DELE (1-Year Access)

Online preparation for the DELE ®. This course offers full-year access to learning material to boost your DELE score. Real exam conditions, detailed feedback, and study sheets will help you prepare and succeed!

DELE (1-Year Access)

Course Description

The DELE (Diploma de Espanol como Lengua Extranjera) is an official diploma in the Spanish language largely recognised around the world. It certifies a certain level of skills acquired in the Spanish language and is composed of six levels of difficulty, 1 to 6. The test evaluates a candidate on the basis of his reading, writing, speaking and listening capabilities. Every year, in collaboration with the University of Salamanque, the prestigious Institute of Cervantes organises the exam sessions of DELE. The certificates are delivered by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.   GlobalExam's Secret to Success for the DELE Content 20 DELE Training Modules, 10 of which are mock tests conducted under real exam conditions for each of the 6 levels (A1 to C1) 33 hours of practice 2,700 questions Featu... Read More »

The DELE (Diploma de Espanol como Lengua Extranjera) is an official diploma in the Spanish language largely recognised around the world. It certifies a certain level of skills acquired in the Spanish language and is composed of six levels of difficulty, 1 to 6. The test evaluates a candidate on the basis of his reading, writing, speaking and listening capabilities. Every year, in collaboration with the University of Salamanque, the prestigious Institute of Cervantes organises the exam sessions of DELE. The certificates are delivered by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.

 

GlobalExam’s Secret to Success for the DELE

Content

  • 20 DELE Training Modules, 10 of which are mock tests conducted under real exam conditions for each of the 6 levels (A1 to C1)
  • 33 hours of practice
  • 2,700 questions

Features

  • 2 Training Modes
  • Real Exam Questions
  • Statistics of your performance
  • Detailed corrections with links to our study sheets

Advantages

  • Study Sheets on each type of exercise
  • Advice and strategies for success on the test
  • Study schedule
  • Follow-up and motivational emails

Guarantees

  • 88% success rate after 30 days of training
  • Steady improvement in score and performance
  • Exercises designed by experts
  • Partnered with 300 higher educational schools

 

GlobalExam’s content DELE

Training Mode

  • 17 hours of revision with dozens of questions for each type of exercise on the DELE for levels A1 to C1.
  • 2,700 questions well organized and structured by difficulty level.

Exam Mode

  • 10 practice tests (2 practice tests per level from A1 to C1).
  • Real exam conditions: 3 hours of testing, including timed exercises.
  • Automatic corrections of the reading and listening sections.

Study Sheets

  • Essential study sheets to help you understand the structure of the exercises (directions/examples).
  • General information about the test and its challenges (price, period of validity, scoring).

Scheduling

  • Option to choose a daily work rhythm (30 minutes, 1 hour, 1.5 hours).
  • Option to apply this schedule to a period of 10, 30, or 90 days.
  • Option to follow each day suggested schedule of GlobalExam’s professors.

Progress

  • Detailed statistics: the rate of correct responses, number of training sessions completed, and time management.
  • Track performance by mode (training and exam mode).
  • Track performance over time.
  • Track performance by similar skills (grammar, vocabulary).

Corrections

  • All the questions are corrected.
  • Detailed explanations quoting lines from the text for the reading and listening section.
  • Each and every correction explains the concept used and links you to study sheets and associated exercises (grammar and vocabulary).
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Course Outcomes:
  • Your objective on this course is to improve your final score at the DELE test.
  • Train on original exams that will help you better understand the exam format.
  • Get feedback on each one of your answers in the "Training" mode.
  • Put yourself in real exam conditions in the "Exam" mode.
  • Target and work on the skills you need to improve in the "Study Sheets".
Course Details:

Target Audience

This preparation package was built for professionals looking to certify their language level, university students who want to study overseas, any individual who wants to improve their language skills based on universally-recognized testing methods.

Access Timeframe

You will gain access to 100% of the preparation for the DELE test, for a period of 1 year. Your access period begins on the first day you log into the course.

Prerequisites

Basic understanding of English, as the interface is in English.

