So, you have decided to learn one of the most beautiful languages in the world - French. It remains to determine your current level of language proficiency and understand, to what level do you want to raise it. We will help you with this today.!
This is basic, initial level of language proficiency. Allows you to communicate with the interlocutor on the simplest topics (the ability to present yourself and others, tell a little about yourself, ability to ask simple questions and express simple requests).
In order to master this level of the language, you will need 80-120 hours.
(Elementary advanced level)
It implies the expansion of vocabulary relative to the level A1, expansion of the subject of communication (trips, job search, visiting public places, etc.)
To go to level A2 you need 120-160 hours of study.
At this level, there is a transition from formulaic phrases and sentences to independent use of the language.. Significantly expands vocabulary and topics of communication. Complex sections of grammar are being studied.
150-200 it will take hours to get to this level.
(Intermediate advanced level)
At this level, the skills of building complex lexical and grammatical phrases are developed.. Expands vocabulary by learning more complex words and narrow topics of communication.
To master the B2 level, it will take 170-220 class hours.
At this level of language proficiency, it becomes possible to freely communicate with a native speaker on any topic, the use of complex lexical constructions and turns of speech in speech. Free reading and understanding of French literature.
It will take up to 240 hours of study.
(Highest professional level)
The final stage in language learning. Assumes fluency in the language, the ability to express one's thoughts orally and in writing on any topic. Perfect command of French grammar and vocabulary. This level allows you to work as a French teacher or translator.
It will take up to 240 hours.
Of course, impossible to predict exactly, how long does it take for a single person to move to the next level of language proficiency. It all depends on the motivation to study., existing knowledge base (knowledge of other foreign languages) and personal inclinations.
The number of study hours per week/month also plays an important role.. If a person takes a long break from learning and practicing a language, sometimes, in order to continue learning, a repetition of previously covered material is required, because it is partially forgotten.
But nothing is impossible, Anyone can learn French. And with our French course and talented teachers, we will make the process of learning French as interesting and simple as possible. Good luck with your studies!