DELF B1- Threshold/ Intermediate

DELF B1- Threshold/ Intermediate

Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française

At this level, you can absolutely fend for yourself on your own while traveling in France or in a francophone country for an extended period of time. You’ll be able to read pretty well, with occasional recourse to a bilingual dictionary. You can carry on simple conversations as long as they don’t get very detailed.

You can also maintain a personal journal and write simple comprehensive texts, essays, & articles on general topics and deal with ease with the fundamental daily- life situations such as work, education, leisure, etc. To get to this level, ideally, you should double the self-study time & effort of what you need to do for level A2.

No. of hours : 180 (100 hours of live sessions + 80 hours of homework assignments) 

Duration of each live session : 1- 1.5 hours depending on number of students in the batch

Weekly no. of sessions : 3- 4 weekly

Class size : 8- 10 students

Fee : INR 22000 (complete amount payable in advance)


What you get in this course?

  • Experienced B2- C1 qualified trainer
  • Grammar brush-up of the previous levels included at no extra cost
  • Simple to complex teaching strategy
  • Adequate number of hours at very affordable per hour cost with no compromise on quality
  • Application of learnt grammar in Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing activities
  • Total course duration not too long to suit your timeline
  • Personalized learning experience for students instead of a traditional institute experience
  • French learned in French- Minimum translation from another language
  • 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)
  • WhatsApp assistance to solve doubts outside class timings
  • WhatsApp assistance to solve doubts even after the course completion
  • Homework correction during and 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 950 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 B1 Course Content/ DELF B1 Syllabus

(Based on the DELF B1 exam pattern)

Level B1 requires the learner to have already completed the Level A1 and A2 studies in detail. Working further with loopholes in A1 & A2 is not suggested. In case there are uncovered topics from A1 and A2, extra sessions may be provided before starting B1.


B1 Course content:


  1. Logical Connectors
  2. Agreement of Adjectives in Gender & Number
  3. Agreement of Past Participles
  4. Present Conditional Tense
  5. Past Conditional Tense
  6. If/ Then Clauses
  7. Types of Pronouns
  8. Active & Passive Voice
  9. Reported Speech
  10. Future Perfect
  11. Present Subjunctive
  12. Past Subjunctive
  13. Expressions to Convince someone
  14. Expressing Obligation
  15. Simple & Compound Prepositions
  16. Concordance of time


  1. Environment, Pollution
  2. Feminism, Women’s Rights, Equality
  3. Professional World- Work, Employment, Unemployment
  4. Media, Newspapers, Radio, Internet, TV Shows
  5. Events- Meetings, Festivals, Natural Phenomena, Accidents
  6. Places- Natural Geography, Tourism, Traveling, City, Countryside, Country
  7. Feelings- Happiness, Sadness, Anger, Disappointment, Worry, Fear, Excitement, Curiosity, Surprise, Regret, Indifference
  8. Handicap- Prejudices against handicapped people, Rights  of handicapped people
  9. Education- School, College, University, Teaching, Learning, School System, Homeschooling
  10. Technology- Internet, Machines, Gadgets, Robots
  11. Health- Consumption, Food, Habits, Exercise, Diseases, Medicine, Surgery
  12. Arts- Cinema, Literature (short stories, novels), Theatre, Painting, Shows, Concerts



  1. Introducing oneself
  2. Talking about likes & dislikes
  3. Describing a person, place, object, project, or experience in past, present, or future
  4. Expressing opinions
  5. Discussing advantages and disadvantages
  6. Discussing cause, consequence, and solution
  7. Justifying and defending one’s opinions
  8. Lodging a complaint
  9. Discussing finding a solution to a problem
  10. Giving examples- real or imaginary
  11. Expressing uncertainty, doubt, regret, desire, possibility, etc


  1. Practice material
  2. Explanation of exam format
  3. Audios & questions
  4. Working with transcripts to understand vocabulary and accent
  5. Sample papers
  6. Mock tests


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


  • Explanation of exam format
  • Sample writing tasks for reference
  • Writing an Article, Personal journal, or Reply to a letter/ email- 160- 180 words
  • Expressing opinions
  • Defending one’s arguments
  • Giving solutions
  • Giving examples
  • Expressions to be used in writing
  • Working with vocabulary
  • Sample papers
  • Mock tests

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