Meh. A lot of things here aren't in the order I necessarily learned them in. Every book and website seems to be doing it differently. Duolingo won't get you above A2 if at all, yet it includes Plu-Perfect, Subjunctive, la mienne/la tienne etc. I've had an A2 graded reader teach auquel and duquel and a A2 textbook that taught ceci and cela (placed in C1 here) and there was some vague subjunctive sprinkled through this book as well. Yet some things placed in A1 and A2 here didn't seem to have been covered at all, like en and y and some of the idiomatic structures.
The good thing about this site is that you get access to all the level and can mix and match without having to buy several books or programs or working through everything at a certain predetermined order. So here, I really don't think it matters so much what level it is placed in. I'm B1 and there are things in the A's I still need to work on and things in B2 and even C1 I have down pat.
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