COMPREHENSION ECRITE DELF A2 PDF

DELF A2 – adults. Candidate’s document: Sample papers Listening, Reading, Writing. Marker’s document: Answer key for Listening, Reading, Writing. DELF A2 Exam Free preparation resources. Including free preparation guides for DELF A2 Comprehension Orale, Comprehension Ecrite, Production Orale. This exercise was designed for Level A2 of the CEFR SCALE for languages. It covers DELF A2 Comprehension des Ecrits: online exercise 1. Time limit: 0.

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Here’s what you can expect during the test as well as tips on what to do to prepare.

You’ll be given three or four short texts dealing with various situations from everyday life, along with a questionnaire. Read the articles carefully before looking over the questions. Make sure you understand them and then read the articles again. If there are any words you don’t know, use the rest of the article as context to figure what they probably mean.

Niveau A2 comprehension Ecrite: Online exercise 1 – French Exam

The best way to prepare for the reading portion is, unsurprisingly, to read regularly. Try French readers or children’s books, or visit French websites that use language you can dwlf understand, such as sites for children e.

Regular reading will help you learn new grammar and vocabulary, which will help you with the other language skills as well. Also try some online exercises from one of Kwiziq’s Education Partners: Be sure you understand your task, and don’t forget to proofread what you write.

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Pay particular attention to spelling and accents. Try writing a paragraph or two about a personal experience party, vacation, etc.

Niveau A2 comprehension Ecrite: Online exercise 1

Post it on an online forum such as Lang-8 and request fcrite from native French speakers. You’ll listen, twice, to three or four short recordings minutes each dealing with everyday situations, then answer questions in order to demonstrate how well you understand.

On the first listen, try to get an overall sense of the topic. On the second, pay particular attention to the details. Don’t let unfamiliar words or structures distract you from listening to the recording. It’s more important to answer the questions accurately than it is to write in perfect French: You can and should practice for at least a few minutes every day: Even if you don’t understand every word, listening will help your brain get used to these unfamiliar sounds.

Also try some online exercises from Kwiziq’s Education Partners: A2 listening comprehension Beginning to intermediate dictations.

For the first two parts, listen carefully to what the examiner says and answer only that. You’ll have 10 minutes to prepare for the third part: Seek out native speakers.

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Talking to a variety of people will help you get more comfortable with different ecrits styles, speeds, and accents – which helps your listening comprehension as well. French Spanish More Join for free. Reading test tips Read the articles carefully before looking over the questions. Reading practice The best way to prepare for the reading portion is, unsurprisingly, to read regularly.

Describe an event or personal experience Write a letter with a specific purpose invitation, apology, thank you, etc Writing test tips Be sure you understand your task, and don’t forget to proofread what you write. Writing practice Try writing a paragraph or two about a personal experience party, vacation, etc. Listening test tips On the first listen, try to get an overall sense of the topic. Listening practice You can and should practice for at least a few minutes every day: Directed interview Information ecrife Simulated dialogue Speaking test tips For the first two parts, listen carefully to what the examiner says and answer only that.

Speaking practice Seek out native speakers.