TERM:

4 classes

DURATION:

90 mins per class

GROUP SIZE:

3 students min
6 students max

REQUIREMENTS:

Level 3
or similar

PRICE:

CAD 149 

FRENCH GROUP CLASSES – LEVEL 4:

Covid-19 Update:

  • We are offering small group classes on Zoom (Minimum 3 students – Maximum 6 students) at a discounted rate.
  • We have fantastic reviews of our online classes from our students.
  • Our teachers are based in Vancouver (Canada) working from home.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This French course is designed to build up a solid foundation in order to express yourself about situations that happened once to you in the past.

You’ll learn how to:

Topics:

  • Speak about situations in the past
  • Talk about your last weekend
  • Talk about your last holidays
  • Talk about your life and background
  • Go shopping in Paris
  • Describe your favorite actors and movies

Grammar:

  • *Focus*:  Conjugate verbs using the past tense: Passé composé
  • Use adjectives correctly: Masculin vs féminin
  • And much more!

When is the next course starting?

  • Starting date: Tuesday, November 16th at 6.30 pm
  • Twice a week
  • Time:  6.30-8 pm
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays
  • 4 classes in total
  • We will confirm the class once we have a minimum of 3 students registered.
  • Please note that if we only have 2 students registered each class is 60 minutes (instead of 90 minutes)

Recommended level:

Level Beginner 3 or similar.

Location:

ZOOM – Online during COVID-19

How to enroll?:

Hit the “Enroll now” button to complete the registration.

GOOGLE RATING:

Google Rating
5.0
Based on 67 reviews

GALLERY:

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COURSE GOALS:

LISTENING

You will understand familiar words and basic phrases concerning the following topics: Shopping and physical description.

SPEAKING

You will also be able to interact with sellers when you go shopping in France and speak about You can ask and answer simple questions on familiar topics.

READING

You will be able to read and understand dialogues between 2 people or more at past tense.

WRITING

You will be able to write a short text about your last weekend or last holidays using the past tense.

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