How To Prepare The Spanish DELE A2 Exam
What Spanish Evening Classes would be good to reach the A2 level?
If you want to get ready for an exam but you are very busy at work, the first step is taking Spanish evening classes.
Before starting a specific exam’s preparation, the best thing to do is covering all the contents and reach the level required.
Once you feel confident about that, you can focus on the exam’s practice through past papers and simulations.
What if you want to take the DELE A2 exam?
DELE is the international certification of Spanish as a foreign language.
The A2 level is also called “waystage”: candidates are supposed to be able to understand and use everyday words and expressions directly related to areas of their experience.
Therefore they are expected to interact in Spanish to satisfy everyday needs.
For example, they should be able to talk about yourself, family, places of interest, jobs etc.
All these contents, according to the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for languages) are usually covered in A1 and A2 courses.
What does the exam consist of?
The DELE A2 exam is structured in four sections: reading, listening, writing and speaking.
The reading section includes 4 tasks to be completed in 60 minutes.
The listening section includes 40 tasks and lasts 40 minutes.
The writing section is made of 2 tasks in 45 minutes.
The speaking section lasts only 12 minutes plus 12 minutes preparation and candidates have to go through 3 tasks.
Once you have reached the A2 level, the exam won’t be too difficult.
However, a thorough knowledge of the paper will be crucial in order to pass with great marks!
This is why we suggest a specific preparation to be done just before the exam.
So are you ready for this challenge?