Exams preparation French courses

DELF, DALF and TCF training courses

We help you to prepare your exam and to choose it, in accordance with your assessment, your progress and the length of your internship.

Please note, that Naturellement Français is not an exam center.



Experiencing examination conditions: familiarize you with the content of the examinations
Intensive training with evaluation following the same format as the test and with the fundamental exercices
Personalized correction and academic advices
Clarification on methodology and strategies
Strengthen your communication skills (development of oral/written understanding and oral/written exppression) in intensive general French courses

DELF and DALF tout public

The French National Ministry of Education and France Education International (former CIEP, International Centre fir Educational Studies) award official the French language qualifications: DELF (Diplôme d'Etudes de Langue Française) and DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Frnaçaise), internationally recognized and valid for an unlimited period.

These degrees proves your level in the receptive (reading, listening) and the productive (writing, speaking) skills provided by the The Common European Framework of References for Languages (CEFRL), for each of the 6 levels (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2).

The six diplomas are completly independent, so that you may directly register for the examination of your choice, according to your level. Notice, that you may take several diplomas during the same session.

The examinations can be taken in approved examination centres throughout the world, including France. (See the detailed list on www.ciep.fr/delf-dalf).

6 common reference levels

Level DELF / DALF User
A1 DELF A1 Basic
A2 DELF A2 Basic
B1 DELF B1 Independant
B2 DELF B2 Independant
C1 DALF C1 Proficient
C2 DALF C2 Proficient

TCF exam

The TCF exam (Test de Connaissance du Français) is a language test developped by the French Ministry of National Education designed for people over 16 whose first language is not French.

This test, recognized internationally, proves the candidate’s language skills in French at a given time.

The TCF result is valid for 2 years.

There are different versions of the TCF depending on the needs and the target audience, for instance, TCF tout public and TCF ANF.

TCF Tout public exam

The TCF tout public is for people who want to assess their level for academic, professional or personal reasons.

The exam consists of:

• 3 compulsory parts: oral comprehension, written comprehension and grammar;

• 2 optional parts: oral and written expression.

TCF ANF (Accès à la Nationalité Française) exam

The TCF ANF exam is for people who want to acquire French nationality.

The exam consists of 4 compulsory tests: oral and written comprehension as well as written and oral expression.

The certificate must attest to a minimum B1 level in the 4 skills.