DELE Exam 2019/2020 - The Ultimate Guide

The DELE Exam Is the Best Official and International Proof of Your Spanish Knowledge

¿Hablas español? Nowadays, it is often necessary to express yourself in a foreign language.

Being able to prove your language skills is just as important.

We would like to help you to get your DELE certificate and clarify any queries you may have. So we gathered all the necessary information about the DELE exam 2019/2020: its levels, available dates and prices, past exam papers, preparation courses and much more.

Use the menu below to navigate to the different sections. You can always come back to the beginning by clicking on the arrow on the bottom right side.

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What Is the DELE Exam?

The Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera (DELE) are official Spanish language proficiency diplomas, organized by the Instituto Cervantes and granted by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.

First of all, what does DELE mean in Spanish and in English?

DELE stands for Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera (Diplomas of Spanish as Foreign Language). It’s a worldwide recognized title of Spanish proficiency.

Since 2015 Spanish natives and learners alike can take part in it. Overall, it consists of four parts – reading, writing, listening and speaking. And you can take it in six different Spanish proficiency levels. That’s where it differs from other certificates.

Take for example the SIELE. It’s another Spanish diploma that you can obtain at the FU International Academy.

It’s assessed online with questions that gradually increase in difficulty. So rather than you choosing your overall level before, you’ll find it out in your results for each test area. Also, you don’t need to complete all sections of the test and can decide to simply take parts of it.

Do you only want to prove your listening and talking skills? That’s possible with the SIELE. However, in the end, the certificate is only valid for 2 years.

When taking the DELE exam, you need to decide on a specific level and take all four test areas together. In return, you get a diploma that’s valid for a lifetime.

But why should you go through all that trouble anyway? Let us tell you.

What Is the Instituto Cervantes?

The Instituto Cervantes (Cervantes Institute) is a worldwide non-profit organization, named after famous Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes and set up in 1991 by the Spanish government to promote the teaching and study of the Spanish language and culture. 

Whenever you read about the DELE exam, you stumble across the Instituto Cervantes.

What is it though? Well, have you ever heard about Don Quixote?

He’s the protagonist in one of the most famous Spanish novels written by Miguel de Cervantes. The story recounts the adventures of “The Ingenious Nobleman Mister Don Quixote of La Mancha” on his journey to bring justice to the world.

Yes, that guy who mistook windmills for giants and ended up attacking them.

Don Quixote Cervantes

By Alena Grebneva (Own work; CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons)

Anyway, the Instituto Cervantes is named after the author of this Spanish classic. That makes sense if you think about the fact that its main responsibility is to promote the Spanish language and culture around the world. It’s organizing Spanish courses, cultural activities and educates teachers on their newest methods and curricula.

Along with that, the Instituto Cervantes grants the DELE certificate on behalf of the Spanish Ministry for Education and Science. It creates and evaluates the exam in cooperation with the University of Salamanca.

Why Take the DELE Exam?

The main reasons for taking the DELE exam are:

  1. It is highly regarded by employers and universities.
  2. It is internationally recognized.
  3. It is a prerequisite for some university studies.
  4. It is valid for a lifetime.

The DELE is a highly regarded official title and will facilitate your access to the professional and academic world. It looks good on your CV if you want to work in a Spanish speaking country, and it’s an asset that can boost your income. In fact, for some organizations and universities, it is even compulsory to have this certificate in order to enter or enroll.

On top, it’s valid indefinitely or to put it in other words:

Once you get the DELE diploma you will have a qualification to
prove your Spanish skills for the rest of your life.

Maybe you’ve already been studying Spanish for a while and want to have an official document proving your skills?

Or are you planning a gap year in a Hispanic country and want to make the best of it?

Whatever it is for you. It’s time to register for the DELE exam!

Get ready for the exam. Join our DELE preparation course!

How to Register for the DELE Exam?

The preparation for the exam itself is already challenging. That’s why we want to ease your burden a bit and collected answers to all the administrative questions.

Since November 2015 there are actually no restrictions when it comes to nationality or age. You heard right, that means that even Spanish natives can take the exam.

In general, it’s cut out for test takers who are 16 years or older. In case you’re underage, your parents will have to handle the registration or you.

