Oral examples for CEF levels in different languages

I’m a little obsessed with my level of speaking, so in doing a search I came across the following link. There are oral examples of students at the various CEFR levels (A1, A2, etc.) for German, English, French, Spanish, Italian. There are also commentaries explaining why each student is at each level.

http://www.ciep.fr/publi_evalcert/dvd-productions-orales-cecrl/index.php ( http://tinyurl.com/6xgs9rj )

Description of CEFR levels: Language selection | Europass

Thank you, Angela! Once I am a little more ambitious again, I shall have a thorough look (today I just glanced at it, it’s looking good)!

You’re welcome.

In going through some of these videos, I’ve realized several things. I believe I’ve evaluated my level pretty well in Spanish (B2+). Also, the B2 level is not that bad, it is perfectly understandable, the B2 students can communicate fluently, although there are some noticeable errors and stumbling. The C1 level is still my goal.