A1 – This is the beginner level, where learners can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and basic phrases. They can introduce themselves and others, and can ask and answer questions about personal details.
What you learn after A1 level?
Here are some details of what a learner can typically expect to be able to do after completing the A1 level of French:
- Basic vocabulary and grammar: A learner at the A1 level will have learned basic French vocabulary related to everyday life, such as introductions, greetings, numbers, colors, and common objects. They will also have been introduced to basic French grammar, such as gender and number agreement, verb conjugation in the present tense, and some basic sentence structures.
- Simple conversations: A learner at the A1 level will be able to engage in simple conversations in French, such as introducing themselves, asking and answering basic questions about personal information (e.g. name, age, nationality), and making simple requests or giving simple instructions.
- Basic reading and writing: A learner at the A1 level will be able to read and understand simple French texts, such as signs, posters, and short messages. They will also be able to write short and simple texts, such as postcards or emails, using basic vocabulary and sentence structures.
- Cultural knowledge: A learner at the A1 level will have been introduced to some basic aspects of French culture, such as greetings, social customs, and some cultural landmarks.
Overall, completing the A1 level of French will provide a foundation for further learning and enable the learner to communicate in basic everyday situations in French-speaking contexts.