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  • English with Max
    English with Max  5 ай бұрын +68

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    • MikeFraser
      MikeFraser 4 сағат бұрын

      Piece of cake.

    • Nestor Makhno
      Nestor Makhno 10 сағат бұрын

      @Дмитрий Third Кажется, вы никогда не слышали, как русский говорит по-английски...

    • Nestor Makhno
      Nestor Makhno 10 сағат бұрын

      @Victor Cornea Russian ?????

    • oo0Spyder0oo
      oo0Spyder0oo 2 күн бұрын

      @Kovacs Tamas There’s no ‘a’ before either of those choices.

    • Rowson Nirmal
      Rowson Nirmal 12 күн бұрын

      @Victor Cornea ñever listrn

  • jackofswords7
    jackofswords7 25 күн бұрын +99

    A great test. I'm a native English speaker and used to teach English in Germany but have since given it up. I will be sure to pass this on to some German friends who are learning at a local adult education course. But I would add that a couple of your C1 and 2 questions could have had more than one correct answer from the lists given depending on the context.

    • Mary Lou Scanlan
      Mary Lou Scanlan 5 күн бұрын

      I had only 1 incorrect and that was 46 under C1. I answered B “strictly” instead of A “Broadly”

    • eisbaerbel
      eisbaerbel 11 күн бұрын

      Yeah, this was/were my thoughts, too, more than one possible answers. Enjoyed the test, though, in spite of my lousy result...

    • Woasnet TK
      Woasnet TK 22 күн бұрын +4

      I agree! I selected 46B, and 56B, and incorrectly guessed 59.
      Also in B1, I used 21D and 24A, and in B2 I had 36D

    • William C
      William C 22 күн бұрын +7

      All of them in context are correct and at least understood. Even when wrong, they can still be understood. Just like politicians who self
      congratulate when they say we are not always right, but we are never wrong.

  • Lori Tichenor
    Lori Tichenor 8 күн бұрын +3

    I just turned 60 and love to challenge myself. That being said, I missed 2 questions. I became too confident and didn't listen well enough. I missed one in B1 section and C1 section. I actually knew the answers, I just got a head of myself. Thanks for the quiz!

  • Susan Winslow
    Susan Winslow 24 күн бұрын +29

    I really enjoyed taking this test. I’m 64 and I sometimes wonder if I’m still up on grammar. I do these kind of tests daily to make sure my brain isn’t getting tired. Missed 3 out of 60 , not so bad. Narrator is very pleasant. I’ll look for other tests she has done.

    • حسام أبو عسلي
      حسام أبو عسلي 7 күн бұрын +1

      Well I too missed 3 out of 60 . I am 67 years old and very much like you I wanted to make sure that my English skills are still okay .

    • resurrecion vinluan
      resurrecion vinluan 8 күн бұрын +1

      Got 4 mistakes but I still enjoyed the fun and challenge...love it!

    • Eunice Ellison
      Eunice Ellison 14 күн бұрын +6

      Just turned 90 ad scored 60/60 .Loved English and Maths in school.

    • Edward Judge
      Edward Judge 21 күн бұрын +3

      Susan, I am like you. I try to take as many tests like this to test my mental acuity. I'll be 76 in 2 weeks. I missed #34 because I replaced a word in the question with a preconceived answer.

  • Steven Twitchell
    Steven Twitchell 29 күн бұрын +18

    Fun video! I’m a native English speaker, but I’m learning Norwegian right now. It’s educational seeing the vocabulary that goes with different levels. I was hoping to get to C2 in a year, but I’m getting an idea how hard that will be. The English C2 vocabulary is pretty unusual even in more artistic literature, so for non-native speakers to get most of those is impressive.

    • D Dehggial
      D Dehggial 14 күн бұрын +1

      @Marie C we probably do but I do agree we might be thinking of different things in this comment section.

    • Marie C
      Marie C 14 күн бұрын +1

      @D Dehggial I'm still not sure we have the same idea of what's 'a good grasp of the language'

    • D Dehggial
      D Dehggial 14 күн бұрын +1

      @Marie CI figured landfall at least would be heard on the news ;-) I'm pretty sure I heard fork out when it came to prices going up. Or that thing about mishaps on holiday. Although I was amused to think about misfits in that context.

    • Marie C
      Marie C 14 күн бұрын +1

      @D Dehggial Lol. There was none of what you mentionned in this text.. Work stuff, local expressions, or newspaper language.

    • D Dehggial
      D Dehggial 14 күн бұрын +1

      based on this test, you probably get English C2 covered if you routinely watch/read the news in English. I suppose that goes for most languages. Now where language gets really tricky is work jargon and local idioms. That's probably C3 and C4 ;-) understanding different accents and their idioms - you're probably doing shady business ;-) kidding.

  • Jana Mayer
    Jana Mayer Ай бұрын +85

    I missed only about 4 questions on the entire test. I really enjoyed taking it. I am American, and am glad I have British friends, because a few of the questions didn't "directly translate" into American English. Nevertheless, I am glad that the test had a British slant, because I think in general, Brits use much better English than Americans do. My father taught me that one MUST have a command of the language to get anywhere in this world. He could not have been more right.

    • Polizia grammaticale
      Polizia grammaticale 7 күн бұрын +2

      @namonaraqnaq In my opinion, you needn't apologize to these snowflakes. It's true what you said. It's ridiculous for a native speaker to brag about missing "only about 4 questions" in a test like this. I am Italian and I only missed one, the one about the hurricane hitting the land. I will say it again, I am Italian, and have spent only about five months in English-speaking countries in my entire life.

    • Michael Freemantle
      Michael Freemantle 15 күн бұрын +1

      @Alexander Hammer not sure where you've been but I live in England. Most people speak English properly

    • GizmetDora Lopez
      GizmetDora Lopez 16 күн бұрын

      @Alexander Hammer The USA has been globally portrayed as 'The Land of Milk and Honey', so the young generations aspire to migrate to the USA and pursue the dream of wealth. Tech companies such as Google, Microsoft and Apple are the yardsticks they use to measure life in the USA --- a country which they see as one large Silicon Valley.
      It has been to the advantage of the USA though, as students overseas who excel in the STEM studies are oftentimes recruited by US technological and medical corporations, causing a continual 'Brain Drain' from under-developed and developing countries.
      The result is not symbiotic either, as those countries tend to lose their brightest young individuals who never return, therefore helping the advancement of the USA, while their homeland remains stagnant. And most times, their foundational training was financed by their fledgling homeland.

