NFLS Students from French Class Junior 3 Passed DELF
NFLS Junior 3 students Zhang Xinyi, Zhangyang, Cheng Jiaqi and Lu Ziyun passed DELF B2 that they took in November 2017. Zhang Xinyi got full mark in her speaking test. The four students have showed their solid language competence and excellent comprehensive qualities by passing B2 with such good results under the pressure of High School Entrance Exam which brings about a busy life for all Junior 3 students. It is worth mentioning that most of the students of the class had already passed B1 in their second year.
What is DELF-DALF?
DELF is short for Diplôme d'études en langue française （Diploma of the French Language Test）, of which there are 4 kinds of diplomas, namely A1, A2, B1 and B2.
DALF stands for Diplôme approfondi de langue française (Diploma of Profound French Language Test), including C1 and C2.
A1 to C1 test the learners’ listening, speaking, reading and writing, each part 25 points, 100 in total. To pass the test, one needs to get 50, at least 5 for every single part. C2 is composed of 2 parts, that is speaking and writing, each part 50 points, all together 100, at least 10 for every single part.
With DELF B2, one could apply for public universities in France, and those with C1 may apply for graduate schools. DELF and DALF are valid for one’s life time.