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Not quite ready for Level 2, but want to avoid restarting with Level 1? Take this two and a half hour workshop, were we'll review and help you solidify all the material from Level 1. This is perfect for those who want a little more time reviewing all of the concepts from Level 1 if you were learning them for the first time or for those who definitely don't need to sta
Your French is impressive, you probably spent some time in France or studied it for a long time. You want to maintain your conversation skills, learn more about French culture and meet fellow francophiles.
Level 1 is taught in English and is for those who want to start at the very beginning with French or for those who took a little bit of French in high school. If you’ve never taken a language class before, don’t worry – we will walk you through the basics and explain verb conjugations, vocab learning tips, etc.
Level 2 is for those who have studied French before, even if it's been a while. Level 2 is right for you if you can say a few things about yourself in French, even if only at a basic level in the present tense with a limited vocabulary.
You can hold your own in basic conversation, and explain what you did yesterday or last year, using the right tense. You are ready to take your French further.
Not quite ready for Level 3? Take this two and a half hour workshop, were we'll review and help you solidify all the material from Levels 1 and 2. This is perfect for those who want a little more time reviewing all of the concepts from Level 2 if you were learning them for the first time or for those who need a refresher of all the basics before restarting your French
Level 3 is for those who are starting to feel comfortable speaking in the present tense, as well as for those who have basic knowledge of how the main past tense works (j'ai mangé, j’ai finí, etc.).
Level 5 focuses on solidifying major grammar points and is meant to gear you up for Advanced Conversation Practice.
Level 4 students are fairly comfortable putting together sentences in the present and the main past tenses and are starting to understand how the conditional (il voyagerait, for example) and future (il voyagera, for example) tenses work.
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Students attending this class will review basic grammar as needed, and more advanced grammar is presented (including the dreaded subjunctive tense), but at least half of each lesson is dedicated to conversation practice.
You will learn colloquial French and build your comprehension and speaking.
This introductory French course, taught by Marie Lipp, is fun and practical and will have you speaking French from the very first class.
This course is for people who are absolute beginners, or who studied French a long time ago and want to brush up on the basics.
At this point, you mostly need conversation practice and to polish up your already extensive grammar skills. Your French is solid, you want to keep expanding your vocab and improving the fluidity of your speech.
You have never taken French before, or you have, long ago, but you don't remember much of it. Get started and sign up for our beginner level class!
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