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French Language Certification (DELF)

  • Course level: French

Description

The DELF Exam (Diplome d’etudes en langue francaise) is a French language certification designed to gauge your proficiency in the language. Whether you’re a French native, or a non-native French speaker, the DELF diploma can be used for further study, job search, or as a mention of a second language in naturalization applications. 

The DELF consists of 4 levels, A1, A2, B1, and B2. All the levels consist of 4 components: Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. The A1 level being the most basic, advances with the further levels. The DELF diploma comes with a lifetime validity. 

DELF is further modified according to these categories:

DELF Junior/School

4 Diplomas: DELF A1, DELF A2, DELF B1, DELF B2

The “junior/school” version is aimed at teenagers.

DELF Prim

3 Diplomas: DELF A1.1, DELF A1, DELF A2

The “Prim” version is for children.

DELF Pro

4 Diplomas: DELF A1, DELF A2, DELF B1, DELF B2

The “Pro” version is for those working in a French-speaking professional setting. 

Post 2022, The DELF Pro will be suspended, and candidates can attempt the DELF Exams for all levels.

DELF All Public

4 Diplomas: DELF A1, DELF A2, DELF B1, DELF B2

The “general public” version is intended for older adolescents and adults.

What Will I Learn?

  • A grip on core-level topics in French
  • Unique question-specific strategies
  • Exam techniques practised through extensive practice and personalised feedback
  • Time management while attempting the exam
  • Theoretical understanding as well as practical usage of the language
  • Enhance one’s curriculum vitae (CV) for job applications

Topic Areas

Listening

With the help of our course, you must be able to understand and comprehend simple phrases and conversations. Based on the level that you’ve taken, the conversation can range from a simple greeting to a full conversation/ monologue.

Reading

Writing

Speaking

Ideal For

Students pursuing higher studies, those who need French as a second language, employees working in a France-based company, non-natives applying for a French citizenship.