French – Intermediate

The intermediate student is able to communicate in simple, common situations. The student is able to describe in simple terms his/her education, surroundings and immediate needs. The student is able to understand communication related to everyday life (e.g. basic personal and family information, shopping, place where he/she lives, job).

DELF A2

  • general French exam at level A2
  • number of instruction hours 160-200
  • the exam includes listening, reading, writing and oral testing
  • all four parts of the exam are scored, with a maximum of 25 points to be obtained from each
  • the candidate must receive at least 50 points out of 100 in order to pass the exam

DELF Junior A2

  • general French exam at level A2 for youth
  • general French exam for students in the senior years of primary and secondary schools from the age of 12 up to the school-leaving examination
  • number of instruction hours 160-200
  • the exam includes listening, reading, writing and oral testing
  • all four parts of the exam are scored, with a maximum of 25 points to be obtained from each
  • the candidate must receive at least 50 points out of 100 in order to pass the exam

ECL A2

  • general French exam at level A2
  • minimum number of completed instruction hours: approximately 300 hours
  • the exam includes:
    • reading (35 minutes)
    • writing (45 minutes)
    • listening (25 minutes)
    • oral testing (based on level 13-21 minutes, conducted with two candidates)

TCF

  • general French exam, in which the level of proficiency is determined by a point score
  • 200-299 points are required to pass A2
  • the exam includes three compulsory and two optional parts
  • the compulsory part lasts a total of 1 hour 25 minutes:
    • listening (25 minutes)
    • use of language (15 minutes)
    • reading (45 minutes)
    • optional part
    • speaking (12 minutes)
    • writing (60 minutes)

TCF RI

  • the exam tests the ability to communicate in the field of international relations and diplomacy
  • this exam makes it possible to obtain certification from level A1 to C2
  • 200-299 points are required to pass A2
  • the exam includes three compulsory and two optional parts
  • the compulsory part lasts a total of 1 hour 30 minutes:
    • listening
    • use of the language
    • reading
    • optional part
    • speaking (15 minutes)
    • writing (1 hour 45 minutes)

STANAG 6001 1

Standardization Agreement 6001 level 1

  • basic level exam designed to test language skills of employees of NATO and the Czech Army
  • the exam includes:
    • listening (25 minutes)
    • reading (30 minutes)
    • writing (20 minutes)
    • oral testing (10 minutes, conducted with one candidate)

TEF

  • general French exam, in which the level of proficiency is determined by a point score
  • the candidate must achieve 204-360 points for level A2
  • the exam includes one compulsory and two optional parts
  • the written part takes 130 minutes in total:
    • listening (40 minutes)
    • use of language (30 minutes)
    • reading (60 minutes)
    • optional part
    • speaking (35 minutes)
    • writing (60 minutes)

DFP A2

  • this exam tests the ability to communicate in a work environment at level A2
  • minimum number of completed instruction hours: approximately 150-200 hours
  • the exam includes:
    • reading and writing (75 minutes)
    • listening (30 minutes)
    • oral testing (20 minutes)

telc Français A2

  • general French exam at level A2
  • minimum number of completed instruction hours: approximately 250 hours
  • the exam includes:
    • language structure (15 minutes)
    • listening (20 minutes)
    • reading (30 minutes)
    • writing (15 minutes)
    • oral testing (10 minutes, usually conducted with two candidates)

telc Français A2 Ecole

  • general French exam for children and youth from age 12 to 16 at level A2
  • minimum number of completed instruction hours: approximately 250 hours
  • the exam includes:
    • language structure (15 minutes)
    • listening (20 minutes)
    • reading (30 minutes)
    • writing (15 minutes)
    • oral testing (10 minutes, usually conducted with two candidates)

TFI

  • this exam tests knowledge of French for work practice, in which progress is determined by a point score
  • the candidate must obtain at least 85 points from the listening part and 105 points from the reading for level A2
  • the exam is only written – it consists of 180 questions and tests the comprehension of the read and heard text

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