What is included in the DELF A2?

As a teacher, I often get questions from my students about what is included in the DELF exams. They are always curious to know what they will be tested on, and what they can expect. In this blog post, I will outline the different topics that are covered in the DELF A2 exam. So whether you are a student preparing for the test, or just interested in learning more about it, keep reading!

DELF, or the Diplôme d’Études en Langue Française, is a certificate that proves your French skills. The DELF A2 is the second level of this certificate and is meant for students who have a basic knowledge of the language. In order to pass the DELF A2, you need to be able to understand and use simple phrases in conversation, and be familiar with grammar topics typically taught in second-year high school classes. So, what exactly will you be tested on? Let’s take a look!

The Difference Between the DELF and DALF French Language Proficiency Exams

DELF and DALF are two different types of French language exams. DELF is an exam for beginners, while DALF is an exam for advanced learners.

There are a lot of different French language proficiency exams available out there, and it can be tough to figure out which one is the right one for you. Today, we’re going to take a closer look at the DELF and DALF exams and discuss the key differences between them. So if you’re wondering whether the DELF or DALF is the right exam for you, keep reading!