Engleasy relies on the CEFR as the basis for its English learning system.
The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) is an international standard for describing language ability. It describes language ability on a six-point scale, from A1 for beginners, up to C2 for those who have mastered a language.
This makes it easy for anyone involved in language teaching and testing, such as teachers or learners, to see the level of different qualifications. It also means that employers and educational institutions can easily compare our qualifications to other exams in their country.
How Engleasy uses the CEFR...
At Engleasy, we provide constant progress check for our students. We do this through monthly and semi-monthly meetings with Success Guides.
Your personal Success Guide will not only help you determine your current level, but also, understand your objectives, your learning style and analyze your English for specific weaknesses. Accordingly, you’ll be able to identify your needs and focus on specific classes, videos and activities that target your specific needs.
- Can communicate and exchange information about familiar topics using phrases and simple sentences, sometimes supported by memorized language.
- Can usually handle short social interactions in everyday situations by asking and answering simple questions.
- Can present basic information on familiar topics using language practiced using phrases and simple sentences.
- Can often understand words, phrases, and simple sentences related to everyday life. Can recognize pieces of information and sometimes understand the main topic of what is being said.
- Can understand familiar words, phrases, and sentences within short and simple texts related to everyday life. Can sometimes understand the main idea of what’s being read.
Engleasy Learning system
5 : 5.5
5.5 : 6
6 : 7
7 : 8
Listening & Reading Comprehension
Some unfamiliar context
Most unfamiliar contexts and some academic contexts
Most Academic contexts
Broad understanding of language
Spoken & written communication
Speaks at length with no discourse management
Speaks at length with some discourse management
Speaks at length coherently with some inaccuracy
Speaks at length about complicated topics