The candidate has to:
• Answer 9 multiple choice questions on 3 different texts. There are 4 tasks with 9 multiple choice questions about texts.
• Link a series of fragmented sentences.
The candidate will complete 4 tasks based on four recordings, 25 questions with multiple choice. The 4 tasks given are based on general ideas and simple sentences.
The candidate has to do two writing tasks, one consisting of 30 words.
• Oral introduction of the candidate
• Development of a theme
• Conversation with the examiner
• Conversation based on graphic materials
The examinee has to:
• Understand texts with simple sentences like rules, instructions or restaurant menus and obtain the key information.
• Correctly answer a multiple choice questionnaire based on short texts.
• Recognise nouns, words or sentences and understand the meaning of easy instructions.
The candidate will have 5 tasks and try to get general ideas from statements, radio posts or phone conversations.
The candidate has to :
• Complete a form with personal information
• Write a letter about his/her family and personal aspects
• Write a descriptive text based on the information given
The candidate must do a :
• Monologue (3-4 min.): the candidate must be able to talk about basic information.
• Description of a photograph given
• Simulation – dialogue with the examiner about the photograph
• Simulation about a characteristic of day-to-day life
The candidate will :
• Answer questions based on different texts. The questions are multiple choice.
• Answer questions by obtaining information from a text.
The candidate has to do 4 exercises based on simple dialogue and/or recorded information.
The candidate must write two texts: the first could be a letter or a forum message, an email, or a blog entry. The second one could be a journal entry, a biography and it could include descriptions or narrations, presentation of information and personal opinions.
The candidate must be able to have a conversation with the examiner. Graphic materials can be used to help the candidate start the conversation.
The candidate has to answer 12 multiple choice questions on 4 texts.
The candidate will answer 12 multiple choice questions based on 4 recorded texts such as advertisings, news, conversations or interviews.
The candidate must write two texts. The first will be a letter. The second will be an opinion article for a newspaper, a blog or a magazine.
The candidate has to create a monologue about several possible ways to solve a situation. The DELE candidate could choose between different options to prepare for the argument.
The candidate should:
• Understand the general idea and specific information in a public and professional situation, then correctly answer a multiple choice questionnaire
• Reconstruct the structure and identify the relations between ideas in order to complete paragraphs.
• Identify the content and intention or point of view in news articles and reports about professional and academic topics, then correctly answer a multiple choice questionnaire
• Identify relevant information in short texts , which report facts about academic issues and link the given texts with short sentences
• Identify the structure and the adequate vocabulary in a text with complex linguistic expressions
The candidate has to:
• Be able to understand the main information and extract specific data from a text. They must identify the person who is talking, and determine his/her attitude/feelings/intentions
• Complete a text with complex sentences and/or words and answer a multiple choice questionnaire
• Listen to a recording and then summarise it by writing an article (220-250 words). The candidate has to highlight the main ideas of the recording.
• Write a text of 220-250 words, trasmitting their thoughts clearly.
The candidate will create a monologue based on a short text, discuss and debate about the opinion that they have expressed before, and have a conversation based on graphic materials with the jury.
Reading and use of language
The candidate will:
• Answer a multiple choice questionnaire consisting of 9 questions on 3 different texts (maximum 800 words)
• Link 10 sections of sentences
• Answer 16 multiple choice questions on 4 recorded texts. The records will be discussions between several people, or news transmitted through media channels.
Listening and writing
The candidate will write:
• a letter talking about a subject that is not private (text between 150 and 200 words).
• a composition (text between 150 and 200 words).
Reading and Speaking
The candidate has to create a brief structured monologue and talk about several possible ways to solve a problem. They will have the choice between different options proposed to help they to prepare the argument.