Delf A2 is a Elementary level . At this level, a person can understand and express simple, everyday information (ordering food, talking about weather) and can express common feelings (hungry, tired, angry, happy). Four areas of language use are addressed: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
This section consists of comprehension questions, dealing with three or four short recordings on everyday life that are played twice for the exam candidates. The maximum duration of a recording is 5 minutes. The whole section lasts for about 25 minutes.
This section of the exam consists of comprehension questions, dealing with three or four short written texts, relating to everyday life. This section lasts for about 30 minutes.
There are two short pieces of writing that a candidate needs to write: letter to a friend or a message. You need to describe an event or personal experience and write something such as an invitation, thank-you, say sorry, ask for something, give information, congratulate a person in writing, etc. This part of the DELF A2 exam lasts for about 45 minutes.
There are three parts to this section of the exam:
- guided conversation
- exchanging information
DELF examiners will guide the speaking section and more than one exam candidate will be present. Each person has 10 minutes to get ready and then the actual tasks take about 6-8 minutes in total.