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Weekly French Courses this Autumn including our popular Citizenship course Autumn 2021

We’re pleased to share with you our autumn calendar for our French group courses.

If you’re keen to work on your French in a group environment, here are the details of our upcoming group courses over the 3 months.

 

AUTUMN WEEKLY COURSES 13th September – 10th December 2021

 

1h30 per week over 10 weeks (apart from Beginner plus – see below)

(2/3 week break during October half-term depending on which day your group is and which day the bank holidays fall)

 

Levels:

(See below for our level guide. If you want us to help you assessing your level, please email us so we can send you an evaluation)

 

Beginner Plus (A1.2)

This course runs twice a week over 5 weeks Tuesdays and Thursdays 08.45-10.15/09.00-10.30

 

Elementary (A1.3)

Thursdays 11.00-12.30

10 weeks (no lessons on 28th Oct and 4th and 11th Nov)

 

Elementary plus (A2.2) :

Thursdays 10.30-12.00

10 weeks (no lessons on 28th Oct and 4th and 11th Nov)

 

Lower intermediate (A2.3):

Tuesdays 10.30 – 12:00

10 weeks (no lessons on 26th Oct and 2nd Nov)

 

Citizenship (B1 min):

Mondays 10.30 – 12:00

10 weeks (no lessons on 25th Oct and 1st and 8th Nov)

 

Cost: 310€ (or 249€ for people living and working in the valley/299€ for the citizenship course)

Dont miss out, last few spaces! Contact us on info@alpinefrenchschool.com.

 

If you are employed or self-employed, you may be entitled to government funding for our autumn weekly groups.

Email us on budgets@alpinefrenchschool.com before Friday 3rd September so we can possibly apply for government-funding for you.

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

The Alpine French School Team

 

 

 

How do I know my level?

 

Beginner plus:

You can introduce yourself, but you want to learn how to ask questions, use verbs in the present and say what you do on a regular basis and learn to make your own sentences.

 

Elementary:

You know how to introduce yourself can ask questions and talk about yourself in the present (describing your routine, asking general questions to people), but you want to learn how to speak in the past and say what you have done.

 

Elementary Plus

You can speak in the present and you know how to use the past but you want to go further so you can tell stories. You need to practise and be comfortable in your conversations and develop your vocab to use more complex expressions.

 

Lower intermediate

You can speak in the future, in the past and present but you want to learn more tenses to tell stories as you struggle to say things such as ‘he was running when I saw him..’ ‘I was watching telly whilst they were playing’.. And discover what pronouns are (You give me, I speak to you…)

 

Citizenship

You are comfortable speaking in all tenses and you have a B1 level (minimum) but you need to learn about French culture, history and mindset so you can prepare for your Citizenship interview.

This course is suitable for people who are simply interested to learn more about France and French culture.


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