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What is "A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2" in German learning?
Episode 517th August 2021 • German With Nicole.com • Nicole Warner, LLC
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You've surely seen this alphabet-number combination on German learning materials and maybe you've seen or taken a German language assessment test and received one of these combinations as a result. “You can take a class at the A2 level.”

But what does it mean?! And why should you care?!

Hint: Understanding these combinations will make your German learning life sooooo much easier.

Answers to those questions and so much more today!

Links for this episode:

The coordinating blog post with the graphic is here: https://www.germanwithnicole.com/blog/58068-what-is-a1-a2-b1-b2-c1-c2-in-german-learning

CEFR table: https://www.coe.int/en/web/common-european-framework-reference-languages/table-1-cefr-3.3-common-reference-levels-global-scale

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Nicole Warner is Frau Warner of GermanWithNicole.com and is a German learner (certified level C2) and a certified instructor for German as a Foreign Language. She lived in Germany from 2003-2008 and has traveled widely in Germany. Frau Warner has helped people learn to communicate in German since 2010.

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