Why do you need to have a certificate for Spanish as a Foreign Language?

Nowadays, Spanish is among the 3 most spoken languages in the world and the number of native speakers as well as the speakers of Spanish as a foreign language is growing every day, to the extent that Spanish is meant to be the predominant language in the USA in 2050!

A lot of people in countries where there are speakers of English as a foreign language or as a second language consider extremely important to have a certificate or a qualification that can show their level of English and their skills speaking this language. I believe that in the future if you already speak English you are going to need another language to add to your skills as a professional or for life.

If you are already learning Spanish or thinking about learning it soon, why don’t you start thinking about taking an exam to prove your level of Spanish as well and to add it in your CV? The DELE certificate (Diploma de Español como Lengua Extranjera) is a qualification that evaluates your level from A1 to C2, so no matter where you are in your learning process, you can have a certification about it. The famous Instituto Cervantes is the one in charge of the DELE and your certificate is signed by them. This exam reviews the four language skills: speaking, listening, writing and reading; and it is accepted all over the world and it is the most international certification you can have for Spanish.

If you are thinking about taking the DELE or would like to have further information please check this link

Saludos y buena suerte

Fernanda

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