French classes for beginners lasts 10 weeks.
Classes take place once a week and last 2 hours each.
This gives a total of 20 hours tuition.
French level 2 programme course is for beginners + or elementary level. So you can:
To achieve the equivalent of A2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, which is the only exam recognised throughout the world (DELF/DALF).
The DELF A2 exam recognises the linguistic competency of a basic user. At this stage, you can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring the most common polite phrases and exchanges of information. So you'll be able to:
After completing French level 2, students should be able to join a level 3 class.
Making a hotel booking
Understanding holiday brochures
Making a telephone call
Arranging to meet someone
Describing physical appearances
Ordering a meal
Talking about what you did last week
Explaining why you are late
Talking about your last holiday
Describing places and the weather
Talking about your background
Describing your education and your work experience
Socialising and using colloquial language
Asking for/ giving help
Asking permission/ giving instructions
Giving your opinion
Describing your intentions
Months and seasons
Home: rooms and furniture
Expressions used on the telephone
Expressions used to make suggestions
Types of holidays
Vocabulary used to describe places
Studies, exams and qualifications
Vocabulary used to write a CV
Expressions used when saying goodbye
Some common colloquial expressions
Accidents and emergencies
Comparisons with adjectives
Negative form: “pas de..”
Introduction to conditional
Pronouns lui and leur
Pendant and il y a
Pendant and depuis
Reflexive verbs in the perfect tense
Agreement of the past participle
Object pronouns and the imperative
ne... pas + infinitives
qui and que
moi, toi, lui...