Part 3, the final module in this course, will push your language skills in new and imaginative ways. Taking part in class discussions, you’ll be asked to express your opinions using arguments and debates. Alongside activities focused on speaking and listening, you’ll also apply practical skills in reading and writing, through drafting letters and emails.
You’ll practice grammar, such as subjunctive and irregular constructions, adverbs and negative sentences. You’ll also learn about current affairs and politics so you can hold complex conversations with native French speakers.
On completion of the 10-weeks, you should be communicating at CEFR B2.
Who is it for?
If you are already working at CEFR B1 level, or have approximately 220 hours of prior formal learning, this is the right course for you. You may have a good A-level in French or completed part 2 of the course. More information is contained in the eligibility section below.
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This course takes place one evening a week at 18:30 for 10 weeks.
- Complete the upper intermediate level and communicate at CEFR B2
- Hone your French speaking and listening skills, developing nuance and sophistication through discussion and debate
- Learn as part of small group, allowing more time for participation and individual tutor feedback
- Delivered by experience and qualified tutors.