Our French language classes are organised during the evenings and on Saturdays
The A1 is the first introduction of the French language to absolute beginners. At this level, learners start discovering the French language at the basic level. By the end of this program, learners will be able have simple interactions, to speak about themselves and about their immediate environment.
Administrative importance : The A1 level is asked for the 4 years titre de séjour. This can be justified with a DELF, TCF or an equivalent certificate of A1....Read More
The A2 is called as the survival level. At this level, learners know how to have a small friendly or professional conversation with someone and can manage in a shop, office, or in the street asking for directions.
Administrative importance : The A2 level is needed for the the 10 years carte de résident. This can be justified with a DELF, TCF or an equivalent certificate of A2....Read More
The B1 is the threshold level where learners are able to have longer conversations provided others are speaking slowly and with a clear pronunciation. Learners are able to give their opinion during a friendly conversation and able to convey his main idea.
Administrative importance : For obtaining the French nationality, one will need to have an B1 level in French. This can be justified with a DELF, TCF or an equivalent certificate of B1....Read More
The B2 level aims at making learners independent in French. They are able to defend his arguments and explain himself better during a discussion. They can give their point of view and can give pros and cons of other people's views. They can structure a logical argument, and can debate around cause, consequence and hypothetical situations. They can actively take part in informal discussions, giving clearly their point of view, and evaluate the possible choices and hypothesis.
Administrative importance : To study in the French universities, one will need to have an B2 level in French. This can be justified with a DELF, TCF or an equivalent certificate of B2....Read More
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