The DELF exam isn't just pencil and paper.
And the questions are not just about verbs and nouns.
Even the format of the exam is different than what most Canadians are used to.
So you will actually need to know about Paris and other French cultural topics.
But don't worry; we can prepare you for the test.
We have your problem well in hand.
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DELF (Diplôme d’Etude de la Langue Française) is made for everyone learning the French language who needs to officially validate their learning of the French language. The test is divided into four (4) levels, from beginner to advanced: A1, A2, B1 and B2.
During our private exam preparation classes, your child will participate in different activities that are intended to enhance his/her learning and his/her development of different skills, such as oral and written French. The reason is that the DELF exam has oral and written parts.
When you take the DELF exam, you will see that it tries to set realistic objectives and to correspond to actual daily-life situations.
Senior French Teacher
DEUG, B. Ed