A1 - A2 Beginners
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The exercises and activities in this course will build your confidence with useful expressions, pronunciation, grammar practice, verb drills (present tense of most common verbs) and speaking/listening activities, games and quizzes will be included along the way.
The syllabus: French language sounds are unique, so you need to know how to pronounce each sound correctly. This course will aim not only at building your confidence when speaking French but also to sound French!
Greetings, formal and informal address; how to introduce yourself/ introduce others, ask for something in cafés and restaurants, giving/exchange details, understanding numbers and prices, talking about jobs and family, where you live; asking and understanding directions and other basic vocabulary when going around shopping; you will also learn some cultural traits and fun facts about French people.
B1 - B2 Intermediate
The syllabus: describing people, booking hotels, booking accommodation online and via emails, more about numbers, describing places, expressing admiration, enquiring about services such as public transport; talking about homes, finding a house; expressing likes and dislikes, shopping (markets), buying shoes and clothes, expressing preferences, writing invitations, giving your opinion, making suggestions, buying tickets, understanding directions, describing situations in the past; making plans for the future.
C1 - C2 Advanced
The advanced course is designed for students who already know French but want to take their knowledge further in order to hone their skills in all aspects of the language learning.
The teaching approach will also include a variety of newspapers articles (short at the beginning and longer articles as the student progresses further). The articles are used as conversation topics in order to hone vocabulary and grammar skills. Short videos from trusted resources will also be used for speaking practice during the class to boost fluency and to learn new common expressions. This course may include writing tasks about specific topics which the student will discuss during the class with the teacher.
The syllabus: Includes talking about saying what you have done recently using a variety of verbs and expressions, referring to events in the past using the imperfect tense and the past tense, understanding the weather forecast, making suggestions, understanding and giving instructions, comparing things, giving reasons, solving problems, discussing preferences, asking for and giving advice, talking about holidays, making plans for the future.
We can prepare you for DELF B1 (Diplôme d’études en langue Française).
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