Prove your French skills to the world
DELF (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) and DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) are official qualifications awarded by the French Ministry of Education to certify the proficiency of candidates from outside France in the French language.
These diplomas correspond to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (Cadre Européen Commun de Référence pour les Langues: CECRL), and are valid for life.
Next session: December 2020
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This level recognizes 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.
Level accomplished at the Alliance BEGINNERS 2
DELF A2 is based on the same principle: it recognises the linguistic competency of a basic user, considered as a social actor. The candidate can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring the most common polite phrases and exchanges of information.
Level accomplished at the Alliance LOWER INTERMEDIATE 3
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.
Level accomplished at the Alliance UPPER INTERMEDIATE 3
A B2 user has a degree of independence that allows him/her to construct arguments to defend his/her opinion, explain his/her viewpoint 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.
Level accomplished at the Alliance ADVANCED 3( Level required to enter French universities)
DALF C1 (please note AFTT does not currently offer the DALF)
Language users at level C1 are independent. They can express themselves fluently and spontaneously. They have a large vocabulary and can choose the appropriate expression to introduce their comments. They can produce clear, well-structured discourse without hesitation and which shows controlled use of structures.
DALF C2 (please note AFTT does not currently offer the DALF)
C2 users’ proficiency in the language is illustrated by precision, appropriateness and fluency of expression. C2 candidates are capable of using the language for academic and advanced-level purposes.
The specifics of the DELF exam – Going beyond simple linguistic knowledge!
The DELF does not only assess your level of French. It also assesses the candidate’s knowledge of how to use the language, their social skills and their ability to learn within a linguistic, sociolinguistic and pragmatic framework. The candidate should pay attention to the way in which they express themselves, as well as the way in which they interact with others, during the activities presented in each test.
The DELF Tout Public is reserved for older teenagers and adults between levels A1 to B2.
At each level, the following competencies are assessed:
- Oral comprehension
- Written comprehension
- Written production
- Oral maintenance
The minimum grade to obtain the diploma is 50 out of 100 (eliminatory grade: less than 5 out of 25 in one of the assessed competencies).
The DELF (Diploma of French Language Studies) are the first lifelong diplomas of French as a second language with international recognition
A1 – TT$ 350 AF Students & Members – TT$ 400 External Candidates
A2 – TT$ 350 AF Students & Members – TT$ 400 External Candidates
B1 – TT$ 450 AF Students & Members – TT$ 500 External Candidates
B2 – TT$ 450 AF Students & Members – TT$ 500 External Candidates
|2020 SESSION 3||DATES & TIME||REGISTRATION
|A1||december 5th (Sat) – 09:00 – 16:00
Written test: 9:00-10:20 am
|november 9th –
november 30th 2020
|A2||december 15th (Tue) – 09:00 – 16:00
Written test: 9:00-10:40 am
|B1|| december 17th (Thu) – 09:00 – 16:00
Written test: 9:00-10:55 am
|B2|| december 12th (Sat) – 08:00 – 16:00
Written test: 8:00-10:30 am
How to register
- Read through the information on this page.
- Register at Alliance Francaise of Trinidad-and-Tobago
- Register online
- If you wish to register on premises please call 622
- EXAM LEVELS : DELF A1 – A2 – B1 – B2 When the online payment is successful, you will receive by email a receipt and a payment reference.
- Download the exam registration form in: Please send your completed form together with the payment receipt to email@example.com
- You will receive an email confirming your registration.
- You will receive your exam schedule by email one week before the examinations.
- If you have any questions, please email Sarah Garcia at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Exam fees are neither refundable nor transferable. Please ensure that you will be available to attend the exam on the date(s) and within the time range.
Please note that the online payment is required for the examinations that are open for registration. Without a confirmation email from AFTT, your registration is not valid.
INSTRUCTIONS THAT MUST BE COMPLIED WITH IN THE CONTEXT OF THE COVID-19 EPIDEMIC
You will find hereafter the welcome instructions to be respected in order to have access to the test/examination room:
- Candidates must wash their hands before entering our premises.
- Candidates are required to wash their hands before signing the sign-in sheet.
- Wearing a mask is mandatory for all candidates during their time on Alliance francaise premises.
- Candidates will wear a face shield during the oral examination. Shields are available for sale at the front office.
- Candidates bring their own pens.
- Candidates will be required to present their identity document at the time of the identity checks themselves and at a distance.
- Hydroalcoholic gel is mandatory. Candidates will be asked to use it before the beginning of the test and before handing in the copy.
If these rules are not respected, it will unfortunately be impossible for us to allow you access to the test/examination room.
How to prepare
- Sample papers are provided for each level on the France Education International (formerly CIEP) website.
- Workshops for B2 are available every year between October and November.
- Private tuition: available all year long , personalised, tailored training and flexible scheduling, private tuition is a great way to get ready before your exam. Visit AFTT Website for more details or contact us at email@example.com.
- Bonjour de France: online activities to prepare for DELF and DALF.
- TV5MONDE : online activities to practice French through videos, songs and articles, for A1 and A2 levels (and above).
- France Education International bibliography: the France Education International created a list of textbooks and online resources to prepare for DELF/DALF exams.
Note that DELF and DALF examiners and markers are all trained and authorized by the France Education International. They follow strict assessment guidelines and are regularly monitored.
Results will be sent to you by email about 7 weeks after sitting the exam. Diplomas will be issued to candidates with “passed” (“admis”) results by the French Ministry of Education. Usually, it takes at least 3 months and sometimes even more after the results are sent to candidates. We will inform you by email when we receive the diplomas so that you can come and pick them up upon appointment.