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A1- Pure litterature (Should be taken with your first native language, or  in the language you feel most efficient)
A2- A sufficient amount of literature with some grammar studies (Second Language, should have close to or near fluency to be in following these courses)

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There is no more A1 and A2! I thing it was removed a year or two ago. A2 used to be for people who were close to native level but not native speakers. Now there's only one A level; B is for those who've studied at least a couple years, ab initio is for total beginners.

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There is no more A1 and A2! I thing it was removed a year or two ago. A2 used to be for people who were close to native level but not native speakers. Now there's only one A level; B is for those who've studied at least a couple years, ab initio is for total beginners.

 

Ellie is right. The new syllabus (2013 onwards) only comprises of A: Literature and A: Language & Literature - both courses are mean't for native speakers. 

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