ABC DELF is a French language textbook designed to prepare students for the DELF exam. As someone who has used this book to prepare for the DELF B2 Junior exam in December, I have found both positive and negative aspects to using ABC DELF.
One positive aspect of ABC DELF is its comprehensive coverage of the DELF exam. The book includes practice tests and exercises for all four skills tested on the exam (reading, writing, listening, and speaking), as well as detailed explanations of the exam format and scoring system. This means that you can feel confident that you are covering all the material you need to know for the exam.
Another positive aspect of ABC DELF is its clear and concise explanations. The book does a good job of breaking down the complex process of crafting a letter or a monologue speech in French. This makes it easy to understand the material and apply it to your own exam preperation.
one downside to ABC DELF that I have noticed is that it can be a bit dry and repetitive at times. The book is largely made up of practice exercises, which can make it feel a bit monotonous to work through. Especially in the writing and speaking section, the tasks are significantly monotonous since there are almost 50 writing and speaking exercises many of which largely deal with the same topic.
Another negative aspect of ABC DELF is that it does not include audio files or other multimedia resources. This means that you will need to find other resources to help you with listening and speaking practice, which can be a bit inconvenient.
Overall, I think ABC DELF is a solid resource for anyone preparing for the DELF exam. Its comprehensive coverage and clear explanations make it an effective tool for the DELF exam, but the lack of multimedia resources and the repetitive nature of the practice exercises may be drawbacks for some learners.