You’ve signed up for the French language exam called DELF. What’s next? Do you go to the library and borrow a stack of DELF books or go online and read anything and everything on DELF? You might choose a good book or helpful website, but it’s not a good idea to make choices without being properly informed.
Libraries are a great resource, and there’s plenty of useful stuff online. Having said that, you need to stop and think before you plunge into your preparation. You need to think about how you should study.
You need good, solid advice from professionals who know language exam preparation, not some random guy online giving a poorly informed opinion or offering a magic solution.
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Go on, take the time and open up the blogs and read through them. You won’t regret doing it.