Reference Level Descriptions (RLDs) for national and regional languages provide detailed specifications of content at the different CEFR levels for a given language.

This new generation of reference descriptions is based on the CEFR level descriptors: it is a case of identifying the forms of a given language (words, grammar, etc.), mastery of which corresponds to the communicational, socio-linguistic, formal and other competences defined by the CEFR.

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Reference Level Descriptions are so far available for the following languages: Croatian, Czech, English, German, French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.
Others are being developed.

In addition, simplified content specifications for English and French have been systematically developed by Eaquals with the British Council and the CIEP respectively:

 List of the "Threshold level" series (1975 - 2005)