Speak French Naturally with a Great Intermediate French Course in Paris
Who are the intermediate French lessons in Paris and online for?
The intermediate French lessons in Paris or on Skype are for students with
• fluency in French communication on a wide range of everyday situations
• one of the following qualifications: A2 or B1 of the European Framework for Languages (CEFR)
What are the objectives?
The objectives of the intermediate French course is to develop existing language skills further and to achieve the equivalent of B1+ level of the European Framework for Languages (CEFR).
By the end of the intermediate French lessons in Paris or online, you will:
• Understand authentic speech with ease and communicate with confidence on a variety of subjects using a wide range of vocabulary
• Improve your knowledge of French grammar in the different skills (written, spoken, reading and listening) while being in a French immersion in Paris
• Read extracts from authentic French texts with a good understanding
• Construct argumentative or discursive sentences in French, linking them together in a discussion by means of connective structures
• Write a number of complex texts in different registers with high degree of accuracy, employing a wide range of structures and vocabulary
How are the intermediate French classes taught?
• A communicative approach is used. All four skills (speaking, reading, listening and writing) are practised, with the main emphasis on speaking.
• Students engage in interactive language activities throughout their French Intermediate Course in Paris or online, participating in group and pair work according to a syllabus based on systematic grammatical progression.
• Students will also benefit from guidance and optional homework tasks offered by their online French teacher.
French conversation practice
• Giving your opinion
• Expressing your feelings (enthusiasm, reject)
• Comforting someone
• Interviewing someone
• Talking about a famous person
• Discussing personal issues
• Understanding recorded adverts
• Understanding written documents
• Indefinite adjectives and pronouns
• The subjunctive
• The pluperfect
• The passive voice
• Reported speech
• Indicators of time
• Formulating hypotheses and expressing condition