DELE Exam Registration

To register for an exam with us, each participant needs to create an account at the Instituto Cervantes website first. That’s the easiest way to check availability for specific exam dates and to sign up right away.

You’ll note quickly that the Instituto Cervantes is taking its mission to teach you Spanish seriously. Their whole site and the registration process is currently only available in Spanish.

It goes without saying that this may be quite confusing for a beginner who wants to pass the A2 DELE Diploma. So we took the liberty to break the steps down for you.

Head to the registration page of the Instituto Cervantes and follow the instructions below.

Make sure to enrol within the period of registration and to write down your account details. You’ll need them to get your results afterwards!

How to Register for the DELE Exam – Step by Step

Follow these steps:

  1. Create a New Account: The obligatory fields are your email address, name and surname, type of ID and its number, title, gender, birthdate, birthplace, birth country, nationality and your native language.
  2. Confirmation Mail: If everything works, you’ll receive a confirmation email.
  3. Confirm Email Address: Open the email in your inbox and click on the first link.
  4. Start your Session: Click on “Iniciar sesión”. Be aware that this works only one time.
  5. Create your Password: Create a good password and save it.
  6. Sign Up for a New Test: Go to “Mis inscripciones” and click on “Nueva inscripción”.
  7. Select Exam Location, Date and Level: To take your test at FU International Academy, select “España” as the country and “Tenerife” as the city.
  8. Check Availability and Register: Take a look which exams are available and choose the right one by clicking on “Inscribirse”.

Where to Take the DELE Exam?

You can also check out the dates and locations before signing up online.

Besides Spain, you can participate in the exam in over 100 countries. Take a look at the more than 1000 examination centers and their available dates.

Here at FU International Academy in Puerto de la Cruz in Tenerife, you can register for the DELE exam levels A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2 for the following dates within their enrollment periods.

When to Take the DELE Exam in 2019?

Exam Dates 2019LevelsEnd of Enrollment
September 13th, 2019Adults: A2November 14th, 2018
till July 24th, 2019
October 4th, 2019Adults: A2, B1, B2November 14th, 2018
till August 21st, 2019
November 22nd & 23rd, 2019Adults: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2
Juniors: A1, A2/B1
November 14th, 2018
till October 9th, 2019

DELE Exam Dates in 2020

Exam Dates 2020LevelsEnd of Enrollment
February 14th, 2020Adults: A2November 13th, 2019
till January 8th, 2020
April 17th, 2020Adults: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2November 13th, 2019
till February 19th, 2020
May 15th & 16th, 2020Adults: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2
Juniors: A1, A2/B1
November 13th, 2019
till March 18th, 2020
July 10th, 2020Adults: A2, B1, B2, C1November 13th, 2019
till May 13th, 2020
September 11th, 2020Adults: A2November 13th, 2019
till July 15th, 2020
October 2nd, 2020Adults: A2, B1, B2November 13th, 2019
till August 5th, 2020
November 13th & 14th, 2020Adults: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2
Juniors: A1, A2/B1
November 13th, 2019
till October 7th, 2020

How Much Does the DELE Exam Cost?

DELE Exam Level GeneralPrice 2019
A1€ 108
A2€ 130
B1€ 160
B2€ 190
C1€ 205
C2€ 220
DELE Exam Level JuniorsPrice 2019
A1€ 108
A2€ 160
B1€ 160

Prices for the DELE exams can vary depending on the country and examination center.

But now probably the most important question of all: Which level should you take the DELE exam in?

Which DELE Exam Should I Take?

The DELE exam can be taken in different levels, from A1 to C2. If you don’t know your level, you can use the resources of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) or the level test of the Instituto Cervantes to self-assess your level.

The different levels of the DELE diploma are based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). It standardizes plurilingual education all around Europe.
The most basic level is A1 and leads all the way up to C2 which is close to native proficiency.

Spanish Language Levels

A1 – Breakthrough | A2 – Waystage
B1 – Threshold | B2 – Vantage
C1 – Effective Operational Proficiency | C2 – Mastery

Let us guess: You still find it hard to pinpoint the exact level you currently are at?

Don’t worry, help is on the way.

First, take a look at the CEFR self-assessment grid. It puts all level descriptions side by side.

