Maybe you are thinking of verifying your French language skills, so you are considering an exam such as the DELF (Diplôme d’études en langue française). Before you sign up for the exam, it’s a good idea to get to know what’s on the DELF, and what you will have to do. Another thing is that the DELF has a number of different versions; you need to understand what each version is for and the price for each exam, so you register for the version which is suitable for your needs. It can be confusing, but with our blogs, you’ll have a lot of your questions answered.

In these blogs, you can read about the different versions of DELF such as DELF Junior, DELF Tout Public, DELF Prim or DELF Scolaire and how each version is formatted compare to the TCF for example. Also, we’ll tell you about results, scoring and things such as the fees for the test. As well, you can get an idea of the sections and how long each section is. Along the way, you’ll get a really good picture of what the DELF is about. 


Presentation of the DELF

Presentation of the DELF What is the DELF? The DELF (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) is an official diploma issued by [...]

DELF Junior

DELF Junior : What is it? The DELF, Diplôme d’Etude en Langue Française, issued by the French Ministry of National Education, is [...]

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