Course Outline

Exercise 1
  • You will listen to 5 short conversations. You will then need to respond to several multiple choice questions associated to each conversation.
Exercise 2
  • You will hear several short sentences lasting about 2 minutes. You will then need to match each sentence with the image it describes.
Exercise 3
  • During this exercise, you will need to match the audio with the information given in the image.
Exercise 4
  • This exercise consists of several fill-in-the-blank sentences. Each blank will be mentioned in the audio.
Exercise 1
  • You will need to read a short text and respond to 5 multiple choice questions about it.
Exercise 2
  • You will read 10 very short statements that you will need to match to 6 actions. Four of the statements will be there to trick you and not to be matched.
Exercise 3
  • You will read 10 announcements (about renting an apartment, a hotel, etc.) that you will need to match to the right person. Each person is looking for something in particular (a house with a swimming pool, for example).
Exercise 4
  • You will need to complete several fill-in-the-blank sentences. An image will be available to you and will give you the necessary information to complete the sentences.
Exercise 1
  • You will record yourself by using your microphone. You will need to hold a conversation about information mentioned in one of the two previous exercises.
Exercise 2
  • You will record yourself by using your microphone. You will be given an image that you will need to describe.
Exercise 3
  • You will need to recite a short monologue and record yourself by using your microphone.
Exercise 4
  • You will need to recite a monologue about your personal environment and record yourself by using your microphone.
Exercise 1
  • You will need to fill out a form with brief responses concerning basic personal information.
Exercise 2
  • You will need to write a short text that can be a letter, an email, an advertisement, a note, etc.
Exercise 1
  • You will listen to 7 audio extracts from the Spanish radio lasting up to a minute each. You will then respond to a multiple choice question for each extract.
Exercise 2
  • You will listen to an audio extract of 220 to 250 words lasting a little longer than 2 minutes. You will then respond to 6 multiple choice questions about the audio.
Exercise 3
  • You will hear an audio extract lasting a little less than 3 minutes. You will then respond to 6 questions about it.
Exercise 4
  • You will hear an audio recording of 1 minute 30, then respond to 6 questions about it.
Exercise 5
  • You will listen to an audio recording of 2 minutes. You will then have to match written statements with images depending on the content of the conversation.
Exercise 1
  • You will have a maximum of 12 minutes to match several short texts with 7 statements. The texts could be user's guides, security instructions, signs, labels, etc.
Exercise 2
  • You will have a maximum of 12 minutes to respond to 5 multiple choice questions, each with 3 possible responses, and relating to a text between 220 and 250 words.
Exercise 3
  • You will have a maximum of 12 minutes to read 6 small texts about different topics and to respond to one multiple choice question for each.
Exercise 4
  • You will have a maximum of 12 minutes to match 9 short texts with 6 brief statements.
Exercise 5
  • You will have a maximum of 12 minutes to respond to 6 multiple choice questions about a text of 350-400 words.
Exercise 1
  • You will need to respond to questions about an image given to you (to evaluate your capacity to describe something).
Exercise 2
  • You will have a maximum of 20 minutes to write a small text (70-80 words) in the form of a correspondence (email, letter) in response to a subject provided to you.
Exercise 3
  • You will have a maximum of 20 minutes to write a small text (70-80 words) describing a past event.
Exercise 4
  • You will need to record a short monologue of about 4 minutes speaking about an everyday topic provided to you.
Exercise 1
  • You will have a maximum of 10 minutes to write an email of 30-40 words about a topic given to you.
Exercise 2
  • You will have a maximum of 20 minutes to write a small text (70-80 words) in the form of a correspondence (email, letter) in response to a subject provided to you.
Exercise 3
  • You will have a maximum of 20 minutes to write a small text (70-80 words) describing a past event.
Exercise 1
  • You will hear 6 audio recordings. You will need to respond to one multiple choice question for each audio.
Exercise 2
  • During this exercise, you will listen to a relatively long audio of a person talking about his personal experiences. You will then have to respond to several multiple choice questions.
Exercise 3
  • This exercise consists of listening to a radio or TV recording about 6 news stories (or informative texts), then responding to several multiple choice questions.
Exercise 4
  • You will hear 6 brief audio recordings (informal conversations or monologues). You will then respond to several multiple choice questions.
Exercise 5
  • You will listen to an informal conversation that will help you respond to several multiple choice questions.
