Important Announcement

All group and private classes are taught online through March 2021. The Alliance office is virtual, and Kamm House is open only by appointment. Please contact us at info@afportland.org. 

  • French Classes

French Classes for Adults

Adult classes (18+) are taught in French by a native-fluent instructor in a stress-free, exam-free environment. General classes emphasize oral and written comprehension and production. Themed classes and workshops hone in on specific linguistic and cultural skills. Textbooks and course materials are available for purchase at the Alliance.

In response to COVID19, the Alliance is keeping its social distance by only offering online classes until further notice. See you online!

French à la carte

Join fellow francophones for French à la carte – theme and topic specific workshops orchestrated online by an Alliance Française teacher. Choose among core French language skills workshops and cultural discussions. Levels range from A1 to C1. Drop in for a single session or take a series of four. All sessions run an hour and a half.

In response to COVID19, the Alliance is keeping its social distance by only offering online classes until further notice. See you online!

Review Classes

Our review classes are designed to help you transition to the next level after a long summer break: comprehensive review of the coursework, ideal for finishing out the summer term as well as preparing for the fall.

True Beginner French Classes

These are classes for true beginners or for persons resuming their studies after a long period (and who did not have a significant foundation). The course covers greetings; introductions; nationalities; numbers; expressing preferences; possession; "tu" vs. "vous" forms of address; the near future; -ER conjugations; basic irregular verbs.

In response to COVID19, the Alliance is keeping its social distance by only offering online classes until further notice. See you online!

Beginner French Classes [A1]

Immediately following the True Beginner Classes, the 102 to 106 series (CECR A1) develops the student's comprehension and speaking skills to include making requests and appointments; comparisons; detailed descriptions; expressing quantities; directions; the simple future; past perfect and imperfect tenses; introduction to the subjunctive.

In response to COVID19, the Alliance is keeping its social distance by only offering online classes until further notice. See you online!

Intermediate French Classes [A2]

Classes in the range of 201 to 206 (CECR A2) progressively solidify the student's abilities as an independent speaker expressing a wide range of emotions, opinions, intentions and preferences; discussing events in all tenses; developing use of the subjunctive, and more.

In response to COVID19, the Alliance is keeping its social distance by only offering online classes until further notice. See you online!

Independent French Classes [B1]

This level includes the popular Edito-based classes for mastery of B1 material, as well as themed classes in literature, travel, culture, current events and conversation.


In response to COVID19, the Alliance is keeping its social distance by only offering online classes until further notice. See you online!

Proficient French Classes [B2]

This level includes the popular Advanced-Edito based classes for mastery of B2 material, as well as themed classes in literature, cinema, translation, culture, and a variety of text-based conversation classes.


In response to COVID19, the Alliance is keeping its social distance by only offering online classes until further notice. See you online!

Advanced French Classes [C1]

This level includes classes in literature, current events, cinema, translation, arts and culture, and a variety of text-based conversation courses for mastery of C1 material.


In response to COVID19, the Alliance is keeping its social distance by only offering online classes until further notice. See you online!

Cultural Seminars

 

Cultural Seminars are a recent addition to the Alliance’s offerings that help us fulfill our mission of promoting French culture. Between class and event, in French or in English, those seminars are designed to nurture a more expansive knowledge of a particular subject in a different setting than a typical French language class. Most of the seminars include outings in museum galleries, music and performance venues, and degustations or hands-on cooking classes. Partners from past, present and future seminars, including the Portland Art Museum, White Bird, and the Portland Opera, help us bring a broader understanding of French culture and lifestyle to the community.


In response to COVID19, the Alliance is keeping its social distance by only offering online classes until further notice. See you online!

 

Intensive French Classes

Do you want to learn French faster than others? Challenge yourself with our Fast Track classes offered at 101 and 102 levels. You will cover those levels twice as fast as in a regular class! Each level meets twice a week for 5 weeks.


In response to COVID19, the Alliance is keeping its social distance by only offering online classes until further notice. See you online!

Essential Everyday French

Essential Everyday French classes (three levels A1/A2, A2/B1, B1), focus on oral communication and comprehension at three levels. Practical, everyday topics are woven into real-life dialogues with vocabulary (both formal and slang/informal) and grammar tips. Improve your conversational skills, gain confidence and start talking!

