French

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All our French courses are available for adults aged 19 on 31 August 2017 and over only.

Please click on the course title in blue for more information on our French courses and to enrol.

Daytime & Evening French courses

 

Beginners French pt3 (A1)

This course continues to introduce the French language and culture. You will advance your vocabulary to hold more in-depth conversations, including use and understanding of past and future tense. On completion of this course, you can progress onto Elementary French pt1 (A2).

Elementary French pt3 (A2)

This lively communicative course is designed to develop your speaking skills by promoting discussions on several issues, for example health and well-being, food and French etiquette around a meal. You will also consolidate your grammar, with the introduction of the subjunctive. On completion of this course, you can progress onto Intermediate French pt1 (B1).

Upper Intermediate French pt3 (B1/2)

You will need to have completed the course Upper Intermediate French pt1 (B1/2) or to be assessed as having achieved an equivalent level by our specialist staff.

Conversation Club – French

Whatever your level, come and practice your French in this conversation session. You will expand your vocabulary and improve your fluency by discussing a variety of topics, meeting other French speakers, and becoming familiar with different accents.

French for Holidays (1 day intensive)

Planning for a holiday to a French speaking country? This course will teach you some simple phrases and vocabulary, so you can communicate in a variety of everyday situations while you are away.

2 Comments

  • hi, I’m looking for beginners french pt 1, do you have any class for that? what time it is going to start?

    maryam Reply
    • HI we don’t have the beginners pt 1 running for term 3 only pt 3. The beginners will start in September again. Thanks

      Mandip Bilkhu Reply

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