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Elle Draper

Elle, along with Alan, is the owner of Spain Buddy and the busy web design business - Gandy-Draper. Born a "Norverner", she then spent most of her life "Dann Saff" before moving to Spain in 2006. Elle's loves are Alan, the internet, their three bouncing dogs, good food, and dry white wine - although not necessarily in that order. More about Elle - HERE | Got a news story to share? Click HERE | Want to write for Spain Buddy? Click HERE | Interested in our low cost advertising? Click HERE

3 Comments

  1. Sheila Crosby
    July 16, 2016 @ 6:03 pm

    Do you know of anything to help study for the exam? And can you keep taking it until you pass?

    (I scraped a pass)

  2. Elle Draper Elle Draper
    July 17, 2016 @ 9:10 am

    You can definitely keep taking it until you pass, but you can’t book the next one until you’ve received your results. I believe you get two tried per €85 registration – but I only skimread that yesterday so you’d need to double check on the Cervantes website.

    As for tools – click here: https://ccse.cervantes.es/materiales – whether that works only if you’re registered and logged in, I don’t know. I’m logged in so I can see it.

    Your Spanish is good enough to sail through the language skills section, I’m sure Sheila. I’ve heard you speak. Whether it’s to DELE A2 level, I wouldn’t know. That’s my next point of research :)

    Do register on their site – you can stop wading through the steps once it gets to the “Book an Exam” stage… but still access other areas.

    Good luck!

  3. Lianne
    July 17, 2016 @ 2:52 pm

    I found it harder in English than the Spanish practice one ???
    If you google a2 language standards it will explain the grammatical principles that you must understand and be able to use.

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