequently used expressions on areas of immediate relevance.
B1 – Pre-Intermediate to Intermediate: You can understand the main points of clear
input on familiar matters that you regularly encounter.
B2 – Intermediate to Upper Intermediate: You can understand the main ideas of
complex text, including technical discussions in your field of specialisation.
C1 – Advanced: You can express ideas fluently and spontaneously without searching
for expressions.
C2 – Proficiency: This is the highest level of Turkish fluency, comparable with native
speakers of Turkish.
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German Language

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Overview

Level of German. Your level will be determined using The Council of Europe global
scale of German language levels. Our levels are described as follows:
A1 – Starter: You can understand and use everyday expressions and basic phrases in
a simple way.
A2 – Elementary to Pre – Intermediate: You can understand sentences and
frequently used expressions on areas of immediate relevance.
B1 – Pre-Intermediate to Intermediate: You can understand the main points of clear
input on familiar matters that you regularly encounter.
B2 – Intermediate to Upper Intermediate: You can understand the main ideas of
complex text, including technical discussions in your field of specialisation.
C1 – Advanced: You can express ideas fluently and spontaneously without searching
for expressions.
C2 – Proficiency: This is the highest level of German fluency, comparable with native
speakers of German.

Italian Language

Overview

Level of Italian. Your level will be determined using The Council of Europe global
scale of Italian language levels. Our levels are described as follows:
A1 – Starter: You can understand and use everyday expressions and basic phrases in
a simple way.
A2 – Elementary to Pre – Intermediate: You can understand sentences and
frequently used expressions on areas of immediate relevance.
B1 – Pre-Intermediate to Intermediate: You can understand the main points of clear
input on familiar matters that you regularly encounter.
B2 – Intermediate to Upper Intermediate: You can understand the main ideas of
complex text, including technical discussions in your field of specialisation.
C1 – Advanced: You can express ideas fluently and spontaneously without searching
for expressions.
C2 – Proficiency: This is the highest level of Italian fluency, comparable with native
speakers of Italian.
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Spanish Language

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Overview

Level of Spanish. Your level will be determined using The Council of Europe global
scale of Spanish language levels. Our levels are described as follows:
A1 – Starter: You can understand and use everyday expressions and basic phrases in
a simple way.
A2 – Elementary to Pre – Intermediate: You can understand sentences and
frequently used expressions on areas of immediate relevance.
B1 – Pre-Intermediate to Intermediate: You can understand the main points of clear
input on familiar matters that you regularly encounter.
B2 – Intermediate to Upper Intermediate: You can understand the main ideas of
complex text, including technical discussions in your field of specialisation.
C1 – Advanced: You can express ideas fluently and spontaneously without searching
for expressions.
C2 – Proficiency: This is the highest level of Spanish fluency, comparable with native
speakers of Spanish.

Russian Language

Overview

Level of Russian. Your level will be determined using The Council of Europe global
scale of Russian language levels. Our levels are described as follows:
A1 – Starter: You can understand and use everyday expressions and basic phrases in
a simple way.
A2 – Elementary to Pre – Intermediate: You can understand sentences and
frequently used expressions on areas of immediate relevance.
B1 – Pre-Intermediate to Intermediate: You can understand the main points of clear
input on familiar matters that you regularly encounter.
B2 – Intermediate to Upper Intermediate: You can understand the main ideas of
complex text, including technical discussions in your field of specialisation.
C1 – Advanced: You can express ideas fluently and spontaneously without searching
for expressions.
C2 – Proficiency: This is the highest level of Russian fluency, comparable with native
speakers of Russian.
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