Placement test

Bonjour !

Welcome to the on-line assessment test of the Alliance française network in Southern Africa.

This test is a first stage towards assessing your current level of proficiency in French. For accurate results you will have to come to our premises in order to complete the test.

This on-line part will take you from a beginners level (A1.1) to an excellent level of proficiency (B2.2), following the European Common Framework for Languages.

Recommendations:

  • Find a quiet place and time.
  • Do as much as you can do.
  • Do not use any dictionary, online translator or any other assistance, as your aim is to have your current level assessed.
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This Post Has 18 Comments

  1. Lynn

    What does level A2 mean?

    1. admin

      Dear Lynn,

      Level A2 means the candidate can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring the most common polite phrases and exchanges of information. They can have basic conversations, but are not yet fully independent or spontaneous in the conversations. If you are interested in classes, and wish to find out more about your level, or more accurately gauge your level, please contact our Course Coordinator on courses@pta.alliance.org.za

      Kind regards,
      Hugo

  2. Rae Labuschagne

    It is many years since I studied French and we are visiting France again. I would like to be able to speak confidently.

    1. admin

      Dear Rae,
      Please come and visit us on 99 Rivier Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria when you can and we will see how we can help you. We have a number of classes (including conversation classes) that might interest you.

  3. irina

    bonjour.Que signifie le niveau B1?

    1. admin

      Les niveaux de langue B1 correspondent au niveau des hôtesses de l’air, des guides touristiques, des réceptionnistes d’hôtel dans de nombreux pays. Le niveau B1 est le 3ème niveau l’échelle européenne (CECRL). A ce niveau, on est appelé “utilisateur indépendant de la langue”.

      Voir les niveaux: https://pta.alliance.org.za/delf-dalf/

  4. Lerato

    Good Day
    My name is Lerato and I would like to start classes .Kindly give me the process in which i can follow plus what criteria should I meet for acceptance purposes

    Your response will be highly appreciated.

    1. admin

      Dear Lerato.

      I will ask Christophe, our Course Coordinator, to send you all the information regarding the classes we offer.

  5. Robyn Vernall

    Good day,

    My name is Robyn. Similar to Lerato’s query, I would like to learn French. I have no experience as yet, and therefore was hoping to start off with some classes. Please advise me on the process for me to follow.

    Thank you in advance for your time.

    1. admin

      Dear Robyn,

      Christophe will be in contact with you very soon! 🙂

  6. Justice

    Good Day,

    I’d like to learn French and be able to speak it like you, may you send me the relevant information?

    1. admin

      Good day,

      I will contact you via email with some questions, so that we can better assist you.

  7. Francesca

    Bonjour!
    Je voudrais connaitre s’il vous plait:
    – Si vous dispensez Des cours de préparations aux examens (DELF / DALF), mais également la date de la prochaine rentrée car Je voudrais m’inscrire en DALF C2.
    Merci bien et Bonne journée!
    Cordialement

  8. Terese

    Hi, does close to B2 mean B2or B1?

    1. admin

      Good day,
      It means that you can perhaps start with B2 level classes or you may need to revise some of the B1 level (B1.2). You can contact Christophe on courses@pta.alliance.org.za so that he can assist you with finding your current level, and also checking to see where you may have issues.

  9. Lintle Moswatsi

    Bonjour
    I wpuld like to take a B2 exam this November? Is it still possible to do so? And how much is it?
    Merci d’avance

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