Structured French lessons to fit your needs and interests

Beginner

Beginner French classes are best suited for students who:

  • have never learned French before

  • know a few words but have forgotten and have difficulties making full sentences

Objectives

1. (re)discover the pleasure of communicating in French with truly useful vocabulary and understand simple French we use in daily life

2. reach the equivalent of A1 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)

Content

- Introducing yourself and others (name, age, nationality,..)
- Greeting people
- Asking the date and time
- Ordering meal and purchases
- Talking about yourself (job, city you live, languages you speak,..)
- Finding your way (how to approach people in a polite way)
- Giving details about your hobbies
- Understanding simple questions

Intermediate

The intermediate French lessons are best suited for students who:
• are fluent in French communication on a wide range of everyday situations. You can already hold a conversation and can describe things and ideas
• an A2 or B1 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)

Objectives

1. to further your existing language skills

2. to achieve the equivalent of B1+ level.

Content

- Giving your opinion
- Expressing your feelings (enthusiasm, reject)
- Helping someone
- Interviewing someone
- Talking about a famous person
- Discussing personal issues
- Understanding written documents
- Indefinite adjectives and pronouns
- The subjunctive and the pluperfect
- The passive voice
- Indicators of time
- Formulating hypotheses and expressing conditions

Advanced

Advanced French classes are for students who have already achieved a strong degree of fluency and accuracy in the language

Objectives

1. to refine your existing language skills

2. to achieve the equivalent of the B2 or C1 level of the European Framework for Languages

Content

- Talking about current affairs, art, culture, medias and social events
- Expressing opinions and Using debating techniques
- Making oral presentations
- Use of indicative and subjunctive modes
- Advanced use of the past tenses
- Use of prepositions
- Idioms, expressions and proverbial expressions
- Direct and indirect speech