Course Summary

French Elementary 2 is a course for beginners. The content of the course has been selected to suit prospective travellers, people wanting to interact socially with the French-speaking community both in Melbourne and overseas, or those who would like to try learning a new language for enjoyment and cultural insight.

Course Content

This course covers general topics such as:

  • get to know people; where they come from
  • use of prepositions to talk about a city, en France, au Canada, etc
  • use of prepositions to locate a place: sur, sous, dans
  • use of other articles
  • introduction and use of the verb aller, venir & prendre
  • use of negation
  • use of demonstrative adjectives: ce, cet, cette, ces
  • use of questions
  • express means of transport

Course Outcomes

By the end of this course, the student will be able to:

  • name countries and towns using the right article
  • name and locate places in a city
  • use of prepositions to indicate the location of things
  • talk about different types of accommodation
  • say where you live and come from

Materials required

If you are new to Elementary 2, this is the link to purchase the book:

Cosmopolite 1: Textbook, Workbook, and Parcours Digital (online activities). French language course for adult beginners featuring language and culture studied in authentic situations from the French-speaking world. Linked to the Common European Framework of Languages (CEFRL). Hachette. ISBN 978-2-01-401597-3.

***Cancellations or postponements are notified 48 hours before class commencement. Please consider this before purchasing class materials***

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Course Sessions

Wednesday, 5th June - 8 classes

Session ID DLAT8904C
5 Jun - 24 Jul 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location CBD
Session Fees
$385 / $366 (conc)
Catherine Vaillant

Monday, 26th August - 8 classes

Session ID DLAT8906C
26 Aug - 14 Oct 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location CBD
Session Fees
$385 / $366 (conc)
Lachlan Dorse

French Elementary 1 or equivalent of about 20 hours of previous study

Last updated: June 25, 2024 12:40pm