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French Course: Level 4

French Course: Level 4

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French courses in Sydney. Learn to speak French.

If you want to learn to speak French, our French classes are ideal for adult learners to enjoy a practical and social experience while you learn French language and culture. Learn French with French courses in Sydney at NEWCourse – created for you by the University of Newcastle.

This French course is a French language course designed for anyone wanting to develop their French language skills or for those who have attended our French Course: Level 3 course (or equivalent). This French course aims to provide real insight into the French culture and society as it develops your skills in reading, writing, comprehension and speaking.

Our communication-based approach ensures that what you learn in class is useful in everyday situations. The practical knowledge you will acquire in this French course will enable you to successfully interact in French with others: describe your routine, talk about past events, ask and answer questions, talk about travels, for example.

Whether you are learning for work or pleasure, learning the French language requires not only sound knowledge of its grammatical structures and lexical aspects, but a deep understanding of the French culture and social interaction rules. Those wishing to speak French will need to acquire new vocabulary, practise their pronunciation and learn how to structure a sentence. In order to use that practical knowledge efficiently, they will also need to be able to use the correct forms of the French language in any given situation, and understand how to interact properly with French native speakers.

Learning Outcomes

At the completion of this french course you will be able:

  1. to talk about your daily routine.
  2. to describe your family.
  3. to ask and answer questions.
  4. to talk about events and special occasions.
  5. to greet someone on the phone.
  6. to give someone advice.

Course Content

This french course will cover the following:

Communicative Objectives:

  • Talk about everyday activities.
  • Tell past events.
  • Ask and answer questions.
  • Talk about rituals and events.
  • Talk to someone over the phone.
  • Give someone advice.

Linguistic Objectives:

  • Reflexives verbs.
  • Regularity and frequency.
  • Past tense (passé composé).
  • Questions – formal and informal.
  • Present tense.
  • Pronoun ON.
  • Recent past tense.
  • Future tense.
  • Imperative tense – reflexive verbs, irregulars and negative.

Intended Audience

This French course is designed for anyone wanting to develop French language skills and gain valuable insights and knowledge about the French contemporary culture. This language course is ideal for people who have little prior French language knowledge or those who have recently undertaken up to 60 hours of training.

Those at an intermidate level of French (A2 level in the CECR European framework) may be interested in our French Course: Conversation and Grammar.

Delivery Style

This French course is facilitated in full French immersion and taught by an experienced native-speaking French instructor. The teaching method is interactive and practical, giving students an opportunity to practice real-life situations in the classroom and acquire practical skills efficiently.

Course Prerequisites

This French language course has no prerequisites however it is expected that participants have covered the basics of French, see French Course: Level 1 (Beginners), French Course: Level 2 and French Course: Level 3 for details.

Prescribed Text

This French language course is based on Unit 4 (lesson 3) & Unit 5 (lessons 1 and 2) of the following text with the subsequent units from within this text covered in our French Level 5 class. This text(s) will be used during in-class activities and forms the basis for consolidation and practice between meetings.

Prescribed textbooks should only be purchased after confirmation is received from us that the course will proceed. This usually occurs up to 5 days prior to class commencement.

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This course has no current classes. Please join our waitlist and we will notify you when we have places available. Join Waitlist

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