This is a level for students that already know the basic in French. Get ready to speak more French and interact with native French people.
You will learn how to express some 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
$15.00 per lesson
$135.00 for 10 lessons (one lesson free)
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Pick-up your pass when attending your next French lesson.
Textbook: Alter ego + A1 page 14 to 37
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
YouTube, Learn French with Alexa at https://youtu.be/hd0_GZHHWeE
- 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
- 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