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DELF- A1 Syllabus

DELF A1 [Introductory Level / Discovery]

General Knowledge
Following the A1 level, the learner must be able to:

- Respond to simple questions about himself, where he lives, people he knows

and the things he has, and ask
- Intervene with simple statements in areas that concern him or her
are familiar with, and respond well.
- Say basic greetings
- Say yes, no, sorry, please forgive
- Make simple purchases (using gestures)
- Ask and tell the date, time and date
- Fill out a simple form (name, address, nationality, marital status)
- Write a simple postcard

Listen to:

Can understand familiar words and very basic phrases concerning of himself,
of his family, and immediate concrete surroundings when people speak
slowly and clearly


Can recognize familiar words, words and very simple sentences, for
example on notices and posters or in catalogs.


Can use simple phrases and sentences to describe his place of residence
and the people he knows.
Take part in a conversation
Can interact in a simple way provided the other person is prepared to repeat
or to rephrase more slowly and help formulate what he is trying to say.
Can ask simple questions on familiar topics or matters that he
immediate need and respond.

Afraid to write a short, simple postcard, for example holiday. Can wear
forms with personal details, for example entering his name, his nationality
and address on a hotel registration form.

The learner has a basic repertoire of words and simple phrases related
in particular concrete situations.
It can link words or groups of words with very basic connectors such
that "and" or "then".


The alphabet
The numbers
The full names
The address
Personal items
The objects of the class
The nationalities
The civil status (married / single)
Countries / cities
Close family
The time
The weather / climate
The date
The day of the week
Descriptions (small, large, old, young, handsome, friendly)
The seasons
The weather / climate

Personal pronouns topics

Tonic pronouns
This - the state, the description
Some common verbs: be, have, do, be called
Some verbs in base (-st): live, work, talk
Understand the verb (I, you)
The conditional of politeness "I want"
The personal pronoun subject
Tonic pronouns
The simple interrogative sentence: the three forms
Interrogative forms: does, what
Some interrogative pronouns: where, when, how
The interrogative adjectives (what)
Presenters (that is, here)
Definite articles, indefinite articles
The article "zero": be + occupation
The cardinal numbers
Demonstrative Adjectives
The agreement masculine / feminine, singular / plural
The agreement of adjectives (nationality)
Some adjectives (big, small, ...)
Instead of adjectives
The affirmative and negative sentences
The negative sentence: do not ...
The addition of the name with "de" - membership
Possessive adjectives
The partitive articles (the, of, ...)
Some adverbs of quantity (a little, a lot)
The quantity known (from, to, of)
The amount of time (a few, many, no)
Impersonelle simple form: "it" for the weather
Temporal location: some adverbs (now, this morning, tomorrow ...)
The expression of the moment: prepositions + date, month, season, year
Spatial location: - come from / go to town or country +
- To live, in, in + city or country
- There
Some of the speech articulators: and, or, when

Contact qn
- Greet sb
- Take leave
- Ask / give news to sb
Qn present: gift giving identity or the identity of qn
- To give his name
- Tell her age
- Tell her nationality
- Tell her profession
- Spell
Talking about his daily environment
- Give his address / its e-mail
- Give her phone number
- About his family
- Talk about their leisure
Sb or sth characterize, describe an object / person
- Designate sth or sb
- Say the price of an object
- Express the membership
- Express the quantity
- Say the weather
Ask sth to sb: Request Information
- Personal questions
- Ask the date
- Ask the time
- Request a service
Be in time: place events in time
- Ie the date
- Telling time
Be located in space: locate a place
- Locate a city / country
Ask sb to do sth: give intructions / indications
Accept sth: say yes
Refuse sth: a negative answer
Participate in a conversation: say you do not understand

Greetings (in a meeting)

The simple forms of address
You or You
The rituals of friendly letter / postcard / e-mail