    • Alexander Hammer
      Alexander Hammer 17 күн бұрын +1

      @GizmetDora Lopez Yes, you are correct, but the emphasis should be on the word "hope". As you may know, most of these will not get a visa to the US, until they are rich. I am an American who lives now in my retirement in Brazil and know the situation of Brazilians dreaming about America very well. Unfortunately, not all is roses in the States as the powerful American propaganda makes these people believe by showing these cool American action movies, pretty girls at the California beaches with boyfriends riding in sports cars, rock bands etc..

    • namonaraqnaq
      namonaraqnaq 21 күн бұрын +1

      @Harry Young Not everywhere, in Middle East and Asia Russian and Turkish dialects seems more popular. I was surprised to discover that my jewish colleagues prefer Russian for verbal communication.

  • 57Strudel
    57Strudel 25 күн бұрын +17

    I had a perfect score. I would have been horrified if I hadn't. What I did have, though, was a really good giggle at one of the questions. Going for "a strain around the block" would not be that far-fetched for me. :) Thank you for an entertaining hour!

  • Nora 9606
    Nora 9606 4 ай бұрын +151

    This was a fun test 😊 I was a bit surprised at the C2, but I guess I was lucky to get things that I was familiar with for the most part 😊
    One miss on B2, one on C1, and one on C2. I’m not a native English speaker, so I’m happy with that 😊
    Thank you for taking the time to put this test together.

    • Princess 319
      Princess 319 Ай бұрын +1

      @Вера Ващук yet you cannot spell professional 😂

    • Вера Ващук
      Вера Ващук Ай бұрын +1

      no mistakes it's so easyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy i'm a profesional

    • Jeannie Carlyle
      Jeannie Carlyle Ай бұрын

      Too simple

    • Nikosi9
      Nikosi9 Ай бұрын +1

      @Daniela Cinderella No excuses. Brian May, lead guitarist in Queen, is also an astrophysicist, sooo...

    • Nikosi9
      Nikosi9 Ай бұрын +1

      @Daniela Cinderella In America, we say, "Fork over". In Britain, "Fork off, Mate" :-)

  • Dario Maia
    Dario Maia 9 күн бұрын +4

    I’ve missed just 5 or 6 questions, most of them on C2 😅
    As someone that learned the language mainly on its own, I’m feeling pretty proud 😊

  • Lukas Henrique
    Lukas Henrique 25 күн бұрын +12

    52/60. Gotta practice these C2 questions, I know only a few phrasal verbs. Had fun during the test, it was nice! 😁
    I'm from Brasil.

    • Julia Tang
      Julia Tang Күн бұрын

      Nr9 should be:he doesn’t read without his glasses?

  • Jorge Luis Pereira da Silva
    Jorge Luis Pereira da Silva 2 күн бұрын +2

    Thank you teacher Max for creating this challenge. I realized that I need to study more . vocabulary, phrasal verbs and past perfect . thank you so much.

  • Infiny Tower
    Infiny Tower 22 күн бұрын +4

    Thanks for this intriguing video test, which gave me an opportunity to recalibrate my English proficiency. I am a 68 old Asian and scored 58/60.
    Back in the day I did my PhD (STEM) in U.S. To qualify for the graduate studies there, I had to score well in TOEFL and GRE tests. I am looking forward to trying D/E/F series.

  • xavier daume
    xavier daume 28 күн бұрын +24

    Well done video, as a grammar teacher I can assure you that this test is quite relevant to measure the level of English knowledge. ✅

    • Giles Smedley
      Giles Smedley 24 күн бұрын

      @Romano338 - Wrong, I care a lot 😊 NOTE: *English * perfectLY *. . . their language is. *No hyphens here. We should all be responsible in maintaining and preserving the English language.

    • Romano338
      Romano338 25 күн бұрын

      It's school english. Nobody cares about all the little rules of grammar or conjugation. Nobody speaks or writes perfect whatever-language-is-theirs. Nobody.

  • Faramarz H
    Faramarz H 4 ай бұрын +158

    I actually anticipated much higher levels towards the end, may be because I was not familiar with the A1 to C2 leveling system. I had about 3 or 4 wrong answers throughout the whole levels combined but had no errors in C2 stage. I would love to see more challenging sets of test questions in future videos. Overall. I liked this one. Thank you for a job well done!

    • Catherine Jartoux
      Catherine Jartoux 24 күн бұрын

      A1 0 mistake, A2 1 mistake, B1 1 mistake, B2 4 mistakes, C1 1 mistake, C2 3 mistakes So, which level in the end ?

    • Sid Not Vicious
      Sid Not Vicious 24 күн бұрын

      @Jose Hagad I have met a few Filipinos whose English is very good, but I always assumed that Spanish was the second language in the Philippines. My mistake.

    • Jose Hagad
      Jose Hagad 25 күн бұрын

      I made 9 errors in the test. I'm a Filipino and English is our second language in the Philippines.

    • Donna Baardsen
      Donna Baardsen Ай бұрын +3

      Yes. The entire quiz was in my opinion, actually a freshman at the high school level.

    • Archeryring
      Archeryring Ай бұрын +2

      @John Bond I really thought "mull" is something related to "mule". So "mull over" is chewing something like a mule aka "thinking over". :) So I'm a mule, indeed. :)

  • LoveLeeMeJenny
    LoveLeeMeJenny 19 күн бұрын +7

    Swede here. Interesting test. I managed to get 60/60, with one of the questions by elimination. I don't think I have ever come across the word "landfall" before, but I knew it wasn't any of the other words. There were about three other questions where I had to pause and think to get them right. I usually go by what feels/sounds right, and it's mostly correct, but not always. 😊

    • Nikke
      Nikke 13 күн бұрын

      I'm Finn and I have to say, I'd kind of envy you Swede guys because you have the great advantage of belonging to the same germanic language tree, which greatly improves English pronunciation and also helps with words. For example Google translator speaking english with swedish setting sounds a little bit funny for sure but fully understandable anyway. But if you would change the Google translator speaking english with finnish speech settings or vice versa, that's a different story. 😂

  • Malexxx29
    Malexxx29 Ай бұрын +5

    My scores are: A1 - 10/10; A2 - 10/10; B1 - 10/10; B2 - 9/10; C1 - 9/10; C2 - 8/10. My wrong answers were from the fact I never heard those words/phrases before. So thank you for the opportunity to learn something new while having fun at the same time. My grammar got worse because of social media, where everything is shortened and used wrong. 🤣😅

  • Isabel Martín
    Isabel Martín 14 күн бұрын +2

    Thank you Max, this is great stuff. Please more of this!