Exercise 1
  • You will be given several statements that you will need to match with facts about certain people.
Exercise 2
  • This exercise is made up of a long text (400-450 words) that will help you respond to the multiple choice questions that follow it.
Exercise 3
  • You will read 3 short texts (100-120 words) and respond to several multiple choice questions or match the texts with several statements.
Exercise 4
  • You will need to complete a fill-in-the-blank text by using pieces of text given to you. In general, there are more text fragments given than blanks in the text.
Exercise 5
  • You will need to complete a fill-in-the-blank text by choosing out of the 3 choices for each blank.
Exercise 1
  • You will need to describe one of two images provided to you and respond to the examiner's questions about this image.
Exercise 2
  • This exercise consists of a role play with the examiner about a topic from the image chosen in Task 3 (everyday situation, for ex. in a clothing store).
Exercise 3
  • You will use your microphone to record yourself. You will need to recite a brief, prepared monologue on a theme given to you beforehand.
Exercise 4
  • You will use your microphone to record yourself. The recording will be an exchange with the examiner (an interview) based on the monologue from Task 1.
Exercise 1
  • You will need to write a short text (100-120 words) such as a letter, a message on an online forum, an email, or a small article or blog post.
Exercise 2
  • You will need to write a composition of 130-150 words (ex. narration, biography, journal entry, possibly a personal opinion).
Exercise 1
  • You will hear 6 audio recordings. You will need to respond to one multiple choice question for each audio.
Exercise 2
  • You will listen to a relatively long conversation, then match several statements with the corresponding person.
Exercise 3
  • In this exercise, you will listen to a radio or TV interview, then respond to several multiple choice questions.
Exercise 4
  • This exercise consists of listening to brief audio recordings then responding to several multiple choice questions.
Exercise 5
  • You will listen to a relatively long audio (lecture, speech, etc.) that will help you respond to several multiple choice questions.
Exercise 1
  • You will need to read a long text (400-450 words) then respond to 6 multiple choice questions.
Exercise 2
  • You will need to match 4 relatively short texts with 10 statements or questions.
Exercise 3
  • You will have a few fill-in-the-blank texts to complete.
Exercise 4
  • You will need to complete a fill-in-the-blank text by using the choices given to you for each blank.
Exercise 1
  • Two photos will be given to you. You will need to choose one then talk about it for 3 minutes.
Exercise 2
  • You will be given a choice between two images or texts that you will need to talk about for 3-4 minutes.
Exercise 3
  • You will be given a problematic situation and suggested solutions to the problem. You will have 6-7 minutes to discuss the suggested solutions as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Exercise 1
  • You will listen to an audio that will help you write a letter or email of 150 to 180 words.
Exercise 2
  • You will need to write a formal composition of 150-180 words, expressing yourself in a clear, structured, and coherent manner, using the directions given to you.
Exercise 1
  • You will listen to a long recording (700-750 words) then complete several fill-in-the-blank sentences with one of the options given to you.
Exercise 2
  • You will hear 4 conversations (220-300 words) then respond to several multiple choice questions.
Exercise 3
  • You will hear a long interview or debate (750-900 words) that will help you respond to several multiple choice questions.
Exercise 4
  • You will hear 10 brief dialogues then respond to several multiple choice questions.
Exercise 1
  • You will need to read a long text (650-700 words) on a professional or political topic, then respond to 6 multiple choice questions.
Exercise 2
  • You will need to complete a fill-in-the-blank text using phrases given to you.
Exercise 3
  • You will need to read a text (550-650 words) about an academic or professional topic, then respond to 6 multiple choice questions.
Exercise 4
  • You will need to match 6 short texts (100-150 words) with 8 brief statements.
Exercise 5
  • You will need to read a complex fill-in-the-blank text of about 375-425 words. There are 14 blanks to be filled by choosing among the phrases given to you.
Exercise 1
  • You will be given a text of about 800 words that you will need to read to prepare a monologue of 3-5 minutes summarizing the text and pointing out the main ideas.
Exercise 2
  • You will need to give your opinion on the subject from Task 1 and show that you know how to defend your opinion.
Exercise 1
  • You will listen to an audio that will help you write a text of 220-250 words.
Exercise 2
  • You will need to write a formal composition of 150-180 words, expressing yourself in a clear, structured, and coherent manner, using the directions given to you.

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