French Intermediate Level 2

CCOM 2085

Expand and improve your French conversational skills with this Intermediate Level class. To get the full benefit of this class, you should be able to form simple sentences and understand the gist of a conversation at a normal speed, if it is about a familiar topic. You should be able to talk in the present, past and future tenses, and be able to discuss your daily routine, as well as the weather. You are also capable of introducing yourself, and your family and friends. It's recommended that you complete French Intermediate I or have an equivalent knowledge of the language. Voilà!

“I love Antonio! He's going to get me to where I need to be.” Lindy Little

To help you choose your course level, please complete this downloadable self-test, with attached answers.

Materials: The course textbook is: "Alter Ego, Méthode de français A2" by Annie Berthet (paperback) First Edition (2006) - hachette français langue étrangère. This book is available on Amazon (please note that the CD or workbook is optional).

Instructor: Antonio De Lellis
Time: 7:30 - 9:00 pm
Dates: (WINTER) Mondays, January 22 - April 16, 2018 (10 weeks) (no class Feb 19, Mar. 5, & Apr. 2)
Location: Rm. 256, Carleton Hall, 19 MacAulay Lane, UNB Fredericton Campus (click here for campus map)
Course fee: $179 (no HST)

instructor Antonio De LellisAbout the Instructor:

Antonio De Lellis has been teaching French and Italian since 1984. He has taught with Confederation College in Thunder Bay, Dalhousie University in Halifax, Athène Language training in Fredericton, St. Thomas University, Okanagan College in Vernon B.C. and UNB, where he’ll be returning this coming Spring. Antonio has a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours, specializing in Languages.

Register for the Jan. 23 - Apr. 3, 2018 class

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