User is able to understand everyday expressions and aim basic phrases. Can introduce him/herself and others and ask/answer questions about personal details. Interaction is limited.
User can understand complex ideas and texts about abstract and technical topics. Can interact with certain fluency, produce text and explain a wide range of subjects giving the advantages and disadvantages.
According to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), it takes around 200 learning hours to progress from one level to another. Nevertheless, there are also various factors that can affect how long it will take to move up levels, including age, language learning background, intensity of study and exposure after the lessons times.
The information below must be taken as a guide of how many hours you might need to reach each level according to CEFR:
Please, bear in mind that these are guide learning hours, you may need unsupervised self-study hours.
User is able to understand frequently used question or certain relevance (family, shopping, location, employment. Can describe his/her background and make him/herself understand.
User can understand a wide range of complex information and express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without dubitation in every single situation. Can write any kind of text on complex subjects using connectors.
Everything depends on what your needs are. We would like to guide you in order to choose the correct Spanish course via Skype.
Generally, if you would like to learn Spanish for travelling purposes, A2-B1 level would be enough. However, if you need Spanish for work, B2 is just the right level. For those, who need Spanish for Education, C1 is a must.
C2 is a very high level of Spanish that, generally, takes years to be reached. Non native Spanish teachers or translatort should have this level of language.
User can understand the main context quite clear (work, school, leisure, etc.) and communicate whilst travelling. Can write texts on topics of personal interest, express opinions and make plans.
Yes, of course, a native teacher is essential to reach fluency. You will hear correct Spanish without mistakes and you will also be corrected according to your level of language.