Do you know how to introduce yourself and others in French? Maybe you know how to make simple sentences in present tense and identify some masculine and feminine objects?
In part 2, you’ll learn vocabulary useful for making reservations, shopping and using public transport. You’ll learn to express likes and dislikes and talk about events in the ‘near future’, le future proche.
You’ll learn regular verbs ending in -ir and -re in the present tense and you’ll be introduced to the passé composé.
Over the 10 weekly lessons, you’ll begin to build your own sentences and practise using them in conversation, through role-play, activities and homework.
Who is it for?
This course is the second of three beginners modules. It is ideal if you are practically (but not quite) new to French (approximately 20 hours of learning). You may have completed part 1 of the course or studied a little French elsewhere. See our edibility section for more details.
Find out more about our French courses
This course takes place one evening a week at 18:30 for 10 weeks.
- A great place to start if you know the very basics
- Taught by expert tutors at a leading London university
- Follows the European framework for language learning.