Why learn French Language?
Knowing a foreign language like French is definitely an added asset to your CV.
French is the official language in 29 different countries in the world including France.
It is the only language after English to be spoken on all 5 continents.
The Québec region of Canada is a major hub for migration for Indians. It welcomes students wanting to pursue further studies/ IT/ working professionals. This province is the only North American region that has French as its sole official language.
The French language gains its roots from the Latin language (The father of all European languages). To learn French is to achieve an impetus to learn the other European languages.
French is regarded as the most beautiful spoken language in the world.
Flag: The flag of France is a tricolour flag featuring three vertical bands of colour Blue, White, and Red.
Population: 65,495,677 (2022)
Climate: Cool winters and mild summers
DELF A1 Syllabus
This DELF A1 Syllabus contains an overview of what a student is expected to know at the A1 level. After completing the DELF A1 level course, you should be able to accomplish the following:
- Greet people
- Talk about yourself
- Talk about where you live
- Talk about your family members
- Talk about your likes and dislikes
- Engage in a simple buy-and-sell situation
- Ask about the day, the time and the date
- Accept and refuse
- Read simple notices, posters and catalogues
- Fill in a simple form
- Write a simple postcard
DELF A1 Vocabulary Topics
Based on the DELF A1 Syllabus, here’s a list of DELF A1 Vocabulary Topics that you are expected to know.
- Family name & Given Name
- Residence Personal items
- Classroom objects
- Marital status (married / single)
- Countries & Cities
- Weather / Climate
- Days of the week
- Descriptions (small, big, old, young, etc)
- Les nombres
- Les noms et prénoms
- Les objets personnels
- Les objets de la classe
- Les nationalités
- Les professions
- L’état civile (marié / célibataire)
- Les pays & les villes
- Les loisirs
- La famille proche
- Les prix
- La météo / le climat
- La date
- Les jours de la semaine
- Les descriptions (petit, grand, vieux, jeune, etc)
- Les couleurs
- Les saisons
- Les lieux