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Spanish is one of the most widely-spoken languages in the word, with an estimated 400 million people speaking it as their native language. As a result, it is an extremely popular second language for people to try to learn and many Spanish language students seek official certificates as evidence of their ability.

Although there are many official certificates in existence, Lingoda issues Spanish certificates in full accordance with the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Here, we look at the reasons for this and explain some of the key benefits to obtaining certificates as you learn.

Existing Spanish Certificates & Exams

Spanish is one of the most widely-spoken languages in the word, with an estimated 400 million people speaking it as their native language. As a result, it is an extremely popular second language for people to try to learn and many Spanish language students seek official certificates as evidence of their ability.

Although there are many official certificates in existence, Lingoda issues Spanish certificates in full accordance with the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Here, we look at the reasons for this and explain some of the key benefits to obtaining certificates as you learn.

What Sets Certificates Following CEFR Levels Apart?

Lingoda offers Spanish certificates based on guidelines set out by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Created by the Council of Europe, this framework has set the bar for language capability assessments throughout Europe and, indeed, much of the rest of the world too.

Courses operating in accordance to the CEFR are able to measure progress according to a standardised framework. This is a major advantage, as it can be applied to any language. Learners are divided into three levels, each of which have two sub-sections. For example, basic communication occurs at level A1, while mastery occurs at level C2.

Based on most estimates, level A1 can be reached after around 75 hours of teaching, while level C2 takes upwards of 1,000 learning hours. The CEFR also focuses on different learning activities, including speaking, listening, reading and translation, guaranteeing that students receive a fully rounded education.

As many language courses follow this framework, CEFR level certificates are accepted and respected around the world.

What Sets Certificates Following CEFR Levels Apart?

Lingoda offers Spanish certificates based on guidelines set out by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Created by the Council of Europe, this framework has set the bar for language capability assessments throughout Europe and, indeed, much of the rest of the world too.

Courses operating in accordance to the CEFR are able to measure progress according to a standardised framework. This is a major advantage, as it can be applied to any language. Learners are divided into three levels, each of which have two sub-sections. For example, basic communication occurs at level A1, while mastery occurs at level C2.

Based on most estimates, level A1 can be reached after around 75 hours of teaching, while level C2 takes upwards of 1,000 learning hours. The CEFR also focuses on different learning activities, including speaking, listening, reading and translation, guaranteeing that students receive a fully rounded education.

As many language courses follow this framework, CEFR level certificates are accepted and respected around the world.