Your Level ?

Ways of Assessing Your Level of Italian

For many it is easy to know their level of Italian.

Complete Beginners – have no vocabulary and little exposure to Italian.

Almost Beginners – most of these have either done online courses, classes or have travelled to Italy. They have a list of basic words but mostly have trouble now actually speaking and making short sentences.

At the upper level of Almost Beginners and the lower levels of Improve Your Italian – there can be some doubt about which class to attend. The assessment is best made by yourself, depending on how much effort you want to put into it. You can also ask to Skype with a teacher for 5 mins if it is tricky to decide.

Improve Your Italian students have usually been in classes and are already aware of their level – they want to improve it now! This class can have the widest range of students and sometimes it is better for you to have 1 on 1 classes, depending on your level. The more information you can provide us the better we can help you decide.

It is important for us to know your level. If we create a class with 4 people at C2 and there is only 1 person at B1… they will feel out of their comfort. We would then recommend a 1 on 1 class for them.

Do you want to test yourself with the Common European Framework?

You can easily find this on an internet search or here is a link.

If you find a good test online (which does not require an email sign-up to get the results) then please send us the link to add. I found this one quite accurate.

Italian Levels: What’s my level in Italian?

Complete Beginners

Pre - A1

Almost Beginners

A1,A2

Improve your Italian

B1, B2, C1, C2

Content of ENJOY IT Classes

Complete Beginners

Pre - A1

Almost Beginners

A1,A2

Improve your Italian

B1, B2, C1, C2