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How long to learn French

How to learn French fast? How long does it take to learn French? 


These are common questions from students who wish to learn French. You can speak French or any other language at different levels. For instance, a British lawyer will use a more sophisticated language compared to a British child, although both are fluent in English! 


Here's an idea of the minimum hours required to attain different levels of French proficiency. We mention learning hours instead of time frame (weeks, months, etc) as it is more accurate. For instance, a student may take 4 hours/month (if she takes 1h lesson/week) or 56 hours/month (if she takes 14h lesson/week). 

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Proficiency Level
            CEFR
          Others
       French Faster
  Lower Beginner
             A1
         60-100 hours
         40-60 hours
  Upper Beginner
             A2
        150-200 hours
         60-80 hours
  Lower Intermediate
             B1
        350-400 hours
         80-120 hours
  Upper Intermediate  
             B2
        550-650 hours
        120-180 hours
  Lower Advanced
             C1
        800-950 hours
        180-240 hours
  Upper Advanced
             C2
        > 1000 hours
        240-300 hours

* Note that some students will need more hours than others due to factors such as intellectual ability, available time for learning, gaps in between classes, pronunciation difficulties, etc. 

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