French Classes for Children

The children's program offers classes for Anglophone children ages 2-14, and classes for children ages 11-14 who have formerly attended French immersion schools and wish to keep up their French. The parent-child classes (2-3 year-olds, and 4-6 year-olds) are designed to provide a playful, stimulating environment in which parents and children learn together. In the 7-10 and 11-14 classes, children will study French in an engaging, educational and age-appropriate setting through cultural and linguistic immersion. Following an interactive method designed especially for young learners, each session presents different themes and linguistic skills, allowing students to explore the French language and francophone culture.

In response to COVID19, the Alliance is keeping its social distance by only offering online classes until further notice. See you online!

Ages 5-6

The classes for 5 and 6 year olds will study subjects sure to spark their imagination and curiosity. Whether your child is a true beginner or well on their way toward fluency, you will find a perfect fit to enhance and enrich their daily activities with French language practice and, more importantly, fun. Choose from Art Studio for Introductory Immersion (beginners welcome) or Travel Club for Continuing Immersion.

Ages 7-10

After the online school day has ended and with few after-school programs available this fall, your child may want or need some additional French practice in subjects sure to spark their imagination and curiosity. Whether your child is a true beginner or well on their way toward fluency, you will find a perfect fit to enhance and enrich their online school activities with French language practice and, more importantly, fun. Choose from Science Lab for Introductory Immersion (beginners welcome) or Travel Club and Science Lab for Continuing Immersion.

English Classes for Francophones

Notre classe d’Anglais Seconde Langue s’adresse à tous les francophones souhaitant améliorer leur niveau d’anglais pour communiquer dans toutes les situations de la vie quotidienne. Cette classe est enseignée en anglais par un professeur américain ayant aussi une solide connaissance du français. Ces cours, destinés à des adultes ayant déjà certaines bases d’anglais, comprennent des activités de compréhension, d’expression, et de prononciation, ainsi qu’un renforcement de la grammaire, dans une ambiance à la fois conviviale et studieuse.

Si vous êtes grand débutant ou beaucoup plus avancé, contactez la directrice de l’école lindaf@afportland.org.

In response to COVID19, the Alliance is keeping its social distance by only offering online classes until further notice. See you online!

Beginning French 101/102 ACC - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 101-102-A.2

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Tuesdays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/20/2020 to 11/17/2020
Instructor: Ivy Mills

Required: none. Prepare for CECR A1 level.

Description: This accelerated class covers the 102 coursework in only 5 weeks.

Communication: Greetings; introducing oneself and others; understanding phone calls, contact details; providing personal information; finding one’s way; taking public transportation; discussing professions, city landmarks, buildings; days, months, seasons; counting.

Grammar: Definite articles “le, la, les”; adjectives of nationality; negation “ne…pas”; prepositions before cities/countries; verbs: “avoir, s’appeler, être, aller, prendre, descendre".

Phonetics: Alphabet; rhythmic groups; intonation.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 101-102 CLASS. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Littérature de la francophonie - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : LitFran - 2

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Mondays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/19/2020 to 11/16/2020
Instructor: Nathalie Gerts

Required: Edito B2 or equiv. Prepare for CECR C1 level.

Description: Le Cours Littérature de la Francophonie a pour objectif de faire découvrir, comprendre et apprécier de nombreux textes et  d’auteurs francophones. Textes qui seront regroupés sous différents thèmes (Voyage, enfance, exile.) Compréhension écrite/ orale. Expression écrite / orale. Lecture, enrichissement du vocabulaire seront au rendez vous pour ce cours mettant en valeur la richesse de la littérature francophone.

This is part 2 this class. You do not have to take part 1 in order to sign up for part 2.

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Art Studio - 5-6 - Fall 2 - Introductory Immersion : Art-2

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Tuesdays at 2:30-3:30pm
10/20/2020 to 11/17/2020
Instructor: Nirvana Fairbanks

Do you have an artist at home in need of inspiration? In the Art Studio, our Zoom sessions inspire thinking, engagement, learning, creativity, French fluency and fun! Continue learning and creating in between classes by working on independent projects. Beginners are welcome.

