8 Weeks on Tuesdays: April 13th – June 1st 2021
3:00 – 3:40 pm (GMT + 2)
Registration begins on April 1st and ends on April 11th 2021
Class size is limited. Sign up now to save your spot.
When you are in the beginning stages of learning French, the best thing to do is to start with the most basic and useful grammar and vocabulary that is used every day. In this eight-week course, you will learn how to begin speaking French using the four most essential irregular verbs in the French language as well as loads of regular verbs. Scroll down to have a look at the course content and schedule.
You will learn useful themed vocabulary and other basic grammar so that you can feel confident putting all of the words together and speaking in complete sentences.
Prior to meeting every Tuesday for 8 weeks in 40 minute Zoom sessions, you will have access to our Google Classroom. I will send you the link to join the class as early as April 5th (or later if you sign up after that date). All of the course material will be saved there for you to work on the week’s lesson before our meeting.
It only costs €99 to sign up for this 8 week course. Every lesson includes the following:
- Lesson guide(s) including all rules and examples
- Audio or video lessons
- Practice cards + answer keys – You’re going to love these!
- Online quizzes that you can take more than once
- Vocabulary lists + Quizlet study sets to practice and master all of it
- Bookmark study cards – So handy to have around!
- 40 minutes of practice time in a group setting on Zoom
- Jennifer will be present every week to answer all of your questions
As this is a group course, you will be divided into groups of 3-4 to work on the material together (answer keys will be provided). I will very regularly check in with each group to answer any questions, to explain tricky situations, and to help out with pronunciation.
8 WEEK COURSE SCHEDULE AND CONTENT
🎯 Cours n°1 – Tuesday, April 13th
– Definite articles – How to say “the”
– Subject pronouns – I, you, he, she, etc.
– Verbs ending in ER – Learn to conjugate regular French verbs
– Vocabulary – List of common regular ER verbs
🎯 Cours n°2- Tuesday, April 20th
– Il y a – This is & There are
– The verb avoir – An essential irregular verb
– Vocabulary – Basic Body Parts
– Vocabulary – Avoir Expressions
🎯 Cours n°3- Tuesday, April 27th
– Indefinite articles – A, an, some
– C’est vs Il est – Essential French expressions
– Vocabulary – Descriptive adjectives
🎯 Cours n°4- Tuesday, May 4th
– The verb être – An essential irregular verb
– Vocabulary – Emotions
– Vocabulary – Prepositions of Location
🎯 Cours n°5- Tuesday, May 11th
– Verbs ending in IR – Learn to conjugate regular French verbs
– Vocabulary – List of common regular IR verbs
🎯 Cours n°6- Tuesday, May 18th
– The verb aller – An essential irregular verb
– Aller + infinitive – Speaking about the near future
– Vocabulary – City
🎯 Cours n°7- Tuesday, May 25th
– The verb faire – An essential irregular verb
– Vocabulary – Faire Expressions
🎯 Cours n°8- Tuesday, June 1st
– Être, Aller, Avoir, Faire, ER verbs, IR verbs – Review