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DAPLE - Diploma Avançado de Português Língua Estrangeira

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DAPLE – Diploma Avançado de Português Língua Estrangeira

 

Level

C1 – Advanced

Dates

May / Jluy / November

Enrolment

4 weeks before the test date

Location

Porto

Price

€125

Duration:

Reading comprehension: 60 minutes   = 20%

Writing: 90 mins = 20%

Grammar and Structures: 60 minutes = 20%

Listening: 40 minutes = 20%

Oral: 20 minutes = 20%

Classification

Pass (Suficiente): 55%-69%

Good (Bom): 70% - 84%

Very Good (Muito Bom): 85%-100%

(There is no minimum grade for   each section)

Timetable

Reading: 09h00

Writing: 10h00

Grammar and Structures: 11h45

Listening: 13h30

Oral: contact inlingua to check   times

1) Reading Comprehension

Part 1: General comprehension of two   texts

Part 2: Detailed comprehension of   two texts

Multiple choice / true-false /   matching exercises

2) Writing

Part 1: a text resolving a task

Part 2: one or more texts (200-230   words) relating to a topic

3) Grammar and Structures

Grammar exercises (verbs, prepositions, pronouns   etc)

Completing texts and transforming   sentences.

4) Listening

Part 1: listen to 1 long or   several short texts from the radio

Part 2: listen to 1 long or   several short dialogues

Part 3: listen to an extract from   a conference or meeting.

Multiple choice / true-false /   matching exercises

5) Oral (3 parts)

The oral test is done in pairs   (two candidates + 1 examiner)

Part 1: interaction between   examiner and candidate about personal identification

Part 2: interaction between candidates   about planning an activity or resolving a problem.

Part 3: interaction between   examiner and both candidates giving opinions about a topic given to the candidates   before the interview.