DELF B2 ExamJanuary 11th, 2010 | Posted by in Exams
These days, a lot of students decide to learn French and to set themselves a goal: taking the DELF B2 exam for example.
Why should I take the DELF B2 exam?
On top of pushing you to study French regularly, the DELF B2 exam is a great opportunity to prove your level to whoever you need to prove it, employer, school, etc.
When you decide to prepare for the DELF B2 exam, you should ask yourself a few questions:
- is DELF B2 adapted to my level?
- do I have time to seriously prepare it?
- when should I take the exam?
- where is the closest DELF exam center?
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What is tested in the DELF B2 exam?
When you prepare for the DELF B2 exam, you should keep in mind that it is a comprehensive French exam split in 4 equally important parts:
- listening comprehension: usually 2 audio exercises of maximum 8 min (usually 2-3 min). The questions are read beforehand so that you can concentrate on the important parts of the audio documents.
The level is intermediate/upper-intermediate and will require you to know more than what you find in books, for example: French slang, French cultural characters, etc.
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