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French 3

By the end of this course, you will be able to say more about your professional and social life; you will be able to use the phone and write simple messages; you will also have a reasonable feel for the main patterns of the language.

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Description

Unit 1 - Birthdays - You will be able to talk about giving things to people in French, and both ask and answer questions using “how?”.
Unit 2 - Our office - You will be able to refer to the things you find in an office, and say more about professional life.
Unit 3 - At the post office - You will be able to use the services of a post office and talk about communications in general.
Unit 4 - Preparing food - You will be able to talk about things in the kitchen in French and say how you prepare food.
Unit 5 - Eating out - You will be able to discuss a choice of restaurant using French and make a booking by phone, as well as handling the situation when you arrive; you’ll also be able to talk about having to do something.
Unit 6 - Accommodation - You will be able to talk about different types of accommodation using your French, make a reservation by phone and talk generally about things you are able to do.
Unit 7 - Nightlife - You will be able to make, accept and decline offers, especially in relation to going out in the evening, and talk about things you want to do in French.
Unit 8 - Keeping in touch - You will be able to compose a simple letter or e-mail in French and discuss the kind of points often covered in correspondence with friends.
Unit 9 - What do you do at work? - You will be able to discuss your job, talk about your preferences and make contrasts between what you like and don’t like.
Unit 10 - Meeting people - You will be able to meet and introduce people using French in a social or business setting, and exchange simple conversation.

(Please note that the information here may change slightly, since we make ongoing revisions to our course material in the light of client feedback, and may also adjust it to suit the needs of particular classes.)