  • Omolola Esho
    Omolola Esho 2 ай бұрын +12

    A1 10/10, A2 9/10, B1 8/10,B2 9/10, C1 9/10 C2 8/10. Thanks for this beautiful exercise.👍

  • Teresa Ordonez
    Teresa Ordonez 6 күн бұрын

    I had 2 wrong. I was adviced to read and take tests any time they are available to help out with a cognitive disfunction I have. I will be looking forward to more of this.

  • Abad alrhma Zkoo
    Abad alrhma Zkoo 5 ай бұрын +112

    This is the first time I watch your channel . It is really useful . I enjoyed watching and listening to this test . It was enjoyable as well as gave me an indication of my English level . It became hard a little bit in level C 2 not grammatically but because of new vocabulary that I did not know . Hoping for more tests in the future . English with Max thank you so much for this amazing video !

    • Abad alrhma Zkoo
      Abad alrhma Zkoo 5 ай бұрын +7

      Thank you for correcting my mistake, because l had to use the present perfect tense . Actually I am not good at typing .

    • English with Max
      English with Max  5 ай бұрын +12

      Thank you! I'm very glad you liked it.

  • Saul.T.2.
    Saul.T.2. 14 күн бұрын +3

    American here - I was a poor student in English and therefore I felt my English was most likely amateur at best. However, I feel better about myself getting 59/60.
    Btw, I think it’s marvelous you show the bloopers at the end. If I were your student, I would appreciate seeing that no one is perfect, straight away.

  • Monique Huchet
    Monique Huchet 2 ай бұрын +5

    Living in Canada I had a perfect score on the C2 expressions and my native French helped. However I was surprised to see that the grammatical mistakes I used to make when studying English are still tripping me. Concordance des temps is my nemesis.

  • Florian Meier
    Florian Meier 23 күн бұрын

    Interestingly, I found the level B2-C2 rather similar difficult as I struggeled a bit with the tenses in B2, while in C1/C2 there was some unknown vocabulary, but the rest of the questions could be guessed quite well. Including B1 it was rather easy.

  • Ravenclaw's Den
    Ravenclaw's Den 2 ай бұрын +2

    I'm between C1 and C2. I scored 8/10 and 7/10 respectively. Thank you for the test! I'll be sharing it with my students😘

  • TheSamuiman
    TheSamuiman 21 күн бұрын

    I had basic English in school, however I learned a lot more and faster while practicing talking, reading, listening and learned that there is a lot more to this language, how it differs in various dialects to understand Scottish, Australian, Irish or Mid-West American people is one thing, the next challenge pose non native English speaking people, like Indians, other Asian or African people is another level where it becomes clear that languages are all about communication and not about standard settings!
    The same is of course with other languages like French, Spanish, Portugiese not to mention the large variety of dialects.

  • Terry Smith
    Terry Smith 3 ай бұрын +55

    I thought this to be very educational and fun! I got a little mixed up, or slightly perplexed on one question and answered wrong. I am an elder person of 63 and it was an enjoyable exercise for me. In addition, your presentation was very pleasant and sweet. Thank you 😊

    • Larry Langenauer
      Larry Langenauer 23 күн бұрын +1

      @Kieran Saighir
      Me too and I’m only 74 😂!

    • Janine Lindsey
      Janine Lindsey 27 күн бұрын +2

      @meredith mericle I'm that old. I watched it live on tv as Oswald was being walked in the halls of the Dallas jail in 1963. I was a senior in high school.

    • lenore rubien
      lenore rubien 28 күн бұрын +3

      All babies 90

    • Charlie
      Charlie Ай бұрын +1

      @meredith mericle - oh I remember that all too well…I just turned 70😮 makes me old😏

  • Russ Bell
    Russ Bell 20 күн бұрын +1

    Children don’t beam with delight. They ricochet, or perhaps cackle. I got a big kick out of your testing of common expressions, though they would be completely avoided in most written business communication. (Many of them have fascinating history.)
    I once had a technical writer prof who said he’d fail any paper with an adverb. Naturally, we made it a point to try to sneak them in where they would be necessary to the elaboration of an idea. He soon figured out the game, and would just hand them back and say “No, not this one.” I was successful only once.
    I find the Sabine Hossenfelder channel fascinating with respect to English. Her pronunciation has improved with time, and her technical word use is usually precise. The expressions however, are sometimes a little off kilter, and lean more towards British, less toward American.

  • omnymisa
    omnymisa Ай бұрын +2

    52/60 Was actually very entertaining and in the end educative, thank you!

  • Miguel Dos Pachangas
    Miguel Dos Pachangas 25 күн бұрын +4

    Missed 2. Age 60, native speaker, lived in Mississippi as a boy, Texas for 40 years now. In between, Spain, Singapore and England where I learned to speak Spanish, heard some variations to the idiom, and the proper way to speak, in "British". My English step-mother was properly schooled, intelligent, and easy on the eye. She pointed out some lingering speech issues-all good naturedly of course. At the time, she seemed to speak a different language. As a proper Yorkshire Rose she spoke French as well, but could speak as any from the British Isles might, includeing as the poorer, less articulate would. My command of the accents is excellent, almost as good as hers. Her American southern drawl is mediorce at best, but she only visited Mississippi one time. I attended an English school for a year; 3rd form (8th Grade). The curriculum at Stokesly Comprehensive was very advanced, I was soon lost in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. Hanging on elsewhere. I was evaluated in Spanish by a man sent to my school to do so. I was deemed sufficient and thus didn't have to participate in the French class. Students learn French over their entire duration of school, by the 3rd form it's well advanced. Ironically, during English class I was able to excel- strangely, they were just now on adverbs, which I had covered some time before. At some point I took a broad, comprehensive test. It had most grades in the 50% region. I was aghast, as I knew Pops would have something harsh to say, to put it mildly. My friends assured me it was o.k.- in England they test to see your limits, their marks were as mine were. At home, Pops immediately took off his belt, to let it speak to me. Jane, my stepmom, was able to intervene at the last second, backing up my story of 'them testing to see your limits'. I narrowly escaped around the table, Pops was on the verge of not believing my "outrageous" story. That;s what I remember, 40+ years ago. For this and much more I am thankfull to all 4 that raised me. My parents and step-parents. I know it took the efforts of all 4 to raise me. All alive today, though Pops isn't doing so hot. He is well attended to, in Yorkshire. About time I went, methinks.

    • Deborah Gallo
      Deborah Gallo 22 күн бұрын

      Miguel, I enjoyed reading your comment so much, I read it 3 times. What a wonderful writing skill you have there. I do expect to see a book with your name on it, sometime in the future. Big Cheers from Australia.

