Evaluate your level of French
Congratulations on your commitment to taking your French to the next level!
We are excited to speak with you and help you become fluent in French.
How does it work?
- During the test, you will answer 15 questions, each question is 1 point.
- There are 2 extra questions after the test, there are optional but we strongly advise you to answer them.
- Once you get your result, you can check out our next French classes matching your level (Score from 0 to 15 points)
- Please note this French test is to help you match your level to our classes but please read the description of each class before registering.
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(0 – 7 Score) BEGINNER – LEVEL 1
Good try! You are either a total beginner or learned French a long time ago. Don’t worry, we are here to help you!
We offer an intensive Beginner French course designed to help you acquire a basic knowledge of the French language in 8 classes (Twice a week for one month). You will be able to communicate clearly and built a comprehensive grammatical foundation.
(7 – 13 Score) LEVELS 2-5
You can speak about your everyday life, describe your family, talk about your fav food, and ask a lot of questions using the present tense: Regular & Irregular verbs.
You can easily talk about your next weekend or vacations using future tenses: Futur proche & Futur simple.
Levels 4 & 5:
You can easily talk about your last weekend or vacations using past tenses: Passé composé & Imparfait.
(13 – 15 Score) INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED LEVEL
WOW, Amazing! Great score!
It looks like you studied French before! You were living in France or in Québec but need to practice not to forget?
We invite you to join our next conversational class to chat about different topics such as:
Paris & La France
La cuisine française
Vancouver & Le Canada
Les livres français
Learn French in Vancouver private or semi-private classes:
Lessons on ZOOM come in a 60 or 90-minute one-on-one session aimed at busy professionals who want to hone their speaking, reading, and grammar skills.