Alliance Française Vancouver is the official center for the DELF exam in Vancouver. To help our students succeed in their DELF exams, we have created a series of articles that provide tips to think about and work on as part of the DELF A2 exam preparation.
The DELF A2 level exam is divided into a collective or group section and an individual part. The group section lasts 1 hour and 40 minutes, and 18 minutes for the one-on-one session.
The collective part covers oral comprehension, written comprehension, and written expression.
The individual test covers oral expression only.
This article covers the DELF A2 level, specifically for adults. There is also a test for children and teenagers, called DELF Prim’ and Junior, which will be covered in another post.
You will also be able to download a DELF A2 exam sample paper to practice.
These are some general tips to consider for your exam; however, practicing by doing simulation exams is highly beneficial to ensure a positive outcome in your DELF exam.