  • jorge alvarado
    jorge alvarado 2 ай бұрын +4

    It is a very helpful classes, especially for me since I am non English-native person. I also found some cultural-based manners in it, but overall is very fine. thanks!

  • Maria Gudea
    Maria Gudea 19 күн бұрын +3

    I am not a native speaker, but I've spoken English most of my life and am an English as a Second Language teacher with a Master of Applied Linguistics. I made only one mistake in C2 and I could not believe it! Yes, I master English as a native and I love it!

  • Thomas Becker
    Thomas Becker 2 ай бұрын +36

    Hello. I wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you for your videos. I watched them all on You Tube, at first I found it very difficult, but after taking the test I'm a little proud of myself. Level is A2.
    I have been speaking English for 25 years (I learned it in school). But I am motivated to keep getting better. That's why I signed up for the regular lessons today and also subscribed to the channel. I'm watching you from Germany. Many greetings

    • Aparicio Arguinarena
      Aparicio Arguinarena 17 күн бұрын +1

      sorry, I was reading some comments and read yours one and i don't think you to be only an A2 level. I think you are a little bit upper than that. well nothing I just wanted to write my opinion.

    • Franco Dimitsy
      Franco Dimitsy 24 күн бұрын

      Sorry, please ignore that. Too much alcohol.

    • Franco Dimitsy
      Franco Dimitsy 24 күн бұрын

      @Thomas Becker I'm English, why

    • Peter Harren
      Peter Harren 27 күн бұрын

      What you have written is good and understandable English. I speak enough Spanish to get around, but it is certainy not pretty. I only say this becasue English has brorrowed so many words I can almost guess at a usabe word in Spanish. English is a bastard language. The basic structure is simple but painfully difficult at higher levels. Sometimes the rule is that it simply "sounds right". There are plenty of native english speakers the would have trouble with the C1/C2 levels.

    • Thomas Becker
      Thomas Becker 2 ай бұрын +3

      @English with Max Hello Max. Thank you for your nice answer and your wishes. I hope you're not doing too much strenuous stuff this Australian summer? Greetings from the German winter. I look forward to new videos from you.

  • Daniel Mouton
    Daniel Mouton 2 ай бұрын +7

    As you can probably conclude, my ancestors were native Frenchmen, but I'm an American, so I'm satisfied getting a few wrong. I'm extremely happy you posted this, it reminds me that I need to brush up on my formal English! Do you have a harder test?

    • English with Max
      English with Max  2 ай бұрын +6

      My pleasure! No, but I'm thinking of making one. ;)

  • JustAnn
    JustAnn Ай бұрын +17

    Zero mistakes. I am rather pleased with that result.
    It’s my first time on your channel. Thank you for taking the time to make this.

    • whatever
      whatever 15 күн бұрын

      English speakers should walk this in.

    • manic hairdo
      manic hairdo 27 күн бұрын

      ​@Nigermant Because it's zero, not zeer. And it is beer not bero.

    • Nigermant
      Nigermant Ай бұрын +1

      ​@JustAnn Zero mistakes is quite impressive (anyway how good the Danish education system be), IMHO. Congratulations.
      By the way, maybe someone could clarify why dear, beer, and zero have the same diphthong but in zero the pronunciation is different. 🤔

    • JustAnn
      JustAnn Ай бұрын +3

      @Corayn Bell it isn’t. I’m danish so danish is of course my first language and you can probably even say my second/third languages are Swedish and Norwegian growing up with children’s tv shows from both of those two countries from a very young age. Whereas I only learned a few words and phrases in English until I started having English lessons, in 4th grade I think…

    • Corayn Bell
      Corayn Bell Ай бұрын +2

      If English is your first language, you should get them all right. So easy!

  • Pam Lacey
    Pam Lacey 23 күн бұрын +2

    I only had one mistake which was in C2 and that one was a choice between two answers that I have heard used. I picked the second which was incorrect. I still feel pretty good given that I only have a high school education; makes me feel like I had good teachers! Thanks.

  • Noe Arturo Martinez
    Noe Arturo Martinez Ай бұрын +4

    Hi Max.. I enjoy the video and grasped the same idea I had about my knowledge of English, I'm in B2 level... I've learn watching TV, have never studied a complete course. I'd like to have the opportunity to study a C level in the future... It was fun thanks👍🏽

    • Angela Pietras
      Angela Pietras Ай бұрын

      Well I didn’t like English at school but I did good here,goes to show some people learn more once they have left school.

    • Alfredo Sachit
      Alfredo Sachit Ай бұрын

      hello ,
      I search for people to practic and talk english with they , do you social me on wich app ?
      Please 🥺

  • Divine Retreats- Meditation & Healing
    Divine Retreats- Meditation & Healing 10 күн бұрын +1

    Upto C1-2 incorrect and in C2-5
    Non Native, Indian, studied English after my 10th standard.I worked hard to learn English. Happy to achieve C-1 Advanced level 🎉

  • Ruma Risto
    Ruma Risto 4 ай бұрын +41

    Wow, I thought the C2 section would have been a lot more difficult. I never expected to pass it with flying colors as I still sometimes very much struggle with dialects and some phrasal verbs. Since I passed a more comprehensive test a few years back, I already knew my English was at C1 level, but this gave me confidence to give the C2 test a try.
    (I scored 60/60.)

    • Ruma Risto
      Ruma Risto 19 күн бұрын +2

      @Betel Geza 🤣

    • Betel Geza
      Betel Geza Ай бұрын

      You lie. 60 out of 60 but you wrote - I never expected and I already knew 😂

    • Nikosi9
      Nikosi9 Ай бұрын

      @Rick Poeling You probably know that the English our "hill-billies" spoke(speak) is closer to Shakespearean English pronunciation than the wonderful, very stuffy RP. Our "Hill-Billies came her during the time of Willie, the Shake, and went up into the Hills, keeping the language and culture. while the those on seaboard changed with the times.
      My condolences to Sirs Olivier and Gielgud to have to work with that accent...

    • Nikosi9
      Nikosi9 Ай бұрын

      @Rabmac1UK You mean one is French (colour), while the other (color) is correct. It is a Latin-derived word, whose spelling the French corrupted.
      The Brits, wanting to emulate the French, for some arcane reason, chose to interject the 'u' into some perfectly perfect English words, such as color, honor, labor, etc., etc... Un gran defilement!

    • Solar Wind
      Solar Wind Ай бұрын +1

      @Rabmac1UK In my German school I learnt both British spelling and American spelling, and they were treated as equals. Our teachers told us to choose one in the higher grades.

  • Horace Ray
    Horace Ray Ай бұрын +9

    This was very interesting and fun. I scored 60/60 I'm proud to say.

