The Italian lessons and comprehension exercises on this site are ranked according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), which describes six levels of language proficiency:
A1 – Beginning Italian
Everyday language: greetings, personal details
A2 – Low-Intermediate Italian
Survival language: family, shopping, routines
B1 – Intermediate Italian
Practical language: work, school, travel
B2 – Upper-Intermediate Italian
Conversational language: in-depth discussion, opinions, spontaneity
C1 – Advanced Italian
Proficient language: complexity, sub-text, near-fluency
C2 – Near-Native Italian
At this point, there are no lessons – you just need to talk and read and listen to native speakers to perfect your Italian.
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Ciao! I’m Laura K Lawless, creator, writer, editor, and CLO (Chief Lawless Officer) of this free online Italian learning site. Lawless Italian is an official Lawless Languages site.