You want to prepare for the DELF exam, and you realize that you’re going to have to improve your command of French grammar. Quite a few teachers nowadays seem to shun grammar in favor of communication and fluency, but the exam is going to require good grammatical knowledge of French. The problem is you probably aren’t too sure what grammar topics to study. Sure, you open your old French textbook, but that may be of limited use. Should you focus on things such as “par, pour, en, vers, avec, de, sans, sous, sur” or perhaps you would be better of focusing on verb tenses.
No need to worry as we have done the groundwork for you. This blog will go over the details of what grammar topics you need to know and suggest ways to study. We break the topics down for you and explain them clearly, so you know what you will have to do. Our grammar blogs cover the key grammar topics that you’ll encounter on the DELF. After you have read the blogs, you will still have to put in the time and work to learn the grammar, but you’ll know which direction to head in.
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