    • Robert Reuss
      Robert Reuss 27 күн бұрын

      It was too simple indeed. Any conversational skill in English would lead you to master C2. Yet English language is incredibly intricate and illogical in so many ways. Thus, surely C2 cannot be the end of the road : )

    • William Davis
      William Davis 28 күн бұрын

      Have you never spoken English before?

  • Aragami_76
    Aragami_76 Ай бұрын +28

    I have watched a lot of these videos/took the tests, to get a feel for my english level, but this one is the first one that made sense and actually kind of imitated the english-levels.
    As an austrian who is basically youtube taught in english, im very proud to have a perfect 60/60 result, especially taking the test at 2x speed since i wanted to fly over the first few levels and actually forgot about that fact in the end :D
    But its actually crazy to see what a few years of watching english videos (and no real other training) about all sorts of things can do to a human brain, because at first (6 years ago) i understood nothing (LITERALLY 0 vocabulary) and now its a reasonable assumption that im at a C2 level in english.
    Since the videos were mostly from american creators, i do have a heave american tendency in how i pronounce words but that for me is a good trade off for a free secondary language
    Never let anybody tell you, that you cant... if it works for you, its good. Never stop trying :)

    • Daibaki Barman
      Daibaki Barman 18 күн бұрын

      Got 10/10 wow that was 👌👌

    • Michael Jenkins
      Michael Jenkins 28 күн бұрын +4

      Very impressive for someone who is "youtube taught in English," to have such a thorough grasp of all those less-than-rational, almost nonsensical idiomatic expressions!

    • michael grabner
      michael grabner 29 күн бұрын +4

      Austrian here as well, also with a 60/60 result..till the end of C1 level I felt totally unchallenged but at some C2 questions I finally had to start to think before answering..

    • Aragami_76
      Aragami_76 Ай бұрын +1

      @Kieran Saighir Thanks :D
      your score is very good too tho!

    • Kieran Saighir
      Kieran Saighir Ай бұрын +1

      As an English speaking American, let me congratulate you. I'm no scholar, but I handle the language quite well and only got 58 out of the 60 correct.

  • Merrick Bibens
    Merrick Bibens 24 күн бұрын +1

    American English is a different from British English, as is Australian English and other countries as well, we all put own spin on it over time. I had a friend from England who moved here and he always committed on how we spoke here and said that's incorrect English.....it always makes me smile to this day, many years later. I missed 3/4 and 2 maybe 3 50/50 but l am almost 70 and wasn't that good in school

  • R. Ackermann
    R. Ackermann Ай бұрын +2

    That was interesting. Love it. A1 - 10; A2 - 10; B1 - 6; B2 - 6; C1 - 7; C2 - 7 ... looks like there is room for improvement.

  • Marilou Alimboyao
    Marilou Alimboyao 22 күн бұрын +2

    60/60 It’s nice to refresh my English vocabulary and grammar. Can’t wait for your next video. Subscribed!

  • Didier Ngoho
    Didier Ngoho 3 ай бұрын +18

    Hi, greetings from Congo in Africa! That's a great idea, to test oneself in English. I was surprised by the level of questions - what you call proficiency level C2 is just average in my country here. We study hard to master English. I'm proud to announce that I just hesitated at B1 #1 between "I'm closing" and "I'll close", and quickly spotted "I'll close". As a language practitioner myself, it's highly important to check my level every now and then. Looking forward to your next test !!! Thanks for your work. I'm so happy I got only one wrong !

  • PanxoGaming
    PanxoGaming Ай бұрын +2

    Taking in count the numbers of correct answers for each section, I'd say that I'm somewhere in between B2 and C1. Though C2 was a 50-50 for me. Surprisingly good, knowing my lack of daily practice since I came back to my home country.

    • Betel Geza
      Betel Geza Ай бұрын

      Into not in. You are between a2and b1

    MARTE BEST Ай бұрын +2

    Wow. I have passed up to B2 level with few mistakes... but C1 and C2 are too difficult for me. Many thanks for sharing this material. I have never learned english at school, but I have lived in Ireland in the past.

  • Tammi Klusewitz
    Tammi Klusewitz 28 күн бұрын +2

    Native English speaker (American) Perfect score although there was one I could have answered with either of two choices ( verb tense sentence) however, I had the benefit of living in Australia for six years so I could see it working either way depending on the speaker's experience. It seemed more of a matter of 'style' than of grammar.I did increase the test speed to x2 because I found myself being distracted when it was too slow.

    • Andi Cantu
      Andi Cantu 24 күн бұрын

      Was it question 21?

  • Michal Mižigár
    Michal Mižigár 2 ай бұрын +6

    Thank you for this test! It was really fun!
    A1: 10/10 - A2: 10/10
    B1: 8/10 - B2: 7/10
    C1: 7/10 - C2: 6/10

  • Jenny Cupin
    Jenny Cupin 28 күн бұрын

    Hi Max, this was enjoyable to do and had scored 11 mistakes out of 60.
    A1- 10
    A2 - 7/10
    B1 - 9/10
    B2 - 8/10
    C1 - 8/10
    C2 - 7/10
    I really liked the challenge of having tested my level of understanding of the written English. Thankyou. 🙏🙂

  • Serisa Salvador
    Serisa Salvador 4 ай бұрын +19

    Hi Max! First time to visit your channel, I had 8/10 in C2. I learned some new vocabulary words from you, very informative and your explanation is great. Thanks and more power..❤😘

    • Betel Geza
      Betel Geza Ай бұрын

      @Alexander Efimof heheheheye😊😊😊

    • Alexander Efimof
      Alexander Efimof Ай бұрын

      @Betel Geza I guess, native speakers are not mistaken at all.

    • Betel Geza
      Betel Geza Ай бұрын

      @Alexander Efimof so that even native speakers would have found it impassable ?-)

    • Alexander Efimof
      Alexander Efimof Ай бұрын

      I think she might have presented more complicated idioms for C2.

    • Betel Geza
      Betel Geza Ай бұрын

      If only 2 c2 mistakes - why you made a blatant mistake with - I learned ?

  • Javier Bustamante
    Javier Bustamante Ай бұрын +4

    I hesitated between dish out and fork out but I ended up choosing the latter and I got a perfect score. Not bad for my English as a second language. Great video , by the way.

    • Phil Badone
      Phil Badone 27 күн бұрын +1

      It's actually, "fork over".

    • carolineleiden
      carolineleiden 27 күн бұрын +2

      I chose dish out and I lived to regret it....

  • jim Berry
    jim Berry Ай бұрын +16

    Thank you Max for taking the time to make this video. I got all 60 right and, if I'm honest, I found level C2 easy. I put this down to my age (68) when academic standards were generally higher and the fact that I am English may play a part too.

