21 June


What should you know about official requirements in Russian language

There are 7 levels (CEFR and Russian system).


A1 

- elementary. 700 words, ability to participate in simple talks


A2 

- basic. 1300 words, “survival level”, possibility to travel in Russia comfortably


A2+/B1 

- pre-intermediate. 1800-2000 words, official requirement for getting working and residence permit. 


B1 

- official requirement for entry university (institute, academy…) in Russia. 2300 words, ability to use Russian in daily life more or less freely


B2 

- official requirement for foreign graduates. 5000 words. Technically fluent Russian


C1 

- official requirement to become a Russian teacher, diplomat, translator or interpreter. 7000 (produce) - 12000 (understand) words. Truly fluent Russian


C2 

- bilingual. People doubt whether you’re native speaker or not. If you’re a native Russian speaker try to pass this test and see results) More than 95% is perfect!


 GET TEST OF RUSSIAN AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE (TORFL) ON Google Play