This examination has been designed to reflect the principle of action used by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, which defines users of a language as social actors who have tasks to perform (that are not only linguistic) in given circumstances, in a given environment and within a specific area of action, which may be personal, public, academic or professional.

These examinations are based on the knowledge, expertise, interpersonal skills and learning skills that are part of the ability to communicate by way of language at linguisticsociolinguistic and pragmatic level. This ability can be used when performing varied language activities in comprehensionexpressioninteraction and mediation.

The examinations were therefore created to include the four skills at every level, with varying degrees of interaction and mediation required depending on the level. A mark of at least 50/100 is required in order to be awarded the diploma.

Vous trouverez des exemples de sujet (livret de l’examen + pistes audio pour la compréhension orale) ci-dessous :

Delf Tout Public (Niveau A1 à B2)

Delf Professionnel (Niveaux A1 à B2)

Dalf (Niveau avancé C1 & C2)

Au Kenya, il est possible de passer les examens du DELF-DALF à l’Alliance Française de Nairobi située dans le CBD (Central Business District) autrement appellé « town ».
Vous trouverez plus d’informations sur leur site internet :

Examen du DELF-DALF à l’Alliance Française de Nairobi

Afin de vous inscrire à l’examen du DELF ou du DALF vous pouvez contacter la personne en charge aux coordonnées suivantes :

Tél : 020 340 054 / 79
Mobile : 0727 600 622
E-mail :
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Le site du CIEP, l’organisme en charge de l’élaboration du DELF-DALF et du TCF (voir prochain article)