Conversational French Advanced
An advanced course for those with very good French language capabilities.
Why take this course?
This course is for those who have completed the Intermediate level course, or those who already have a good knowledge of French. The course aims to allow you to interact easily and fluently in French, meaning you can progress further in your conversations and interactions.
What you will experience
This course will build on your vocabulary, spoken and written skills so that you can converse and communicate at an advanced level. You will continue to explore the language in a safe, fun and structured learning environment. By the end of the course you should be able to:
- Discuss current affairs from the UK and France
- Speak and understand more about French culture
- Express opinions and make comparisons
- Describe events in the past and present (holidays, family events)
- Describe people
- Give advice
- Talk about plans and future events
- Express different feelings
Although there are no formal entry requirements, students should have completed the Conversational French (Intermediate) course or have significant previous knowledge of the language.
What you need to know
Students will be asked to purchase a textbook, selected by the tutor, after the first meeting of the class.
Please note, this course is not eligible for fee waiver and may not be eligible for ILA funding.
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