French Intermediate Stage 3 (Nicole Laugier) - Northern Beaches Community College

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French Intermediate Stage 3 (Nicole Laugier)

Course Outline:


This course is designed for students who have completed over 2 years of studies. Students have a sound knowledge of the main tenses (présent, futur proche, passé composé, imparfait and an understanding of conditionnel) and have a reasonable level of vocabulary. In that class, we will continue to build up all aspects of the language (grammar, reading and writing) in a step by step manner along with constant revisions throughout the Term. The course is divided into 2 parts: grammar and conversation as practice makes it perfect! Students will be encouraged to talk and should be able to enter unprepared into conversation on different topics that are familiar (everyday life, current events, travel …). Mistakes will be pointed out and based on that, grammar will be reinforced. Active participation is required. Homework will be assigned.
This Term, we will learn: the “discours indirect” at the present and past tense / the expression of the “condition, opposition, concession” (+ subjonctif) / and general revisions.

What to Bring:


. La Grammaire en Dialogues - Niveau intermédiaire (B1) - by Claire Miquel
CLE INTERNATIONAL - ISBN (2018): 978-209-038062-0

. La Grammaire Progressive du Francais - Niveau intermédiaire (A2/B1) - 4ème edition avec
680 exercices - by Maia Grégoire/Odile Thiévenaz - CLE INTERNATIONAL
ISBN: 978-209-038103-0

Recommended Suppliers:

Abbey's bookshop - York Street (in the CBD)

About The Tutor:

Nicole Laugier is a French national who grew up and was educated in France. Nicole has been a private tutor for the past 20 years mainly in Australia and Asia. She has also taught as a primary school teacher in New Caledonia (1986-1988). Nicole has taught at Mosman Community College for many years where she enjoys sharing the different aspects of the French language and the different facets of the French culture. Nicole is accredited by the French Alliance (DAEFLE).

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.

Contact us

Brookvale Campus: Level 1, 14 William Street,
Brookvale NSW 2100
Office Hours: 9.00am to 5.00pm, Mon to Fri

Post: NBCC Reply Paid 1966, Dee Why NSW 2099

Phone: 02 9970 1000

Registered Training Organisation Code 90113