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Beginners classes

The beginners classes are divided into two levels, 1A and 1B. The level 1A is suitable for adults who have never learnt French before or for those who have some basic knowledge of the language. The level 1B is suitable for adults who have completed the course 1A or for those who already know the basics and the basic structure of the language and.

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  •  Beginners
  •  Saturday
  •  9 weeks program
  •  8 maximum per class
  •  Marylebone office
  •  2h per week
  •  Between 9:00 to 12:00
  •  £325
  •  2 levels (1A & 1B)
  •  Taster available

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Unique method

Our unique method follow the European Framework Of Reference For Languages and put the emphasis on the things you need to know to take part in real life situations. Unlike other methods, it is really made by level in order to ensure a clear progress in your learning. The things presented in each level are the things that level of proficiency needs to know to move to the next one. Our method give you a good understanding of each grammar concept treated in the books, before moving to the next one, instead of touching on lot of grammar concepts at the same time. This way, you have a strong grammatical base on which you can keep building your knowledge. Speaking is introduced at an early stage to help you build your confidence. We strongly believe that this is the key to speaking French for real.


The 1A syllabus

  •  The basics
  •  Numbers
  •  More about numbers
  •  Time topic
  •  Weather topic
  •  Simple articles
  •  Contracted articles
  •  Masculine, feminine, plural
  •  The basic structure of sentences
  •  Negative sentences
  •  It is and he is
  •  To go and to do

The 1B syllabus

  •  First group verbs
  •  Connective words
  •  Extended sentences
  •  Second group verbs
  •  Irregular verbs
  •  Modal verbs and prepositions
  •  Pronominal verbs
  •  Speaking
  •  Forming questions
  •  Conditional and politeness
  •  Speaking
  •  Continuous present

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