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Recently I came across a website of language proficiency for French, I think this is a good idea for people to know their language level; in addition, it can assist in one's language learning especially after one is aware of where he/she is and for.

By self-assessment, I mean it can stimulate people to move on before one is qualified/ prepared for any official test/ accreditation test. It's handy and economic.

Is there any such website for English? And other languages? Thanks in advance.

asked 05 Feb '13, 22:25

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edited 05 Feb '13, 22:26


You could try finding past papers e.g. for the Cambridge Proficiency exam (an exam a lot of native speakers would fail, were they to take the test, by the way - it's quite heavy going). http://www.english-online.org.uk/cpefolder/cpehome.php?name=Practice%20for%20the%20Cambridge%20Proficiency%20English has a sample test (with answers, so you can see how you do).

Hope this helps!

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answered 06 Feb '13, 03:40

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Dear Louise:

Thanks for your kind support. Really this website is nice and helpful. :-)

(06 Feb '13, 05:59) Paris Si de ...

Dear Louise, thanks for your kind support. Really this website is nice and helpful. :-)

(06 Feb '13, 06:01) Paris Si de ...
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