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.
29 April10 weeks, Wed 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Session 1Wed 29 Apr 19:00 - Wed 29 Apr 20:30Auckland
Session 2Wed 06 May 19:00 - Wed 06 May 20:30Auckland
Session 3Wed 13 May 19:00 - Wed 13 May 20:30Auckland
Session 4Wed 20 May 19:00 - Wed 20 May 20:30Auckland
Session 5Wed 27 May 19:00 - Wed 27 May 20:30Auckland
Session 6Wed 03 Jun 19:00 - Wed 03 Jun 20:30Auckland
Session 7Wed 10 Jun 19:00 - Wed 10 Jun 20:30Auckland
Session 8Wed 17 Jun 19:00 - Wed 17 Jun 20:30Auckland
Session 9Wed 24 Jun 19:00 - Wed 24 Jun 20:30Auckland
Session 10Wed 01 Jul 19:00 - Wed 01 Jul 20:30AucklandAuckland
- If paid 14 days prior: $369.00 incl. GST
- $399.00 incl. GST
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.
(Please note that the information here may change slightly, since we make ongoing revisions to our course material in the light of client feedback, and may also adjust it to suit the needs of particular classes.)
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