Check out the entire sheet to get a quick overview. Another solution is to quiz yourself and take the Spanish level test by the Instituto Cervantes.

Okay, let’s assume, you were able to decide which level you want to take the test in.

So far so good. But admittedly, the CEFR descriptions are a bit wishy-washy, so we have a problem here. How are you supposed to know what exactly to study if you want to ace a certain level?

To give you more specific info, we also have something up our sleeves. Just take a look at this overview of all the items and topics officially on your “to-learn list”. It’s the curriculum issued by the Instituto Cervantes. Categorized by Spanish levels, it breaks e.g. the grammar down to small topics.

Yes, it looks intimidating. Still, it might help you to gauge the status quo of your Spanish skills and which lessons you have to refresh.

Next up: the preparation. How can you get yourself ready for the exam?

How to Prepare for DELE Exam?

Preparation for the DELE exam includes first and foremost deciding on which level you want to take the test in (from A1 to C2). It is also advised to study the sample exams and past examinations for each of the levels, published by the Instituto Cervantes. Preparation can take the form of self-study or participation in specialized DELE preparation courses.

Once you hold the A1 certificate in your hands, you made the first step on your journey to learn the Spanish language. With this level, you’ll be able to…

  • use common day-to-day expressions to communicate basic things.
  • ask somebody basic personal questions.
  • interact in a basic fashion with natives, given that they talk slowly and clearly.

As in every level, you first have to prove these skills in four different categories. If you can confirm that the following statements apply to you, you’re ready for the DELE A1 exam.

1) Reading Comprehension
“I understand common words and names as well as easy sentences like,
for example, street signs or catalogues.”

2) Listening Comprehension
“If they are spoken slowly and clearly, I recognise basic words and expressions that are used daily and in contexts familiar to me.”

3) Oral Expression and Interaction
“I use easy expressions and sentences to describe where I live and the people who I know.
I can join easy conversations if the other person is ready to repeat and helps me out.
I answer easy questions about day-to-day matters. ”

4) Written Expression and Interaction
“I’m able to write short postcards, for example with birthday wishes. Also, I can fill in forms with my basic personal details.”

The total exam takes around 2 hours and breaks down to the following tasks.

DELE A1 Exam Structure

The next stage is to finish your A levels. With the A2 diploma, you’ll be able to…

  • understand and use daily expressions around information relevant to your surroundings. This can be personal information, going shopping or interesting locations.
  • address questions with reference to your immediate needs.

The learning goals of the four different categories of the DELE A2 exam are the following.

1) Reading Comprehension
“I’m capable of reading and understanding short and easy texts. These could be ads, menus, schedules or postcards. From those, I can single out basic pieces of information.”

2) Listening Comprehension
“I understand sentences and vocabulary about daily topics and my personal interests. I’ll grasp the main idea of simple, short and clear messages and notifications.”

3) Oral Expression and Interaction
“I can communicate in a simple fashion about daily matters and activities. While it’s hard for me to keep it going just by myself, I’m already able to have a short social conversation.”

4) Written Expression and Interaction
“I can write basic notes and messages that relate to my immediate needs. Also, I could compose a postcard, for example, to thank someone.”

Adding 60 minutes, the exam lasts around 3 hours and is structured like this.

DELE A2 Exam Structure

The B1 test is also dubbed the threshold level. Once you pass it, you can…

  • understand the main topics when listening or reading texts. They will be about familiar topics like studies, work or daily life and may have some slight variations in the language.
  • be able to handle the majority of situations that take place in these familiar contexts.
  • write simple but coherent texts on familiar topics like experiences, plans, wishes or opinions.

You can join the DELE B1 exam in good conscience if the following statements apply to you:

1) Reading Comprehension
“I understand texts written in a day-to-day language. I grasp the description of events, feelings, and wishes in personal letters.”

2) Listening Comprehension
“I understand the principle ideas of a discourse or radio/TV programmes given that it’s clear and talking about day-to-day matters like work, school or free time.”

3) Oral Expression and Interaction
“I’m able to handle almost all situations when traveling to a Spanish speaking country. I could spontaneously take part in a conversation about familiar and daily topics. I know how to connect basic sentences to tell a story or experience. I also could recount the story of a book or a movie.”

