French DELF A1

The French DELF A1 exam stands for Diplôme d’Ẹtudes en Langue Française, which is the official diploma for French as a foreign language.

The DELF A1 confirms basic knowledge of the French language and corresponds to the first level (A1) on the six-level scale of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

DELF A1 Requirements:

There are no grades: you either pass or fail and there is a French DELF A1 certificate for every CEFR level. 

French DELF A1 passing criteria:

DELF A1 exam pattern:

1. Compréhension de l'oral (Listening). 2. Compréhension des écrits (Reading). 3. Production écrite (Writing). 4. Production orale (Individual test).

The Compréhension de l'oral (listening) part lasts about 20 minutes and during this time you need to complete 4 exercises.

1. Compréhension de l'oral (Listening):

The Reading module lasts 30 minutes. During this time, you need to complete questionnaires dealing with four or five written documents on everyday life.

2. Lesen (Reading):

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The module "Writing" or "Letter" of the French DELF A1 examination lasts 30 minutes and consists of 2 parts.

3. Schreiben (Writing):

1. Guided conversation 2. Exchanging information 3. Role-play

4. Sprechen (Speaking):

In conclusion, the French DELF A1 exam is a fundamental milestone in the journey to mastering the French language.


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