The intermediate French courses last 10 weeks each.
Classes take place once a week and last 2 hours each.
This gives a total of 20 hours tuition.
French level 4 programme course is for students with good GCSE knowledge or equivalent. So you can:
To achieve the equivalent of B1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, which is the only exam recognised throughout the world (DELF/DALF).
The DELF B1 exam recognises the independence of a user. At this stage, you can understand and maintain an interaction likely to arise in your life. So you'll be able to:
After completing French level 4, students should be able to join a level 5 class.
Applying for a temporary job abroad
Understanding written information, small ads
Giving information about oneself
Making and understanding arrangements
Using timetables and travel information
Booking a hotel room
Talking about hypothetical situations
Taking part in an interview
Understanding written and spoken information
Oral presentation skills
Expressing wishes and wants - recap
Relative clauses - recap
Demonstratives – recap
Imperative - recap
Times and dates - recap
The passive and its avoidance
Revision of all structures covered in the course