4) Written Expression and Interaction
“I’m able to write easy and well-connected texts about familiar topics and personal interests. I also can write personal letters describing my experiences and impressions.”

For the B1 exam, you need to calculate around 3.5 hours. Take a look at the structure.

DELE B1 Exam Structure

You’re more than halfway to being a Spanish native. Way to go!

Now it’s time to complete the DELE B2 Exam. With this diploma, you’ll have a good basis to apply to jobs or universities in Spanish speaking countries since you’re able to…

  • understand complex written and spoken texts even when they are abstract or technical. You can also grasp different variations of the Spanish language.
  • interact with all types of Spanish speakers in a fluent and natural way without hesitation.
  • write clear and detailed texts on several topics and debate to defend your opinion.

According to the CEFR framework, you should go for this test if you can confirm the following statements about yourself.

1) Reading Comprehension
“I’m capable of understanding articles on current issues as well as contemporary literature.”

2) Listening Comprehension
“For familiar topics, I understand external speeches or conferences including complex chains of thought. I’m able to follow TV news and understand most movies in standard Spanish.”

3) Oral Expression and Interaction
“I’m able to have a fluent and spontaneous conversation with natives. Also, I can elaborate and defend my point of view in debates. My descriptions of topics are clear, detailed and reflect pros and cons of different points of view.”

4) Written Expression and Interaction
“I write detailed and clear texts about a variety of topics and can elaborate on a specific point of view. I’m able to write letters that show the significance of events and experiences.”

It’s getting longer and longer. To complete the B2 exam, you have to prepare for around 4 hours of test time.

DELE B2 Exam Structure

Now it’s getting professional. You’re closing the gap on the Spanish natives of the world.

Just check it out. With a C1 level, you can…

  • process a wide variety of written and spoken text in every variation of the Spanish language. This also includes implicit meanings, attitudes, and intentions.
  • express yourself fluently, spontaneously and without any apparent effort.
  • always find the adequate expression of every situation and context.
  • write complex texts with a flexible and efficient use of Spanish and a coherent structure.

Do the following statements still sound reasonable and fitting to you? Way to go!

1) Reading Comprehension
“I can read long and complex texts with different literary styles as well as technical instructions. That holds true even if they are from a field unfamiliar to me.”

2) Listening Comprehension
“I understand long speeches even if they are not clear and only implicitly hint the main relations.
I understand TV shows and movies without effort.”

3) Oral Expression and Interaction
“ In social and professional contexts alike, I’m expressing myself fluently, spontaneously and without looking for the right expressions. I can relate my statements skillfully to those of others, develop ideas and make a fitting conclusion.”

4) Written Expression and Interaction
“I’m able to write clear and detailed about a wide series of topics. This can be informative reports or those conveying a certain point of view.
In my letters, I make clear how important some events and experiences were to me.”

4.5 hours – Seriously?

Okay, so besides great Spanish skills, you also need to start thinking about training your stamina to make it through that test. Here comes the structure:

DELE C1 Exam Structure

Last but not least. Do you want to prove to everybody that your Spanish skills are nothing short of the natives? Once you reach the C2 level of mastery, you can…

  • handle any situation and understand everything, written or spoken. It doesn’t matter how complex, abstract, unfamiliar or expressed in different variations of Spanish it is.
  • express yourself spontaneously, fluently and with an exceptional semantical and grammatical precision. You do so in every context, be it academic or professional.

Can you proudly confirm these statements for yourself? Then go for the final challenge!

1) Reading Comprehension
“I can read all forms of written language with ease even when they are abstract and complex like manuals or literary works.”

2) Listening Comprehension
“I have no problem whatsoever to understand any spoken texts, be it face-to-face or speeches even if they are delivered in specific accents.”

3) Oral Expression and Interaction
“I’m capable of joining any discussion effortlessly and use colloquial phrases. If I encounter a problem, I solve it with such discretion that none of my counterparts will notice.
My contributions are clear, fluent, well structured and fit the style of the context.”

4) Written Expression and Interaction
“I’m able to write clear and fluent texts as well as complex letters or reports. I apply a good structure so my readers won’t get lost and grasp the main ideas.
On top, I translated my resume and references to Spanish.”

