Students of Lycée Condorcet Year 9 (3ème) took the DELF (Diploma of Studies in French Language) Junior (12 to 17 years old) in partnership with the Alliance Française of Sydney at the beginning of November. They achieved 100 percent success. The general level reached is B2. The DELF is an interesting exam in addition to the DNB because the tests are focused on the general French language (FLE), which allows to validate a double mastery (academic and general). The DELF is a diploma from EN (French education gouvernment) which is valid for life. Level B2 allows you to enter a French university without a language test if you do not have a French secondary school diploma. A great success for their students and a source of motivation to continue to celebrate the learning of French in high school!
Friday, November 24, the director of the Alliance Française of Sydney Mr Ostermann and the assistant director Ms Pecqueux awarded two students: Laeticia for Best B1 and Gabrielle for Best B2. Congratulations!
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