Lessons by Level

Leçons par niveau

The French lessons and comprehension exercises on this site are ranked according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), which describes six levels of language proficiency. Click any link for French lessons and exercises appropriate to that level.

A1 – Beginning French

Everyday language: greetings, personal details
Grammar  |  Listening  |  Pronunciation | Reading  |  Vocabulary | About the A1 exam
 

A2 – Low-Intermediate French

Survival language: family, shopping, routines
Grammar  |  Listening  |  Pronunciation  |  Reading  |  Vocabulary | About the A2 exam
 

B1 – Intermediate French

Practical language: work, school, travel
Grammar  |  Listening  |  Pronunciation  |  Reading  |  Vocabulary | About the B1 exam
 

B2 – Upper-Intermediate French

Conversational language: in-depth discussion, opinions, spontaneity
Grammar  |  Listening  |  Pronunciation  |  Reading  |  Vocabulary | About the B2 exam
 

C1 – Advanced French

Proficient language: complexity, sub-text, near-fluency
Grammar  |  Listening  |  Pronunciation  |  Reading  |  Vocabulary | About the C1 exam
 

C2 – Near-Native French

At this point, there are no lessons – you just need to talk and read and listen to native speakers to perfect your French.
About the C2 exam
 

  If you’re not sure where to start, try this proficiency test.
 

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