If you decide to take on the C2 challenge, you’ll have to face 6 full hours which separate you from the highest DELE diploma level.

DELE C2 Exam Structure

Past DELE Exam Papers

Sample papers and past exam papers are a great way how to get a better idea of what is expected from you for each of the different levels in the DELE exam.

We looked into the official guidelines by the Instituto Cervantes. They publish one sample exam paper (+ answer sheet) per level as well as one past exam from previous years. It’s a great way to familiarize yourself with the nature of the tasks. Make sure to work through the version corresponding to your level!

Self-Study for Your Spanish Level

From our experience, we can tell that studying on your own is a hard thing. Especially, when you are always connected to the world wide web and procrastination is looming just a click away.

But there are plenty of ways to turn the tables!

For example, why don’t you join the DELE Facebook group? This way you at least make sure that your news feed includes tips and tricks on how to pass the DELE exam.

Or you could go digital to support your vocabulary learning with Duolingo and Tiny Cards. Here you can create your own vocabulary lists or learn those from other users.

Use this together with Spanish movies and Spanish music to learn the language and you’ll see that you can also use the world wide web to your advantage.

If you prefer the old-school way, use the official resources published by the Instituto Cervantes: DELE preparation books.

Indeed, it’s possible to prepare for the DELE exam by yourself if you put in enough time and effort. But.

Don’t you want to fast track your studies? Then we have an alternative solution for you.

Join our DELE preparation course

DELE Preparation Course at FU International Academy

First things first.

Before starting the course, you’ll take part in a placement test. Our teachers will personally assess your Spanish proficiency level, so you can rest assured that you’re preparing for the right exam.

DELE Preparation Course

Teaching Material

We use teaching material developed especially for the preparation of DELE exams.

All these additional resources address specific issues in the same context. They’re also geared towards creating a wide range of real life situations to practice the language.

Our Teachers

All of our teachers are Spanish native speakers and specialize in teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language. Some of them possess additional qualifications from the Instituto Cervantes to conduct the DELE exam as an examiner.


Before you sign up for the course, it’s necessary to complete our online Spanish Level Test. It will be corrected by experienced teachers who will identify your current level.

Another requirement is that you’re willing to spend some time on the island of the eternal spring, Tenerife… but we doubt that this will be a dealbreaker for you 🙂

Teaching Method

With our full immersion teaching methods, we teach you everything you need to know for the exam. You will follow a general Spanish Intensive 20 course in the morning and have extra exam preparation lessons in the afternoon. This way, we’ll guide you through the exam format and show you the right way to use your knowledge and skills effectively.

After you’ve finished our DELE preparation course, there won’t be any surprises in the exam!

By Taking Our DELE Exam Preparation Course, You Will:

  • Become familiar with the structure and set times for the completion of each task in the exam.

  • Improve your knowledge of vocabulary according to the exam level descriptions.

  • Become more confident at conversing in Spanish.

  • Work hard along with your teacher to achieve your objective.

  • Train all four exam areas (reading – listening – writing – talking) and their testing methods.

Benefits of Our DELE Exam Preparation Course:

  • We will advise you on the exam that best suits your level, based on a pre-course test.

  • We can prepare you for any of the six different levels of the DELE exams (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2).

  • You could get prepared and take the DELE exam at our centre.

  • All our teachers are experienced and officially accredited DELE examiners.

  • We have a 90% pass rate!

  • We will help you with the registration process if needed.

DELE Exam Day and Results – What Can You Expect?

Let’s imagine this: You prepared for several weeks for the DELE exam and now the day is getting closer – and closer – and closer…

If you made it until here, chances are that this probably will become reality for you soon enough. To calm your nerves it always helps to know what exactly is waiting for you. We already described how each exam is structured for the different CEFR levels. But now we want to give you some first-hand, personal insights.

Daphne, our academic director and Senior DELE examiner wrote down how the procedure of the DELE exam works at FU International Academy. Click on the plus below to find out.

Almost every month, thousands of students around the globe face the DELE exam (the official Spanish proficiency exam). We -the examiners- watch them arrive to our centres filled with nervous expectation and hope.

The examiners arrive at 8:00 am on the exam day, 60 minutes before the scheduled starting time, and yet, some of the candidates have beaten us to it and are already waiting at the door. They will look at us pleadingly, as we tell them they must wait.

