DELF Junior

DELF (Diplôme Élémentaire de Langue Française) is an official, internationally recognized diploma awarded by the French Ministry of Education to certify a non-native candidate’s competence in general French.

This course prepares for the Junior version of the DELF which addresses an audience of junior high school and high school students.

Students who wish to enroll must be aware that the DELF Junior is offered for basic and independent users only.
The preparation course is a 40 hour’s course whose main objective is to help students prepare for the exam at their chosen level and maximize their chance of success.
In the DELF Junior the activities are designed to focus on the four parts of the exam:
• Reading comprehension
• Listening comprehension
• Oral expression
• Written expression

Le Frehindi & DELF Junior training

We are pioneers to bring DELF Junior training to schools in India with the help of world class trainers. Many schools have already planned with Le Frehindi to train their students on DELF Junior.

DELF Junior & CCE system of CBSE

With an integrated global economy & the revolution of internet people are coming together like never before. Your student is sure to be a global citizen tomorrow. A bi-lingual with a proper accent is certain to have an advantage over other global citizens.
As per the new CCE system of CBSE, Le Frehindi presents DELF Junior in two sections i.e academics and co-scholastic section, under which a student would be exposed to life skills, including thinking, social and emotional skills, attitudes and values pertaining to language learning.
Under attitudes and values a students is encouraged to use the French language with teachers & schoolmates. Langauge skills are bought forward by using a student’s capability in creative and critical thinking, with social skills including his interpersonal communication, empathy and emotional skills.

We draw our faculty from professional French language teachers who have international teaching experience lead by Mr. Haru Mehra an Indo French-Thinker & Poet, who is perhaps the only person in the world who is the pioneer in writing hilarious & inspirational poems using the jugglery of Hindi, French & English words.

Haru devised an unique method of teaching French to students who are encouraged to use their own mother tongue to learn the French language in an easy & effortless way. The main difficulty that is faced by many students while learning French is with pronunciation of French words and letters which is made very easy by use of Frehindi technique. The songs & rhymes created by Mr. Haru reinforce grammatical patterns, visual aids symbolize vocabulary, and fun games carry emotion; vital factors when teaching: children to speak another language

Examination center:

The children are required to visit the French Embassy’s cultural center in New Delhi, only once at the end of the course to undertake the examination.

For more details & fee plans please feel free to call at 09811237037 or mail us at



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