The Intermediate classes consist of 2 semesters: fall and spring. The Intermediate classes are intended for students who have completed the Advanced Beginner classes or the Refresher classes, or have acquired equivalent knowledge through other activities or experiences.
Intermediate classes provide a reinforcement of the Advanced Beginner classes or Refresher classes while expanding on the uses and nuances of the present and the past tenses. Focus is given to comparing and contrasting the use of the Passé Composé and Imparfait. Students will be introduced to the Future and Conditional tenses. Students will polish their pronunciation and develop listening and conversational skills. Francophone culture is an integral part of the course.
Teacher: Daniella Hind
Class Time: Thursdays 6 PM to 8 PM
Location: Saint Anselm College, TBD
Dates: Sept 14 to Dec 7
Must have taken the fall class to participate in the spring semester. Please contact Pauline Grant at email@example.com or (603) 623-1093 to discuss possible placement.
You will need to purchase the following book for the Intermediate course : French Made Simple: Learn to Speak and Understand French Quickly and Easily by Pamela Rose Haze
You can purchase on line yourself or by clicking on the link below.
Advanced Intermediate classes consist of 2 semesters: fall and spring. The Advanced Intermediate classes are a continuation of the Intermediate classes. The Advanced Intermediate classes will provide a reinforcement of the Intermediate classes while expanding on the uses and nuances of the Indicative mood: Present, Past, Imperfect, Future and Conditional tenses. Since the emphasis is to improve pronunciation, listening and speaking skills, students taking these classes must be willing to speak French in class. These classes will provide ample opportunities to improve not only pronunciation, listening and speaking skills but also dictionary and translation skills. Students will learn the Passé Simple tense (the French literary past tense) and preview the Subjunctive mood. Francophone culture is an integral part of the course.
Class Time: TBD
Dates: Currently not offered for Spring 2017. Please contact Pauline Grant at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 623-1093 if interested in a class or for placement.
No text is required but a good French/English dictionary is required.
For more information, visit French Classes Policy.