Advanced French: Studies in French Literature

In this course, students will refine their French while deepening their understanding of French literature and culture through the study of French literature. Prerequisite: Advanced French and permission of instructor. Please contact Meghan Licata for more details: megcashman@yahoo.com

Teacher: Meghan Licata
Class Time: Thursdays 6 PM to 8 PM
Location: Saint Anselm College, TBD
Dates: Sept 14 to Dec 7

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Advanced French Conversation

The Advanced French Conversation classes consist of 2 semesters: fall and spring.

The Advanced French Conversation classes were created to follow the Advanced French Grammar and Conversation classes or the Advanced Intermediate classes.  Emphasis will be on improving listening and speaking skills, therefore, students taking these classes must be willing to speak French in class.  Oral presentations and various paired group activities will provide ample opportunities for students to listen and speak an improve their pronunciation and accent.  Readings will serve as catalysts for conversation and expanding vocabulary.  Students taking these classes should have a working knowledge of basic tenses and grammatical structures.

Francophone culture is an integral part of the course.

No text is required, however, a good French/English dictionary is required.

Teacher: Pauline Grant
Class Time: Wednesdays 6 PM to 8 PM
Location:Saint Anselm College, TBD
Dates: Sept 13 to Dec 6 (No class on W Nov 22)

Must have taken the fall class to participate in the spring semester.  Please contact Pauline Grant at pgrant@facnh.com or (603) 623-1093 to discuss possible placement.

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Advanced French Grammar and Conversation

The Advanced French Grammar and Conversation classes consist of 2 semesters:  fall and spring.

These classes were created to follow the Advanced Intermediate classes.  Students taking these classes should be willing to speak French in class.

Students taking these classes should have a basic knowledge of French tenses and grammatical structure.  These classes were created for students who felt they needed more practice with grammar while focusing on improving their listening and speaking skills.

These classes will provide a thorough review and in depth study of the Indicative tenses:  Présent, Passé Composé, Imparfait, Futur and Conditionnel.  Other specific grammatical structures will be determined by the individual needs of the students in the class.

New material will include an introduction to the Passé Simple, Subjonctif and compound tense such as Plus-Que-Parfait, Futur Antérieur and Conditionnel Passé.

Francophone culture is an integral part of the course.

No text is required but a good French/English dictionary is necessary.

Teacher: Pauline Grant
Class Time: TBA Fall 2017
Location:
Dates:

Must have taken the fall class to participate in the spring semester.  Please contact Pauline Grant at pgrant@facnh.com or (603) 623-1093 to discuss possible placement.

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For more information, visit French Classes policy.