We make sure that all the necessary materials (instructions, pencils, erasers and exam papers) are placed in the classrooms, ready for the participants. We then proceed to test the audio equipment to ensure that it will work perfectly during the listening test.

Thirty minutes before the starting time (09:00 a.m.) we welcome our examinees and begin to call them one by one, verifying their documentation. This is a long and arduous process that must be carried out conscientiously. Candidates come from various countries. Their names reveal their origins: the Arab-speaking world, Pakistan, India, Eastern Europe. Most probably, some candidates have decided to sit the DELE exam to apply for Spanish nationality, therefore, the exam becomes a very crucial event in their lives. We empathize with them but must follow the rules set by the Spanish Ministry of Justice, making sure everyone has their documents in order.

Ten minutes before 9:00 am, we close the classroom door and start giving instructions. We make sure we explain how to proceed, step by step, from switching off their mobile phones to how to complete the answer sheets, using only the special pencils we’ve provided. We make sure we transmit reassurance and professionalism.

At 9 o’clock we start with the reading test. This exam requires great intellectual effort, regardless of the exam level. After 45 minutes, we let them know they have fifteen minutes left to finish. Five minutes before the hour, we announce that they must finish.

Sometimes participants haven’t managed to finish this first part of the exams and refuse to return the paper, trying to complete the answers. This is one of the situations that examiners fear the most. On the one hand, you feel for them, but we know we must follow the schedule and continue. So, we take the exams away, much against our feelings of empathy.

Almost immediately, we start with the listening test. Fifty minutes later, we allow them twenty-five minutes to rest and recover their energy with a hot coffee at FU Café. In the meantime, the examiners prepare the room for the written test. We swap pencils for pens and provide the candidates with blank sheets of paper for the draft writing.

Our experience and the careful preparation done beforehand, will allow the examiners ten minutes for a coffee break as well.

Back in the exam room, we explain the procedure to do the written test. Candidates can leave quietly once they’ve finished. They don’t need to wait for everyone to finish. Once everyone’s left the room, we start preparing for the oral tests.

For some, this is the hardest of all, whilst for others, it will be a breeze.

Before starting the test, we ask the candidate various information questions as a kind of introduction. They’re not graded on this, it just makes the situation more comfortable and helps to ease the moment. We determine whether to use “usted” or “tú” with the examinee. During this part of the exam, we want to assess if the candidate can answer the questions with appropriate and wide-ranging vocabulary, and if he or she understands what we’re saying.

Most candidates take pleasure in telling us about their personal circumstances: why they live in Spain, where they live, and even what their lives were like in their countries of origin. Many now live in Tenerife –they tell us where they live and how they’ve had a very early start in the morning, to make it on time. Whatever their personal situation, our job is to test the range, accuracy, fluency, interaction and coherence of their speaking skills, following the European Framework of Reference descriptors and the Instituto Cervantes Curriculum Plan (PCIC). When it comes to assessing oral communication, we know that we must steel ourselves to be objective.

This is a huge responsibility. One of the functions of the oral exam interviewer, is to help the candidates achieve their best possible performance. A bad interviewer can cause the candidate to do worse than they might have done otherwise.

On the days following a DELE exam, we feel particularly lucky to do what we do. Changing back into the groove of our everyday work makes us think about the things our job adds to our lives: teaching languages, and particularly being a language examiner, gives you insights into the lives and experiences of all kinds of people. This enriches us all, both personally and professionally.

DELE Results – When Do You Receive Them?

It takes around 3 months until the results are available on the online platform – sometimes less.

Besides the oral assessment, each examination center sends all answer sheets to the Instituto Cervantes where they are corrected. That’s also why we, unfortunately, won’t be able to give you updates about the status of your results, even if you took the test with us.

Once the results are ready, the Instituto Cervantes will send you a mail to the address that you used to register. So please make sure to keep your account details safe.

Why does it take so long?

Get this. In 2016 DELE totaled over 75,000 test takers from all around the world! And that’s actually a good thing. The popularity of the DELE exam speaks volumes about how valuable it is.

Now it’s your turn! Take initiative, get your own diploma and soon you’ll have the
Spanish speaking world right at your feet.

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