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The Diplôme d’études en langue française (English: Diploma in French Language Studies) or DELF for short, is a certification of French-language abilities for non-native speakers of French administered by the International Centre for French Studies (Centre international d’études pédagogiques or CIEP) for France’s Ministry of Education. It is composed of four independent diplomas corresponding to the first four levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: A1, A2, B1, and B2. Above this level, the “Proficient User” divisions are certified by the DALF. The examinations are available in four varieties: “DELF Prim” which is for Primary School students (only available at pre-A1 level, A1 and A2), “DELF Junior et Scolaire” which is aimed at Secondary School students, “DELF Tous Publics” which is aimed at adults and “DELF Pro” which is aimed at people who would like to work. Each variety is worth exactly the same and results in the awarding of the same diploma, but the material is varied to ensure that it is appropriate for the target cohort. DELF certificates are valid for life and do not expire.
This section tests the candidates’ reading comprehension by presenting several short pieces of writing, followed by comprehension questions requiring simple filling (ticking, multiple-choice, true/false) or a justified written answer. At A1 and A2 levels, candidates are presented with several short texts or signs. At B1 and B2 levels, candidates are given longer texts, with the total length of B2 texts being around 1000 words.
At the A1 and A2 levels, this section consists of a guided conversation where the candidate is prompted by the examiner, a short exchange of information on a defined subject, and finally, a role-play between the examiner and the candidate. At the B1 level, it consists of a guided conversation, an interactive exercise, and a discussion of a document designed to elicit a reaction from the candidate. At the B2 level, the candidate is expected to state and defend an opinion, based on a short document designed to elicit a reaction.