I saw a thread stating that Spanish and Italian have had their trees updated to better reflect the content of the CEFR. I was wondering if any updates/changes were being made to the Russian tree to improve the content, fill in any gaps, or just generally improve the course.
This isn't to say the course is bad. It's awesome, and a learned a ton. But who doesn't want to learn more?
@ChipFallaw1 the TRKI (or Test of Russian as a Foreign Language, also known as TORFL), St Petersburg University was authorised by the Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation of 29 August 2017 No 856. There are 3 structures: BASIC-INDEPENDENT-PROFICIENT. The Basic includes elementary and basic; Independent includes the 1st and the 2nd certificate and proficient includes 3rd and 4th certificate. The highest level requires native proficiency. These correspond to the Common European Framework of References for Languages (CEFR). There are 6 levels -1450 hours