If you are not a native speaker, your level of English is a useful thing to know, for many different reasons. For example, if you need to prepare for a job interview or want to apply to a university or study abroad program. Read our article about English levels to know more about why you should know your level, plus how to assess it. One way to find out your level of English is through self-assessment. So we came up with a MosaLingua original English level test to help you determine how good your English skills are. Take our free quiz below and find out where you fall on the CEFRL scale.
Evaluate Your Language Skills with the MosaLingua English Level Test
Abbe, one of the English teachers here at MosaLingua, developed this free English level test just for you. By the end of the 20 questions on the test, you’ll have a pretty good idea of your English skills. It will give you a result that corresponds to one of the 7 CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) levels. When you’ve answered all 20 questions, we’ll tell you which level you come closest to, from total beginner to near-native speaker: A0, A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, or C2.
This test is a way to evaluate your general English skills, or everyday English (as opposed to technical jargon or business language). This is the English you would need when traveling to an English-speaking country or chatting with native speakers, for instance. You’ll be tested on reading, vocabulary, and grammar and conjugation. All of the questions and multiple choice answers are in English. At the end of the test, you’ll get your results, and an explanation for any of the questions you answered incorrectly. Ready to test your level of English? Click the “Start Quiz” button down below to begin.
Note: this free English level test is only intended to help you get a general idea of your skills. It may not be a good indication of your overall level, since there are no questions to evaluate your speaking skills or listening comprehension – two very important components of language. For other self-assessment methods and official language tests and certifications, be sure to read our article about how to determine your level in English.