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Passing the Oral Production of the DALF C1
C1

Passing the Oral Production of the DALF C1

Passing the Oral Production test of the DALF C1 is possible!! Here are some tips and a detailed description of the test.

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French-ifying high-tech terms
B2

French-ifying high-tech terms

Is it possible to French-ify all the words associated with a computer? Do you speak "computer"? A level B2 exercise.

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Understanding a study in French: media and social networks
B1

Understanding a study in French: media and social networks

A student with a B2 level in French is able to identify and understand the main ideas of an article.

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Listening comprehension: can we trust Wikipedia?
A2

Listening comprehension: can we trust Wikipedia?

Wikipedia is the foremost website of Web 2.0. But can we trust it? Answer the questions after viewing the report.

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Phil Marso plays with words
C1

Phil Marso plays with words

Phil Marso, French author, shows us how he plays with words.

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Expressing the impressions of your first year at the university
B2

Expressing the impressions of your first year at the university

Is the freshman year as difficult for you as it is for freshmen in France? Share your impressions of the first year of your degree.

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Asking for assistance by phone
A2

Asking for assistance by phone

Talking on the phone in French is stressful, so get some practice here thanks to this simulation.

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Posting a message in a forum, A2
A2

Posting a message in a forum, A2

Do you have a problem or do you need advice? Go to the internet to ask for advice. Train yourself with this exercise!

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Scholarships in France
B1

Scholarships in France

The B1 level is dedicated to the concerns of university students: scholarships, parents, unemployment and working life.

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Talking about study or work choices
A2

Talking about study or work choices

You give evidence in writing of an important period in your life when you were forced to make career choices for your future.

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