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French

Tutor: Brigitte Murthwaite
Level 1 Tuesday 12.15-2.15
Designed for complete novices to help them speak and understand French, together with an introduction to France and the French way of life.

Level 2 Thursday 2.30-4.30
This course is for those who have some knowledge of the language and wish to make further progress.

Level 3 Tuesday 10-12
This course is aimed at learners who have a reasonable knowledge of the French language or have completed French Level 2 and wish to progress further.

Level 4 Wednesday 10-12

This course is aimed at learners who have a good knowledge of the French language or have completed French Level 3. As much as possible of the lessons and audio-visuals will be in French.

Level 5 Wednesday 2.30-4.30
This course is for learners who have a good conversational grasp of the language, as most of the course is conducted in French. Aspects of the country and its culture are also discussed.

Tutor: Claire Van Der Pauw
Level 3A Friday 10-12
Level 3B Monday 12.15-2.15
Building on previous knowledge from level 1 or 2. These courses aim to improve your French conversational skills by focusing on the written and spoken language, with additional emphasis on grammar.