DELF A1- Breakthrough/ Beginner

DELF A1- Breakthrough/ Beginner

Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française

For absolute beginners, this level is basically “Tourist French”- enough to be able to read & understand signs, ask for simple directions, get through basic daily life situations in supermarkets, restaurants, and lodging, etc. After A1, you will be able to introduce yourself, or somebody else, talk about your immediate surroundings and people and ask or respond to simple personal & direct questions. You will also be able to understand simple announcements in public places related to time/ day and to write short letters to family and friends. If you devote a sincere 1 hour daily for self- study outside of the classroom revising your concepts, you’ll have a strong base in the language.

No. of hours : 120  (70 hours of live sessions + 50 hours of homework assignments)

Duration of each live session : 1 hour

Weekly no. of sessions : 3- 4 weekly

Class size : 8- 10 students

Fee : INR 14000 (complete amount payable in advance)


What you get in this course?

  • Experienced B2- C1 qualified trainer

  • Simple to complex teaching strategy
  • Adequate number of hours at very affordable per hour cost with no compromise on quality
  • Total course duration not too long to suit your timeline
  • Personalized learning experience for students instead of a traditional institute experience
  • Recording for every single live session held whether you have attended or not (for a second revision)
  • Exam Preparation for all modules included in the course (no extra cost)
  • Application of learned grammar in Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing activities
  • WhatsApp assistance to solve doubts outside of class timings
  • WhatsApp assistance to solve doubts even after the course completion
  • Homework correction even after course completion
  • Doubt- discussion and homework correction with personalized comments
  • More focus on weaker areas
  • One- on- One sessions or uncrowded groups of not more than 10 learners
  • Extra hours of homework assignments and guidance for self-study
  • Soft copies of study material and books provided
  • Course- completion certificate



  • The course fee has to be deposited level-wise in advance after the completion of one demo session. The fee cannot be deposited in installments for one level.
  • The days and timings for the classes shall be negotiable as per the student’s and the trainer’s availability.
  • Classes will be held via Skype. The meeting link will be provided to the student from our end prior to the start of the session via WhatsApp/ email.
  • We only provide study material & books as soft copies. If the student wishes, they may purchase the hard copy at their own expense. We shall provide suggestions for the same. LingoRelic shall not be responsible for any delivery issue with the seller.
  • In case of one- on- one sessions, if the student delays entering the meeting room within the first 10 minutes (without prior information), the session will be canceled and the service will be considered to have been delivered.
  • Fees once deposited are non-refundable and non-transferable for any cause.
  • The number of hours may be redeemed at any time within the period of course validity as per the purchased course. Extra sessions may be purchased at INR 500 per hour.
  • The certificate provided by LingoRelic shall state the student’s completion of the course with us, however, it shall not serve as a DELF certification.


DELF A1 Course Content/ DELF A1 Syllabus with attached YouTube tutorials

(Based on the DELF A1 exam pattern)



  1. French Pronunciations
  2. Reading out loud for pronunciations
  3. French Alphabet
  4. Pronouncing R in French
  5. Liaison, Elision
  6. Greetings, Basic conversation
  7. Simple Classroom instructions for basic conversation
  8. Days of the week
  9. Months of the year
  10. Colors, Adjectives of color
  11. Seasons
  12. Weather
  13. Counting (Cardinal numbers)
  14. Counting (Ordinal numbers)
  15. Telling phone number, Date of birth, time, temperature, currency, email address, etc
  16. Introducing oneself
  17. Subject pronouns
  18. Formal and Informal Communication
  19. Identifying masculine and feminine nouns
  20. Definite and Indefinite articles
  21. Demonstrative adjectives
  22. Possessive adjectives, Talking about your family
  23. Interrogative adjectives
  24. Sentence type: There is/ There are
  25. Sentence type: This is/ These are
  26. Present tense: Regular verbs, Irregular verbs
  27. Basic connectors
  28. Simple sentence formation- Present, past, future
  29. Near future
  30. Reflexive pronouns, Pronominal verbs
  31. Telling likes & dislikes
  32. Simple Negation
  33. Question formation
  34. Countries, Nationalities (Adjectives) and prepositions
  35. Placement of adjectives
  36. Places, Directions, Guiding someone to a destination, Prepositions
  37. Food, Drinks, Partitive articles
  38. Countable and uncountable nouns
  39. Introducing someone else, Describing someone
  40. Describing a place- House, Apartment, City, Country etc
  41. Simple past and Present perfect
  42. Direct & Indirect object pronouns
  43. Disjunctive pronouns
  44. Politeness- To request something


  1. Animals
  2. Body parts
  3. Clothing
  4. Sports and games
  5. Family
  6. Seasons, Weather, Climate, Temperature
  7. Colors
  8. Counting
  9. Date, Days, Months
  10. House
  11. Kitchen
  12. Dining table
  13. School & Classroom
  14. Professions
  15. Places, Directions
  16. Countries, Cities, Nationalities
  17. Food, Drinks
  18. Modes of transport
  19. Landscape
  20. Personal items
  21. Marital status
  22. Hobbies
  23. Time, Phone number, Email address
  24. Prices & Currency



  • Explanation of exam format
  • Introducing oneself
  • Introducing someone else
  • Describing a place, object, person
  • Talking about daily life
  • Expressing likes & Dislikes
  • Expressing Agreement & Disagreement
  • Dialogues on daily- life situations- buying items, tickets, etc
  • Guiding someone to a destination
  • Question formation, Asking for information


  • Practice material
  • Explanation of exam format
  • Audios & questions
  • Working with transcripts to understand vocabulary and accent
  • Sample papers
  • Mock tests


  • Practice material
  • Explanation of exam format
  • Reading out loud
  • Working with vocabulary
  • Unseen passages to answer questions
  • Sample papers
  • Mock tests


  • Sample writing tasks for reference
  • Form filling
  • Explanation of exam format
  • Expressions to be used in writing
  • Informal letter writing, email writing, and postcard writing (40- 50 words)
  • Semi-formal letter writing, email writing, postcard writing (40- 50 words)
  • Working with vocabulary
  • Sample papers
  • Mock tests


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