This guide will give you an approximate indication of your Spanish proficiency level.
Level A1 – Getting started
Learn how to communicate the basics, like where you live and what your hobbies are.
Level A2 – Communicating basic information
You can talk about basic topics and express your needs – like when you’re shopping.
Level B1 – Manage everyday situations
When traveling in Spanish-speaking countries, you can easily deal with most situations you encounter. You can talk about your experiences and clearly state your point of view.
Level B2 – Be convincing
You can communicate spontaneously and fluently – even in longer conversations with native speakers. You can follow complicated texts and discussions and express your opinion on abstract topics.
Level C1 – Communicate freely
You don’t have to search for words, and you can speak Spanish comfortably and flexibly in any situation. You understand long, challenging texts.
Level C2 – Express demands
You understand everything you read and hear and can communicate spontaneously and fluently, conveying detailed information.