DELF C1 from Alliance Francaise
M. Sc., I.T from University of Madras
University First, Diploma in French from University of Madras
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Mastering the French Language prepares students to take the Diplôme d'Etudes en Langue Française (DELF) exam, which is an official qualification that certifies the competency of non-native speakers of French. Candidates are evaluated on their capacity for listening and writing comprehension, and speaking and writing ability. The exam is composed of a written component and an oral interview, and candidates must receive a score of 50 out of 100 to pass the exam. These concepts are taught through a curriculum designed by the Alliance Française Indian Network in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This program is divided into six levels, and at the end of each level students will be able to appear for the corresponding exam given by Alliance Française.
If the student wants to learn more insights on the Basic's of French grammar, vocabulary, Here is another course tailored by Deepa Natarajan: Practical French for Beginners
About Deepa Natarajan: Deepa Natarajan has a passion for learning languages, as well as for arts and music. She holds a masters degree in information technology and a diploma in French from Madras University, where she was ranked first in her class. Ms. Natarajan is also a certified French professional from Alliance Française, a renowned international French language organization, and trains candidates for DELF, the French language proficiency exam. She was recently awared for the best french poem of the year by Alliance Francaise. She has been teaching for over two decades, with the last 11 years spent as a French tutor, and is in high demand by students all over the world. Based on the reviews from her students from different educational portals, she has been awarded the 'Best Tutor Award'. Ms. Natarajan has extensive experience teaching abroad and online, and believes learning keeps life beautiful.
Students must be fluent in English and have a basic knowledge of French.