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The DELF and DALF are six separate diplomas issued by the French Ministry for National Education to certify the French language skills. These diplomas are valid for life. DELF and DALF certificates are developed by the Centre International d’Etudes Pédagogiques (CIEP) and reflect the six levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL).


  • Listening: If you speak slowly and intermittently, you can understand
    frequently used, easy words and expressions about yourself, your family, and
    specific, immediate environments.
  • Reading: Can recognize very short words, phrases, and sentences, such as those found in advertisements, posters, and catalogs.
  • Oral conversation: You can have a short conversation if the other person
    repeats it slowly and helps you express what you want to say. You can ask or answer questions about short topics or immediate needs.
  • Oral Writing : You can use easy expressions and sentences to talk about where you live or the people you know.
  • Writing: You can express travel stories, etc. on postcards. You can describe people in surveys, and you can write names, nationalities, addresses, etc. in hotel listings.
  • Listening: I can understand expressions and words about things close to me, such as myself, my family, the environment, and my job. You can recognize advertisements and short, clear messages.
  • Reading: Can read short text. You can obtain necessary information from special-purpose materials such as advertisements, manuals, menus, and timetables, and read short personal letters.
  • Oral conversation: You can exchange opinions on familiar topics, activities, etc. while exchanging simple and direct information in familiar simple tasks. Even if your language skills are not high enough to carry on a conversation, you can still communicate briefly.
  • Oral Writing: Can write a series of expressions to describe things about family or other people, my environment, school, or current or recent professional activities.
  • Writing: You can write short memos, messages, and letters.
  • Listening: If you talk about familiar topics such as work, school, leisure, etc. clearly in standard language, you can understand the main points. If you speak slowly and clearly, you can understand radio and television programs about interests, occupations, and current events.
  • Reading: You can understand texts related to your job through frequently used expressions. Can understand expressions of facts, feelings, and hopes in personal letters .
  • Oral conversation: You can handle most situations that may arise when
    traveling to an area where the language is spoken. Can participate in conversations on familiar topics without preparation.
  • Oral Writing: Can briefly describe one's experiences, facts, dreams, hopes, goals, etc. I can explain my views, plans, etc. and briefly explain why. I can talk about the contents of books and movies, their plots, my reactions, etc.
  • Writing: I can write a familiar story. You can write personal letters expressing your experiences and feelings.
  • Listening: You can understand long speeches, lectures, and even complex
    arguments if the topic is fairly familiar . I can understand most TV news,
    current affairs programs, and standard language movies.
  • Reading: You can read articles and reports about current events in which the authors take a particular point of view. Can understand modern prose literary works.
  • Oral conversation: Daily conversation with native speakers is fully possible. I can actively participate in conversations in familiar contexts while explaining
    and supporting my views .
  • Oral Writing: Can write clearly and in detail about various topics of interest .
    You can present the pros and cons of various prophets and explain your
    perspective on current affairs.
  • Writing: I can write clearly and in detail about various topics of interest . You can write an essay or report that conveys information or presents evidence for and against a particular point of view. You can write letters that emphasize the personal significance of experiences and events.
  • Listening: Can understand long speeches with ambiguous structures and
    relationships . I can understand TV programs and movies without much difficulty .
  • Reading: Can understand long, complex, factual or literary texts with good discernment of writing styles . I can understand specialized articles and long professional manuals that are unrelated to my field .
  • Oral conversation: I can express myself naturally without having to look for
    explicit expressions often . Can use language flexibly and effectively for social and business purposes. I can express my thoughts and opinions accurately and systematically , and I can skillfully relate what I say to what other speakers say.
  • Oral Writing: Can write about complex topics clearly and in detail, integrating subtopics, developing details, and concluding with an appropriate conclusion .
  • Writing: I can express myself in clear, well organized writing, expressing my point of view in detail . You can write letters, essays, or reports on complex topics , emphasizing the points you think are important . You can choose a writing style that is appropriate for your readers.
  • Listening: If you give yourself some time to adjust to the accent, you will be able to understand anything spoken live or broadcast without difficulty, even when a native speaker is speaking quickly .
  • Reading: Can comfortably read almost all types of text, including abstract, structurally and linguistically complex texts such as manuals, technical articles, and literary works .
  • Oral conversation: Can participate in any conversation or discussion without
    any difficulty and is sufficiently familiar with idiomatic expressions and colloquialisms. I can express myself naturally and convey even subtle differences in meaning accurately. When a problem arises, he reorganizes his words so gently that others barely notice.
  • Oral writing: Able to explain or argue clearly and eloquently using a tone appropriate to the context and an effective logical structure so that the listener can easily understand and remember the main points .
  • Writing: Can write clearly and eloquently in an appropriate style. You can write complex letters, reports, or articles that present evidence in an effective logical structure that makes it easy for readers to understand and remember key points. Can summarize and criticize professional writings or literary