Details about the class:

In this class, students will learn French through art!
Students will be introduced to simple vocabulary necessary for creating and describing works of art, such as colors, shapes, patterns, textures and art materials. They will also work on the French alphabet and numbers. They will learn and practice this vocabulary with the help of songs, games, videos and books with colorful illustrations. Students will be introduced to different styles and works of art by artists from France and other French-speaking countries. They will create their own similar art pieces using paper and markers, crayons or colored pencils. There will be simple independent projects assigned for each class session, such as finding different colored objects around the house, or drawing a picture. The class targets the following objectives:

  • Acquire and practice essential vocabulary.
  • Learn or refresh your child's knowledge of the French alphabet and numbers.
  • Discover different styles and works of art by artists from France and other French-speaking countries.
  • Create art pieces using simple materials you can find at home.

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Advanced Edito C1 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : EDA-C1.2

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Mondays at 10:00am-12:15pm
10/19/2020 to 11/16/2020
Instructor: Lucie Bonvalet

Required: Edito B2 or equiv. Prepare for CECR C1 level.

Description: Advanced Edito is a method geared toward adults wishing to gain mastery of CECR level C1. A variety of societal and cultural themes are presented throughout the book using authentic documents (articles, video and audio clips), including the media, arts & culture, travel, history, the environment, the working world, and more. Edito classes can be taken in any sequence, and the books are used for multiple terms.

THIS IS PART 2 OF EDITO C1 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

 

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Travel Club - 5-6 - Fall 2 - Continuing Immersion : Travel-2

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Tuesdays at 3:45-4:45pm
10/20/2020 to 11/17/2020
Instructor: Nirvana Fairbanks

In Travel Club, your child needs only an internet-connected device with Zoom and a suitcase filled with imagination, curiosity and the willingness to speak French! They’ll visit one city per week in the French speaking world just like they would with their family. They'll explore the city, discover landmarks, and check out local food.

Details about the class:

Students will travel virtually each week to a city in France or another French-speaking country! They will learn about countries and cultures through videos, images, games, songs and stories. They will learn some general information and explore various aspects of cities, such as famous landmarks, natural areas, and restaurants with popular food from the region. Students will learn or revisit basic vocabulary useful for travelling, such as items you might pack in a suitcase, types of activities or different modes of transportation. There will be a simple activity to prepare for each class at home such as a drawing of something that they enjoyed learning about or a drawing of a family trip they took.

 The class targets the following objectives:

  • Practice communication skills.

  • Explore different French-speaking countries and their culture.

  • Acquire travel-related vocabulary.

 

Call us to sign-up: 503-223-8388

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Science Lab - 7-10 - Fall 2 - Introductory Immersion : Science 2 Int

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Wednesdays at 2:30-3:30pm
10/21/2020 to 11/18/2020
Instructor: Ivy Mills

What child doesn’t like to experiment and discover new things? In Science Lab we ignite your child’s curiosity and offer the opportunity to do experiments, all in French! Connect your future scientist to any computer, tablet or mobile device and science is at their fingertips; even conducting experiments using ordinary household items. But that’s not all. After class, children will continue to learn by working on independent projects and preparing for next week’s lab. Beginners are welcome.

Details about the class:

Students will interact with scientific topics in a French immersive environment. Over the course of 10 weeks, students will encounter themes ranging from the incredible characteristics of light and sound to the marvels of the natural world and outer space. They will study the following themes: light and color, sound, astronomy, chemistry, and the environment. The class targets the following objectives:

  • Practice speaking French.

  • Learning new French vocabulary: learn about and discuss prominent figures, theories, and events relating to the week’s science theme through short stories, videos, and games in class.

  • Participate in simple at-home experiments during class using minimal equipment and/or household items (one in-class experiment every other week).

  • Collaborate with classmates and dive deeper into topics of their choice and interest during the class.

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Science Lab - 7-10 - Fall 2 - Continuing Immersion : Science 2 Cont

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Wednesdays at 3:45-4:45pm
10/21/2020 to 11/18/2020
Instructor: Ivy Mills

What child doesn’t like to experiment and discover new things? In Science Lab we ignite your child’s curiosity and offer the opportunity to do experiments, all in French! Connect your future scientist to any computer, tablet or mobile device and science is at their fingertips; even conducting experiments using ordinary household items. But that’s not all. After class, children will continue to learn by working on independent projects and preparing for next week’s lab.

