Because the DALF assesses levels C1 and C2 in French, your French vocabulary should already be quite developed. However, you should still brush up on lexical categories you’re likely to find on the DALF tests.
In the past, candidates could choose a field of specialization for the DALF tests, either Social Studies & Humanities or Sciences. This is no longer the case and the subject of the test should be of general interest – you never know what you’ll find!
GlobalExam provides vocabulary revision in the form of files and exercises organized into categories. These include social studies and politics, the environment, and academic subjects. These are further broken down into fields that you’re likely to come across in the DALF tests.
Of course, at the C1 and C2 levels, you’re expected to demonstrate a wide variety of vocabulary and also that you’re able to apply vocabulary appropriate to the context at hand.
That’s why at the C2 level, you’ll find how to recognize and use words and expressions typical of standard French and more formal, academic French. That way, you can adapt your speaking and writing style to high-level tests such as the DALF.