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  1. Ok guys, let's talk about the languages we know and our levels. For that we are going to use the level definitions used by the Common European Framework, they are as follows: A thread I read recently made me thing about this, since there are people on this forum who are learning several languages or that they already speak several languages... I thought it'd be interesting to know what level they considered their languages to be at. I find that super interesting I was actually think about this today... we rarely talk about levels, but lately this is something that is always on my mind, since i need to have a level of A1 in dutch in order to pass my test. So here it goes: Spanish (mother tongue)English C2 - 3 years to master it.Dutch A1 - So far only 8 months - I slacked a lot though French A1 - (6 months, but stopped too soon) Your turn guys! Please feel free to also add how long you have been studying each language!