    • Sid Not Vicious
      Sid Not Vicious 24 күн бұрын

      I'm 65 and got all 60 right too. I was hoping for a D level, but realised it is intended for non-native English speakers which makes it a good test especially with the explanations of some words or idioms.

    • Janine Lindsey
      Janine Lindsey 27 күн бұрын +2

      I agree. Academic standards on both sides of the pond were higher. I got all of the right and I'm a 76 year old American.

    • azathothYT
      azathothYT Ай бұрын

      I think this video was made for non-native English speakers like myself, but I got them all right too, so it's no surprise you found this exercise easy if English is your native tongue.

    • Simon Dalzell
      Simon Dalzell Ай бұрын +4

      I'm 58 and got all right, which wasn't difficult. The fact this video exists shows the decline in standards over the years.

  • Matt[ma] Gandhi
    Matt[ma] Gandhi 24 күн бұрын

    Oh, what a pleasant surprise - I only got one question wrong! I believe it was Q nr.56, or something like that.
    And yeah, it really was quite fun taking the test (regardless of my rather high score that is).
    As a Swede I guess I should be quite pleased with the score - even though we start learning English at the age of 10 (although I believe it's at the age of 8 or 9 nowadays.
    I spent about 6 months travelling around in Australia, or rather its' east-coast in my early 20s. And, even though - as I said - we start learning English from a rather young age, and are also used to watch films and series from both the U.S and Britain...I had never heard Australian accent before. And let me tell you, I really struggled to understand anything...it sounded like nothing I'd ever heard before, and they talk really fast and also use quite a few unique slang-words & phrases.
    It probably took me about 2-3 weeks before I could understand, and make myself understood to a satisfactory level...and as the months rolled by, I discovered that many people - both Australians and foreigners - took me for an 'American'. They all said like: "But, you sound like you're from the U.S". Which probably explains why most ppl never tried to 'dumb down', talk slower or drew back on their use of slang...even though I did ask some to talk a bit slower sometimes - which of course some did. Ehmm, sorry - forgot where I was going with all this.
    Anyway - great video. And thanks! Cheers from Sweden.

  • Robin Hood
    Robin Hood Ай бұрын +8

    No mistakes, and thank you for going to the trouble to prepare this video. Also, you have a lovely speaking voice and pleasant demeanour.

  • Nicole Kati
    Nicole Kati 23 күн бұрын +1

    60/60, although I had to ponder a little about the "fork out" phrase. I have never actually used that phrase,in the end though,all the others just didn't sound right. I didn't even expect a perfect score, although English language "felt" familiar since I was a child and therefore it's kind of a second mother language to me,so this really made my day. I believe learning through music really eases things up,at least that's what helped me. So,thank you Queen for being the best band in the world,forcing me to learn AND understand what Bohemian Rhapsody is talking about. And thank you Max,for making my day. Ok now kids, let's do a quick test on my language. I am Greek!

  • Yvette Hoitink
    Yvette Hoitink 4 ай бұрын +30

    No mistakes. I can usually pass for a native speaker in writing, including academic writing, but have a noticeable Dutch accent when I speak. My main issue is that I sometimes use American English in a British context and vice versa. In the Netherlands, we are taught British English in school but are more exposed to American English.

    • Betel Geza
      Betel Geza Ай бұрын

      No mistakes. Hehehehe “taught in school” hehehehehe😂

    • Arillus
      Arillus Ай бұрын

      same in norway, fluent in english and american, english from school and american from media and wife, and i was complimented on my norwegian(my native language) in a grocery store where id been talking to my wife in line, and the clerk didnt understand my wife so she told me to say it in norwegian...

    • rick mar
      rick mar Ай бұрын

      In South America you can also choose to learn British or American English

    • JustAnn
      JustAnn Ай бұрын +1

      Pretty much the same, except my accent is British enough to have almost anyone who isn’t in fact British, think that I am. Have even had British people ask me how long I’ve lived in Britain 😂

    • Anais Fernandez-Laaksonen
      Anais Fernandez-Laaksonen 3 ай бұрын +4

      @JL An alternative viewpoint from a native British who attended an American high school. For 40 I definitely tend towards "would" but recognize that "will" is used (much more American) although it seems to have slightly different implications; I have heard "will" used but it still comes across as unusual/uncommon. For #52 it is definitely not a common expression, particularly as such situations are not common and thus it is not heard often, but occasionally some will use it. For #56 I would definitely say "fork out", although I have heard of "dish out" from Americans, but haven't heard "fork over" before. In general, it seems that this test is slightly more geared toward British English than American English.

  • Richard Lenz
    Richard Lenz 25 күн бұрын +2

    I hate tests in general. Therefore, I was quite nervous 🤭. Fortunately, I passed most of it. As I speak a lot to foreigners, I have the tendency to pronounce sentences wrong, in an effort to communicate more clearly and also for fun 😋. This is not an excuse. It is similar as if you where talking to a small children. Thank you anyhow 🥰

  • Yvanna
    Yvanna Ай бұрын

    Hello, thank you so much for that video!! I can say that you made a really great content and your content really match with each level. I found others videos that propose the same stuff but the questions were too easy for me at least I didn't learn that much with the previous ones. But with yours Ma'am, I learned really much stuff. So thanks again!
    I got 9 at A1 level lol because of 'hers"
    A2 10/10
    B1 7/10 (but basically I know I have this level)
    B2 6/10
    C1 7/10
    C2 5/10
    For the question 24, the answer was "had already seen" because there was "watched/wanted" at the beginning right? But if it was Franck want to watch E.T. but we are watching something else, we can choose the answer "have already seen" ? (I hope my question makes sense)

    • English with Max
      English with Max  29 күн бұрын

      I'm glad you liked it!
      Yes, that's right. You could say, for example:
      Frank wants to watch E.T., but we're going to watch something else because I have already seen it.
      Frank wants to watch E.T., but we're watching something else because I have already seen it.

  • Terry Duenas
    Terry Duenas 22 күн бұрын

    I did very well! English has always been my favorite subject! Thank you for this fun test!

  • Sally Kirby
    Sally Kirby 16 күн бұрын

    I loved this test. I got all questions right. I love this instructor. Would love to have had her as my English teacher.

  • G. H. Evans
    G. H. Evans 24 күн бұрын +1

    Full marks. Good fun. Enjoyed the bloops, too!

