DELE

The Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera (Spanish for “Diplomas of Spanish as a Foreign Language”) are official diplomas  issued by the Spanish Instituto Cervantes and the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science to participants who pass a standardized test, indicating their level of proficiency in Spanish.

The DELE exists in six levels, each corresponding to a certain level described by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages:

  1. Diploma de Español (Nivel A1): This qualification attests to sufficient linguistic ability for a very basic range of the most commonly simple expressions used in the Spanish-speaking world and in order to satisfy immediate needs of a concrete type.
  2. Diploma de Español (Nivel A2): This qualification attests to sufficient linguistic ability for understanding a basic range of the commonly simple and immediate relevance of expressions used in the Spanish-speaking world (basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment).
  3. Diploma de Español (Nivel B1): This qualification attests to sufficient linguistic ability for understanding and responding appropriately in most normal day-to-day situations and for expressing desires and needs in a basic way.
  4. Diploma de Español (Nivel B2):This qualification validates sufficient linguistic ability to get by in average day-to-day situations in normal communication circumstances, which do not require specialized use of the language.
  5. Diploma de Español (Nivel C1): At this level, users are expected to be able to use the structures of a language with ease and fluency. Users are able to adapt their language use to a variety of social situations, and express opinions and take part in discussions
  6. Diploma de Español (Nivel C2): This qualification accredits the necessary linguistic competence to integrate in situations requiring an advanced use of the language and knowledge of the cultural customs embedded within it.
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