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French Intermediate Level C (In-person)

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Advance your French language skills today!

Improve your fluency in conversational French and/or work toward achieving the equivalent of the Federal government’s Level C for oral proficiency. To get the full benefit of this class, it is recommended that you complete French Intermediate Level B or have the equivalent knowledge of the language.

French Intermediate Level C expands and improves your French conversational skills developed in the French Intermediate Level B class. While reading and writing skills will be touched upon, you will focus on oral language skills.

For this course, you should be able to:

  • Sustain a conversation on concrete topics
  • Report on actions taken
  • Give straightforward instructions to employees
  • Provide factual descriptions and explanations

According to the Federal government’s website, “Level C is the level of second language oral proficiency for positions that require handling sensitive situations where the understanding and expression of subtle, abstract, or complicated ideas are required or where unfamiliar work-related topics must be dealt with.

A person speaking at this level can:

  • Support opinions
  • Understand and express hypothetical and conditional ideas

For more detailed information, please see the following websites:

No materials are required.

Course details

Fall 2022

Dates/Times: Thursdays, Sept. 29 to Dec. 1, 2022 (10 weeks)
7:45 p.m. - 9:15 p.m. | In-person
Course Code: CCOM 2706
Location: UNB Fredericton Campus
9 MacAulay Lane, Tilley Hall, Room 124 (Campus Map)
Price: $195 (No HST)
Instructor: Aimable Rwamucyo

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About the instructors

Aimable Rwamucyo has over 15 years of experience in teaching French as a second language to adults with more than 12,000 hours in classroom. For most of his work, he has primarily taught the PFL2 program to employees from the Government of Canada and to members of the Canadian Armed Forces. In addition, he holds a bachelor degree in communication from the University of Ottawa and has taken advanced courses in andragogy. He is therefore aptly suited to deliver French courses at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. Under his tutelage, his students thrive in a positive learning environment.

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