  • Mai de Nekker
    Mai de Nekker 3 ай бұрын +10

    This was really nice, i got to the C2 level without problems, which surprised me a bit. I have learned English in school, like all dutch children but i really learned to speak and comprehend it afterwards. Due to travel, and especially lately seeing so much English movies and series, and content on KZclip, i could expand my ability to understand and speak English. For me it's the nicest language in the world, really, it's so rich and colourfull. Writing in English is not something i do very often and i feel a bit awkward about that, so i hope you don't mind my mistakes.

    • English with Max
      English with Max  2 ай бұрын +1

      Well done! And thank you for watching!

    • Mai de Nekker
      Mai de Nekker 3 ай бұрын +2

      @lemontree Thank you, that's a good tip, I'll keep that in mind!

    • lemontree
      lemontree 3 ай бұрын +3

      Your English is very good for somebody speaking it as their second language!
      Just one tip to keep in mind while typing, "I" As in when you are referring to yourself, is always capitalized. For example: Yesterday I went to the beach.

  • Jos Zandstra
    Jos Zandstra Ай бұрын +3

    So KZclip suggested this video. I must say it was fun doing the test. I am Dutch and learned English at school (and from watching series on TV) some 50 years ago and had a go at the test.
    Made 1 mistake in B1, 2 in C1 and 2 in C2. Not sure what my real level is but it was fun doing this test

    • Jos Zandstra
      Jos Zandstra Ай бұрын +2

      @Marie Barker In what way is your response related to the video?

  • Oscar Stavseth
    Oscar Stavseth Ай бұрын +1

    I had 5 errors, this is the first time I do an British English test, the language is little bit different as I’ve learned by my self and practiced all my life American English, I might not be on C2 level, but I think I’ve done it quite well, thanks

  • Bogdan Baudis
    Bogdan Baudis 23 күн бұрын

    I like the focus on words and phrases usage. This is what frequently trips foreign speakers; especially if they are not immersed in the everyday English-speaking environment.

  • Said Farid
    Said Farid Ай бұрын

    Hi dear professor.
    Thank you so much for your help and advice.
    I really appreciate your job. I wish you peace and happiness under the sky of prosperity.
    All the best.
    Have a good time.

  • JussiRu
    JussiRu 12 күн бұрын

    To my surprise, i scored 58/60, because there were a couple "depends on the context" choices that screwed me over :) I am a natural born finnish creature, and last time i was really studying english language, was over 30 years ago. Good test!

    FRANSPACE NASPACE 4 ай бұрын +40

    Thank you very much for this test: it's very well-made! I got an higher score than the one I expected...
    My score is:
    A1 - 10/10
    A2 - 10/10
    B1 - 9/10
    B2 - 9/10
    C1 - 6/10
    C2 - 1/10
    I learned lots of expressions I didn't know before (in C2 section) so thank you very much! Bye, NS

  • Tita  Ramirez
    Tita Ramirez Ай бұрын +1

    Very educational and fun love it perfect scores

  • Cri
    Cri Ай бұрын

    Actually, your video gave me a very good idea about my english level!😁 Now, I'm certain is B1.
    Thank you very much! 💗💗💗

  • Johanna Dahl
    Johanna Dahl 29 күн бұрын

    Darn, I had four wrong answers (even if I think that the Frank-question had more than one correct answer). From Sweden, not being a person speaking english natively, I like this test. More of these please :)

  • Velvet Rouge
    Velvet Rouge Ай бұрын +1

    Well it looks like I should read more English books as C2 showed me what is still missing. Thanks a lot for sharing your video! You are funny and smart and it is great entertainment watching it, while being lectured! Love it! Hmmm..... I am wondering how many mistakes I already made within this comment!?!? LOL Cheers DimiZ

    • English with Max
      English with Max  Ай бұрын

      Your English is excellent!
      One correction:
      *while being taught.
      "To lecture somebody" is rather negative. ;-)

  • Lisa Margolis
    Lisa Margolis 24 күн бұрын

    Thank you so much!!! It was a very educational, I learned a lots. I appreciate your effort!!! I wish you good health, peace and love be with you always!!!

  • Röderbergis
    Röderbergis 4 ай бұрын +14

    Very interesting. Scored around 57/60. Although i did not know most of the vocabulary in c2 i was able to make out most of the answers due to context. like landfall is the only possible answer because 'fall' is the only verb that makes sense here etc. I found similiar solutions on the other ones. Really fun i think my english is somewhere around c1 although i sometimes still get the grammar wrong. Thanks alot really cool Video!

  • Uri Alon
    Uri Alon Ай бұрын

    Max! you are the most brilliant-fluent-articulate-charming teacher I have ever seen online (I am a teacher by profession myself...). Well, I missed 3 on C2 so I still have some way to go... Thank you! Wow!

    • r M
      r M 15 күн бұрын

      Say the words out loud. You would be surprised at how much easier it gets. Ask a friend for help. Good luck.

  • Michel Lapierre
    Michel Lapierre Ай бұрын +3

    I got 49/60. English is my second language. I got 5/10 in C2, I'm definitively in that level. This was interesting and fun. Thank you very much ! 🤩

    • Michel Lapierre
      Michel Lapierre 28 күн бұрын

      @Britt-Marie Birkestad Congrats !!

    • Britt-Marie Birkestad
      Britt-Marie Birkestad 28 күн бұрын +1

      49/60 for me too. I have Swedish as my first language. I just got 4 out of 10 on C2.

  • ana gonzalez
    ana gonzalez 26 күн бұрын +1

    I am a non native speaker of English living in South America and used to teach it. I stopped doing so 12 years ago and use English only for reading purposes. I'm happy that I still got 8/10 in C1!

  • Andreu Pinel
    Andreu Pinel Ай бұрын +1

    I got only 3 mistakes up to C1 - included; the 3 of them prepositions related (for a Spanish person like me, prepositions in English can be kind of a nightmare)... However, C2 was totally out of my reach, I only got 4 correct answers there. I must admit that even though I learned British English as a kid, I've been largely exposed to American English since then.

  • Otto
    Otto 25 күн бұрын +1

    Excelente prueba profesora , estoy feliz por el resultado , saludos a todos desde GUATEMALA .

  • Veronika Plucková
    Veronika Plucková 2 ай бұрын +6

    I was wandering for a long time whether I finally reached level C1, but according to this test, I should be at C2 by now. So you definitely made my day! 😁

    • SONYA I
      SONYA I 27 күн бұрын +1

      36/60very bad 😊

    • Eric Down
      Eric Down 28 күн бұрын

      @Kay Lynn Of course she did. She made a mistake. Why point it out?

    • Veronika Plucková
      Veronika Plucková 2 ай бұрын

      @Kay Lynn Yes, sorry

    • Kay Lynn
      Kay Lynn 2 ай бұрын +2

      Did you mean to say "I was wondering?"

