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Drop-in French Conversation Lessons.

Would you like to learn French in a comfortable and friendly environment? Would you like to develop strategies to speak with confidence? Then join us for one of our weekly drop-in French lesson.

This group will help you acquire French skills to speak French with native speakers in places like Paris and Montréal. My method is to encourage you by speaking French in small groups, by expressing yourself on different topics and listening to others. I will coach you and correct your pronunciation and structure. Some grammar will be explained during each lesson but the emphasis will be on conversation. I will help you learn French autonomously and coach you to find tools to speak French more fluently.

If you make an effort to study, do some homework, read and watch vidéos in French, progress is guaranteed.

If you need a private lesson in your workplace or need to get prepared for your French evaluation with the Government of Canada or the TEF, contact me at pierregilbert@bell.net or visit my website at http://www.onsitelanguages.com .

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Pierre Gilbert
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Drop-in French Conversation lessons

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BEGINNER 3 low room 403

Anderson College

CA$15.00

BEGINNER 3 IS FOR PEOPLE THAT ALREADY KNOW THE THREE BASIC TENSES, DEFINIT PAST, PRESENT AND NEAR FUTURE TENSES. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This level is for people that already have a good knowledge of simple tenses in French. You need to know the present tense of irregular verbs ( aller, prendre, pouvoir, etc.), the definite past (passé composé) and the near future. In this level you will talk and describe your activities in the past, talk about your day to day life and talk about your project using the simple future tense. You will also express your opinion on different topics, develop vocabulary to speak with more confidence and learn how to get around in a French environment like Montréal and Paris. Functional Objectives: - Giving informations - To relate past events and future events - Express basic opinion - Make a request Location: Anderson College, 180 Bloor St West, 4th Floor, Toronto. When: Every Wednesday from 7:30 to 8:00pm Cost: $15.00 per lesson $135.00 for 10 lessons (one lesson free) Buy your pass at: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=G8YK7A2BZ8698 Pick-up your pass when attending your next French lesson. Textbook: Alter ego 1 We recommend that you buy your own book. You can order it on Amazon: Alter ego 1: méthode de français You can also download the book at: https://archive.org/stream/FrenchAlterEgoA1Plus2012/Alter_Ego_1_Eleve#page/n11/mode/2up Join us! Your teacher Anne Michaux Parking: There is a Green P parking lot at 9 Bedford Road, http://parking.greenp.com/parking-info/carpark-info/58_9-bedford-road-hotel-intercontinental.html

BEGINNER 2 room 405

Anderson College

CA$15.00

Prerequisite: Beginner 1 To take that level, you need to know some irregular verbs like to go, to do, can, want and must. In the level, you will learn how to express your day-to day-life. The teacher will teach you how to talk about your work and your personal activities. Get ready to socialize in a small group. The teacher will help you learn French autonomously and coach you to find tools to speak French. The lessons will help you acquire skills to speak French with native speakers in places like Paris and Montreal. Lessons are designed for a small group, which is the best way to learn and develop your confidence. You will be encouraged to actively speak during each lesson. You will have personal attention and guidance. It will give you a glimpse of the rich language that has so much to offer. You will improve your French in a comfortable, friendly, stress-free environment. If you make an effort to study and be exposed to French like watching TV, progress is fast and guaranteed. This course has a lot to offer; not only the French language as it is but all the French culture which is rich in history, art, music and more. COURSE CONTENT: Functional Objectives: - To ask and to give simple routine information - To talk about one’s activities in the past - To describe workplace objects - make a reservation - To talk about colleagues and family - To express ownership Grammatical Objectives: ־ Present tense - Past simple tense - Near future ־ Interrogative form ־ Object pronouns ־ Verbs: vouloir, pouvoir and devoir Location: Anderson College, 180 Bloor St West, 4th Floor, Toronto. When: Every Wednesday from 7:30 to 9:00 pm Cost: $15.00 per lesson $135.00 for 10 lessons (one lesson free) Buy your pass at: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=G8YK7A2BZ8698 Pick-up your pass when attending your next French lesson. Textbook: Alter ego 1 We recommend that you buy your own book. You can order it on Amazon: Alter ego 1: méthode de français You can also download the book at: https://archive.org/stream/FrenchAlterEgoA1Plus2012/Alter_Ego_1_Eleve#page/n11/mode/2up Ressources: YouTube, Learn French with Alexa at https://youtu.be/hd0_GZHHWeE Parking: There is a Green P parking lot at 9 Bedford Road, http://parking.greenp.com/parking-info/carpark-info/58_9-bedford-road-hotel-intercontinental.html

ADVANCED COMPREHENSIVE room 402

Anderson College

CA$15.00

Course description: This course is designed for advanced students (B2 level) who are looking for a structured approach to improving their vocabulary and grammar. Each class focuses on a specific theme or topic area. Using each topic as a base, you will learn the vocabulary and grammatical structures applicable to the topic. The instructor will coach you on your pronunciation and oral expression. Through the use of both oral and written exercises, you will have the opportunity to practice your skills in a supportive environment. Location: Anderson College, 180 Bloor St West, 4th Floor, Toronto. When: Every Wednesday from 6:00 to 7:25pm Cost: $15.00 per lesson $135.00 for 10 lessons (one lesson free) Buy your pass at: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=G8YK7A2BZ8698 Pick-up your pass when attending your next French lesson. Join us Your teacher Ghislain Parking: There is a Green P parking lot at 9 Bedford Road, http://parking.greenp.com/parking-info/carpark-info/58_9-bedford-road-hotel-intercontinental.html

Absolute beginner room 402

Anderson College

CA$15.00

New French class for absolute beginner Get ready to learn French from scratch and interact with French people. After a few weeks of training, you will be able to introduce yourself, greet others and express the most basic information about your day-to day-life. You will also learn how to ask for direction, order in a restaurant, make a purchase and how to interact with French people. Lessons are designed for a small group, which is the best way to learn and develop your confidence. You will be encouraged to actively speak during each lesson. You will have personal attention and guidance. It will give you a glimpse of the rich language that has so much to offer. You will improve your French in a comfortable, friendly, stress-free environment. If you make an effort to study and be exposed to French like watching TV, progress is fast and guaranteed. Location: Anderson College, 180 Bloor St West, 4th Floor, Toronto. When: Every Thursday from 7:30 - 9:00 pm Cost: $15.00 per lesson $135.00 for 10 lessons (one lesson free) Buy your pass at: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=G8YK7A2BZ8698 Pick-up your pass when attending your next French lesson. Textbook: Alter ego 1 We recommend that you buy your own book. You can order it on Amazon: Alter ego 1: méthode de français You can also download the book at: https://archive.org/stream/FrenchAlterEgoA1Plus2012/Alter_Ego_1_Eleve#page/n11/mode/2up Ressources: YouTube, Learn French with Alexa at https://youtu.be/hd0_GZHHWeE Thanks Pierre COURSE CONTENT: Functional Objectives: - recognize basic sounds, rhythms and intonation of French - greet others - introduce oneself and others - become aware of communication strategies - ask and give for personal information - give one’s position, title and name of company - talk about family - locate objects and people in space - talk about one’s activities in day to day life Grammatical Objectives: - subject pronouns - definite and indefinite articles - basic prepositions - present tense - interrogative forms - negative forms Parking: There is a Green P parking lot at 9 Bedford Road, http://parking.greenp.com/parking-info/carpark-info/58_9-bedford-road-hotel-intercontinental.html

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BEGINNER advanced room 404

Anderson College

CA$15.00

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