Pass b2 for both languages, does it make sense? I need to tell that I need to pass two exams to get b2 . I am studying Englush and French.I want to pass the B2 exam for both. Does it sound natural? Thanks
Nov 29, 2016 9:21 AM
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Yes, you can say I want to pass the B2 exam for both. You could also say 'I'm hoping to pass the B2 exams in both English and French' or 'I am aiming to reach a B2 level in English and French' if it is formal, like in a covering letter for a job. In England only people who do languages know about the CEFR levels so I would say 'the B2 exam (according to the CEFR grading system)...' so that they can look it up if they need to.
November 29, 2016
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