  • Ruffdhalez
    Ruffdhalez 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you for sharing this top-notch English test. Keep it coming.

  • A Hizon Journey
    A Hizon Journey Ай бұрын +2

    English is not my first language but I got lucky to pass the test up to C2 level. Thank you very much and with this test you deserved my subscription. Have a nice day.

  • Lia de Ruiter
    Lia de Ruiter 15 күн бұрын

    Thank you for this test. Very interesting. I made 3 mistakes in the C2 section: 52, 55 and 56. Up to C1 I was sure about every answer. In C1 I guessed number 48 right. I learned some new things today. Thank you again from The Netherlands.

  • Michael Jenkins
    Michael Jenkins Ай бұрын +2

    Interesting test, though mostly very simple for a native English speaker. However, I did miss one of the C1 questions, where I quickly chose "if it is" when the right choice was "be it." The many idioms in just this simple test made me realize how difficult it must be for a person whose first language is not English to become truly fluent, as so many of our idioms don't make a great deal of sense, like "It was a piece of cake." Very nice presentation!

    • D Dehggial
      D Dehggial 14 күн бұрын

      as someone whose first language isn't English, I can report that "piece of cake" makes a lot of sense :-) the meaning of these idioms can usually be gleaned from the context. I think a lot of people get really pedantic about learning a language. You need a lot less than you think to make yourself understood/understand others. Obviously, it's different if you want to write literary essays, like someone else mentioned above. But simple vocabulary and tense proficiency is enough 99% of the time. The most important, beyond the basics, I think is to get used to people's accents, because you might know the words but not understand the pronunciation.

    • Michael Jenkins
      Michael Jenkins 28 күн бұрын

      @Hornbeam Yes, I think you are spot on. The correct answer sounded a bit too formal, or "too British," and we both opted for the more colloquial but incorrect wording.

    • Hornbeam
      Hornbeam 29 күн бұрын +2

      I made the same error, thinking about it later I actually think this mistake would be quite common among native english speakers like us because of the lax way we tend to phrase our plurals. The First clause states '"movies" ie plural so "if it is" ie singular is grammatically incorrect but would still be phrased this way by many native english speakers, while non-native speakers would be much more careful.

    RA RDJA 23 күн бұрын

    Hello. What a great job you''re doing! I've opted to subscribe to your channel because it presents much from which I may profit in my new work of teaching English to a Francophone. Keep at it.

  • Printa Clip
    Printa Clip 4 ай бұрын +14

    Except for 2 errors on C1, I did well up to C2. It was quite an engaging experience for me. Thanks Max. Keep up the good work. I just subscribed.

  • Brian Smith
    Brian Smith Ай бұрын

    I missed 1 C1 and 1 C2, not bad.
    Well structured test and Great Presentation.
    Thank You 🙂

  • Michelle Wei
    Michelle Wei 4 күн бұрын

    What's interesting is that I got most everything but question 19 correct. On question 47 I was teetering between two options. I got all of C2 correct. So a little minor tweaking and I'm all good here. I spent 30 years in Canada raised by a Welsh father. Moved to the US for the next 20. Never lost my love of English grammar.

  • Alex Murray
    Alex Murray 14 күн бұрын +1

    Acerté todas las del nivel A1, pero mañana continúo porque tengo cosas que hacer. ¡Muchas gracias!

  • donquijotexx
    donquijotexx Ай бұрын

    My mark in this test, that you presented was 80/100 or 80%, that means that of these10 tests answered, I made two mistakes and my final mark was 80 per cent. Thanks a lot! Max.

  • cookie_dough_hangover
    cookie_dough_hangover 19 күн бұрын

    Perfect score. I got an A on my Cambridge Proficiency exam years ago. I enjoyed this. Thank you.

  • Jason Rodríguez
    Jason Rodríguez 3 ай бұрын +3

    Good evening from Caracas, Venezuela. Although the test was quite long, I had the motivation to take it from the beginning to the end. My score was 45/60 points. In most of the exercises, you were evaluating the use of phrasal verbs, so I must confess that I don't master them in a hundred percent. Today I learned the meaning of some I wasn't familiar with. You're the most gorgeous English teacher in KZclip. I enjoyed watching your video, Max! 😍

  • melabau1
    melabau1 24 күн бұрын

    Greatings from Austria!
    1 mistake in B2, 3 in C1 but just 1 in C 2. Not that bad, I'd say. 😊
    Thank you for this video!

  • Secret
    Secret Ай бұрын

    That was fun! Full score. I have sent the link to my daughter as I think she can learn a thing or two from your video. Thank you for the video.

  • samlkay
    samlkay 29 күн бұрын +1

    I was born in America. It wasn’t until question #51 that I realized your quiz was based on British English. If I asked my employer for a pay “rise” instead of a pay “raise”, I might get it after they stopped laughing. Your quiz is wonderful. I am an Anglophile at heart. I bear no hard feelings toward toward the British for inviting my ancestors to emigrate to Colonial America from Dublin in 1750.

    • Thomas Maughan
      Thomas Maughan 28 күн бұрын

      I detect British the moment I notice the missing R in speech. Americans sometimes affect that speech impediment.

  • Cheryl Lackie's Artwork
    Cheryl Lackie's Artwork Ай бұрын +4

    A1: 10, A2: 9, B1: 9, B2: 10, C1: 9, C2: 10 !!! Thank you! That was really fun! Excellent test! Please create more with more difficulty moving forward 😊😊

  • nvz112
    nvz112 25 күн бұрын

    Thanks for the video, it was very educational. I'm Belgian but I think I did pretty well: 10/10; 10/10; 9/10; 8/10; 8/10; 6/10

  • Pol Aris
    Pol Aris 4 ай бұрын +15

    Three times I found myself in a dilemma between two options and then chose the wrong answer. It was quite fun indeed, thanks! 💐

    • Alfredo Sachit
      Alfredo Sachit Ай бұрын

      hello ,
      I search for people to practic and talk english with they , do you social me on wich app ?
      Please 🥺

  • Khalid Memon
    Khalid Memon Ай бұрын

    I correctly chose the answers to 59 of your test questions either in no time or within the first few seconds. You got me on 47 with if it is and be it. I chose if it is? Thank you and keep up the good work.

  • Renault R25
    Renault R25 Ай бұрын

    I am from Myanmar and I am very interesting in your teaching and presentation. C1 and C2 are a little bit of difficult for me but I satisfied and I appreciate your teaching method. Anyway I think I will improve by learning from you. Thank you.🙏🙂