All the exams comply with the requirements of the Common European Framework of Reference (CECR) of the Council of Europe according to a scale of the 6 levels A 1, A 2, B 1, B 2, C 1, C 2 defined for training qualifications in foreign languages.
We offer a series of courses enabling you to prepare for foreign language exams.
This level recognises basic knowledge. It is the most basic level at which a language is used, called the "discovery" stage. At this stage, the learner can interact in a simple way: he/she can speak about him/herself and his/her immediate environment.
DELF A2 is based on the same principle: it recognises the linguistic competence of a basic user, considered as a social player. The candidate can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring the most common polite phrases and exchanges of information.
At this level, the user becomes independent. He/she can maintain interaction: he/she can understand and maintain a discussion and give his/her opinion. He/she is capable of dealing with situations likely to arise in daily life.
A B2 user has a degree of independence that allows him/her to construct arguments to defend his/her opinion, explain his/her point of view and negotiate. At this level, the candidate has a degree of fluency and spontaneity in regular interactions and is capable of correcting his/her own mistakes.
Proficient user with effective skills. He/she can understand a wide range of demanding and longer texts and recognise implicit meaning. He/she can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without having to search for the right words. He/she can use the language flexibly and effectively for social, professional and academic purposes. He/she can produce clear, well structured detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
Proficient user with effective operational skill. He/she can understand with ease virtually everything he/she reads or hears. He/she can render facts or arguments from a variety of written or oral sources, summarising them coherently. He/she can express him/herself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in more complex situations.