This is a live, interactive course delivered via Google Classroom/Google Meet. By the end of this course, you will be able to refer to future and past events and describe some of these in sequence; your range of vocabulary will have increased to include some areas outside the everyday.
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Unit 1 - Now and in 50 years - You will be able to talk about future events, also predict the form of certain “international” words.
Unit 2 - Making promises - You will be able to make promises and also explain in French what will happen if something else happens.
Unit 3 - From bad habits to good - You will be able to talk about never or no longer doing things, also give and understand various measurements.
Unit 4 - The theft - You will be able to use French to describe a simple event in the past, more specifically, talk about crimes.
Unit 5 - Yesterday - You will be able to describe in French what you did the previous day, and use a range of expressions relating to past events.
Unit 6 - Making a report - You will be able to describe what has been happening in your company, talk about things improving or deteriorating, and also issue warnings.
Unit 7 - The interview - You will be able to ask and answer questions in French as if in an interview situation; you will also be able to talk about the key events in your life.
Unit 8 - The news - You will be able to understand simple news reports in French and also summarise these yourself; you’ll also be able to use more vocabulary relating to the media.
Unit 9 - Moving house - You will be able to discuss types of accommodation and make comparisons; you will also know how to talk about letting and renting accommodation.
Unit 10 - On the road - You will be able to describe driving by car in French and also ask for help with breakdowns.
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