To get the year off to a good start, we're offering a 25-hour package of French courses. The course will run for 10 weeks, at a rate of 2 hours and 30 minutes per week, every Sunday from 9.30am to 12pm. If you miss a lesson, don't worry, the group will have access to a one-drive, and after each lesson we'll provide everything you need to study at home. At the end of the 10-week course we'll give you our 40-page PDF to practice for the DELF A1/A2 exam for those of you who want to take it.
⇩ Below is the list of bonuses 
who teaches the courses ?
Gian did her master's degree in philosophy in France. she has also taught French at the university and has given language trainings to bank employees abroad. And Gael, a native French speaker.


How do I reserve my place and pay ?
All you have to do is fill in the google forms by CLICKING HERE. once the information has been filled in, we'll send you an e-mail with our bank details. once you've paid (3000 php), we'll send you the google meet link (which will be the same for all sessions) to join the meetings (no need to install any software, you can access it directly via your internet browser).
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeAiqve9a9UrmlsNBTMg62jx2429LNXI7P5tCoNBFLUqVFxcg/viewform


What happens if I miss one or more classes ?
We know it's difficult to be available for such a long period of time, but rest assured, as stated above, everything seen during the course will be available in the group's google drive.


If I arrive late, can I still join the session ?
Yes, of course, even if you arrive at the end of the course you will be accepted.


THE SCHEDULE
sunday february 11 - 9:30 AM sunday february 18 - 9:30 AM sunday february 25 - 9:30 AM sunday march 03 - 9:30 AM sunday march 10 - 9:30 AM sunday march 17 - 9:30 AM sunday march 24 - 9:30 AM sunday march 31 - 9:30 AM sunday april 07 - 9:30 AM Sunday April 14 - 9:30 AM


THE PROGRAM
- L’alphabet (The alphabet)
- Les salutations, et le vouvoiement (Greetings and polite conversation)
- Les pays, les nationalités et savoir choisir entre du, de, des ou d’ (Countries, nationalities and choosing between du, de, des or d')
- Les jours de la semaine (Days of the week)
- Les mois de l’année (Months of the year)
- Apprendre à compter (Learning to count)
- La famille (The family)
- Les pronoms sujets (Subject Pronouns)
- Les adjectifs possessifs (Possessive adjectives)
- Savoir différencier son et sont (Differentiating between son and sont)
- Les métiers (Occupations)
- Les prépositions des villes et des pays (City and country prepositions)
- A ou à (A or à)
- Les légumes (Vegetables)
- la négation et la restriction (The negation and restriction)
- Les verbes en ER, IR, RE (Verbs)
- Les présent simple et le présent continu (Present and present continuous)
- Le passé récent et le futur proche (The recent past and near future)
- Les couleurs (Colors)
- Les expressions idiomatiques les plus utilisées (Most frequently used idiomatic expressions)
- Poser une question fermée et ouverte (Asking closed and open questions)
- Savoir dire et lire l’heure (Telling and reading the time)
- Les verbes pronominaux (Pronominal verbs)

- Articles définis et indéfinis (Definite and indefinite articles)
- C’est ou s’est (C'est or s'est)
- Préposition de lieu et de localisation (Prepositions of place and location)
- Savoir indiquer son chemin (How to find your way)
- Les articles partitifs (Partitive articles)
- Commander au restaurant (Ordering in a restaurant)
- Les lieux (Places)
- Le langage SMS (Text lingo)
- Parler de ses loisirs (Talk about hobbies)
 If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us via our facebook page, or by e-mail.
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