Following our series of guides for DELF exams, in this article we are going to discuss how to prepare for the DELF B1 exam. As an official centre for DELF and DALF exams in Vancouver, we’ve got you covered!
At the end of the article, you’ll be able to download a DELF B1 sample paper so you can practice at home.
First, the overall DELF B1, like all other levels, is divided into a group section and an individual part. The group section lasts 1 hour and 55 minutes, and 25 minutes for the one-on-one session (10 minutes of preparation and 15 minutes of oral expression).
The collective part covers oral comprehension, written comprehension, and written expression.
The individual test covers oral expression only.
For part 1, the directed interview:
Organize your presentation.
For part 2, the interactive exercise:
For part 3, the expression of a point of view:
You must consider:
These are some general tips to consider for your DELF B1 preparation; however, practicing by reviewing and doing
some exercises will help ensure a positive outcome in your DELF B1 exam.