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This course will be delivered online : Handouts and other documents will be sent before the lesson. You might need to do personal work before the lesson.The lesson will be on speaking, short conversations, answering questions, checking difficulties, discovering new vocabulary and structures, some listening activities.This is Part 3 of our French Intermediate course, which is suitable for learners with a basic understanding of French, either through your own experience or from completing our Beginners Parts 1, 2 & 3 and Intermediate Parts 1 & 2 courses.
What will I learn?
You will consolidate, extend and practice your knowledge of the vocabulary and expressions needed to deal with everyday situations in a French-speaking country. Learners will practise the four language skills of reading, listening, speaking and some writing, with the emphasis on speaking and listening.
The following topics will be covered during the course: Eating at restaurants; Using public transport; Booking accommodation; Weather; Talking about what you did on holiday; Health; Leisure activities; Shopping and Fashion.
There are no entry requirements associated with this course, however you should have a basic understanding of French.
Study, Assessment and Qualifications
Assessment is informal, based on your personal targets and the learning outcomes and will be undertaken regularly with you by the course lecturer. There are no formal qualifications associated with this course.
Additional Costs and Information
You will be asked to buy a course book for this course, the lecturer will advise the best book to buy.
It is recommended that you do a little homework each week to help you progress with your language learning.
What Could I Do Next?
On completion of your course you may choose to progress onto these following courses
- Development Worker
- Political Risk Analyst
- Languages Teacher
- Speech And Language Therapist
It is thought that there are up to 7,000 different languages spoken around the world today. More than half of the world’s languages have no written form.
The world’s most widely spoken languages are: Mandarin Chinese, English, Spanish, Hindi, Arabic, Bengali, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, German and French.