My friend showed me Nico's Weg produced by Deutsche Welle and it is a very well defined and structured lesson program. (https://learngerman.dw.com/en/overview). I was wondering if there is a similar french resource like that.

I know there is https://apprendre.tv5monde.com/en and https://www.newsinslowfrench.com/french-for-beginners, but the way that it is organized seems confusing and I'm not sure if there is even a placement test for people who may be in A2 or B1

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The best I know I think would be the DELF - a certification of French language abilities

DELF for short, is a certification of French-language abilities for non-native speakers of French administered by the International Centre for French Studies (Centre international d'études pédagogiques, or CIEP) for France's Ministry of Education.

Others non-official alternatives if needed :

  • Thanks for the heads up. I think the best one out of the 3 is lawless french, although it its a paid service to get the full benefits. I'll try the free tier of lawless french and see how it is.
    – mjl007
    Apr 3, 2019 at 16:04

I agree, the best if the DELF. If you're looking for a French language school in France I can recommend you this one : https://www.cia-france.com/ there are some lessons about DELF.

good luck

  • Bienvenue sur FSE. What kind of resource is the program? I'm not sure if a study abroad enterprise answers the question, and I would encourage more accessible resources or information.
    – livresque
    Mar 6, 2021 at 1:26

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