DELF A1 Exam Preparation in Chandigarh

DELF A1 Exam is the primary level that acknowledges essential elementary or simple fundamental knowledge. The prime objectives of this stage are to understand and manipulate the morphology and syntax of the Target language (French). Focus is on building up of oral communication skills and everyday vocabulary.

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DELF A1 Exam Format

The DELF A1 exam consists of 4 sections evaluating the 4 language skills, namely:

  • Listening
  • Speaking
  • Reading
  • Writing

Covered under one paper, except speaking which is usually not done at the same time along with the other sections of the exam.

  • The total duration of the DELF A1 Exam test is 1h 20min. Download DELF A1 Sample Papers
  • The overall pass mark is 50/100.
  • The pass mark for each section is 5/25.

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DELF A1 Listening Comprehension

The duration of DELF A1 Listening comprehension section of the exam is 20 minutes and is of 25 marks. In it, three to four very short recordings dealing with common everyday life topics is played twice. The maximum duration of each recording is 3 minutes.

DELF A1 Reading Comprehension

The duration of the DELF A1 Reading Comprehension section of the exam is 30 minutes and is of 25 marks. It covers four to five written documents on everyday life.

DELF A1 Writing Production

The duration of this section of the exam is 20 minutes and is of 25 marks. This section consists of two parts : Part 1 covers form filing (providing personal credentials such as your name, address, marital status etc) Part 2 involves the writing on everyday topics (postcards, messages, stories etc).

DELF A1 Speaking

The duratiom of this section of the exam is about 20 minutes and is of 25 marks. Although the actual time allotted for speaking is 5 to 7 minutes.The remaining time is spent in preparation which will be given before the speaking time.

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