Details about the class:

Students will interact with scientific topics in a French immersive environment. Over the course of 10 weeks, students will encounter themes ranging from the incredible characteristics of light and sound to the marvels of the natural world and outer space. They will study the following themes: light and color, sound, astronomy, chemistry, and the environment. The class targets the following objectives:

  • Practice speaking French.

  • Learning new French vocabulary: learn about and discuss prominent figures, theories, and events relating to the week’s science theme through short stories, videos, and games in class.

  • Participate in simple at-home experiments during class using minimal equipment and/or household items (one in-class experiment every other week).

  • Collaborate with classmates and dive deeper into topics of their choice and interest during the class.

Call us to sign-up: 503-223-8388

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Travel Club - 7-10 - Fall 2 - Continuing Immersion : Travel-2 Cont

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Mondays at 2:30-3:30pm
10/19/2020 to 11/16/2020
Instructor: Nirvana Fairbanks

In Travel Club, your child needs only an internet-connected device with Zoom and a suitcase filled with imagination, curiosity and the willingness to speak French! They’ll visit one city per week in the French speaking world just like they would with their family. They'll explore the city, discover landmarks, and check out local food. This class is perfect for diverse cultural exposure through fun activities.

Details about the class:

Students will travel virtually each week to a city in France or another French-speaking country! They will be introduced to countries and cultures through videos, images, games, songs and stories. They will learn some general information and explore various aspects of cities, such as famous landmarks, natural areas, and restaurants with popular food from the area. Students will learn or revisit more advanced vocabulary useful for travelling, such as airport or train station vocabulary, and travel activities. We will also discuss some customs and aspects of various cultures. There will be a simple activity to prepare at home for each class. For example, a short paragraph and drawing describing something that they enjoyed learning about, or a short paragraph and drawing describing a family trip they took, or an imaginary trip they would take if they could.

 The class targets the following objectives:

  • Practice communication skills.

  • Explore different French-speaking countries and their culture.

  • Acquire travel-related vocabulary.

  • Learn customs from different cultures.

Call us to sign-up: 503-223-8388

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Intermediate 201 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 201-A.2

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Saturdays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/24/2020 to 11/21/2020
Instructor: Linda Blanchette

Required: 106 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A2 level.

Communication:  Proposing/accepting/refusing an outing; understanding literary extracts; writing a postcard or posting an on-line commentary; sharing one’s interests, dislikes, origins.

Grammar:  Passé composé with être; imparfait ; negation; « y », « en » ; adjective placement.

Phonetics:  /s/- /z/; la liaison with « en ».

THIS IS PART 2 OF 201 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Intermediate 202 (FALL TERM) : 202-A.2

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Mondays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/19/2020 to 11/16/2020
Instructor: Julie Nelson

Required: 201 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A2 level.

Communication: Describing, placing & reading ads for lodging; floor plans; expressing joy, intention. 

Grammar: Relative pronouns; comparison of adjectives, adverbs; possessive adjectives; le futur simple; conditions with “si”. 

Phonetics: /ply/-/plys/-/plyz/;  nasal vowels.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 202 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Beginning 102 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 102-B.2

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Mondays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/19/2020 to 11/16/2020
Instructor: Alexis Bidou

Required: 101 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A1 level.

Communication: Sharing one’s likes, dislikes; ordering in a restaurant; food & clothing shopping; reading a recipe; discussing the weather. 

Grammar: Singular/plural of nouns; adjective gender/number; partitive article ; pronoun « en »; futur proche/passé récent; verbs: “payer, acheter, faire, manger,venir”. 

Phonetics: Final consonants & final “e”; élision, liaison.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 102 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.


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Intermediate 205 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 205-A.2

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Thursdays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/22/2020 to 11/19/2020
Instructor: Julie Nelson

Required: 204 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A2/B1 level.

Communication: Responding to a classified ad; expressing a wish, desire, indifference; negociating travel and tourist situations.

Grammar: present conditional; gerunds; passé composé vs imparfait; demonstrative pronouns "celui, celle...".

Phonetics: insistence; pronunciation of "e,é, è".

THIS IS PART 2 OF 205 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Intermediate 206-A - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 206-A.2

Class full, out of stock

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Tuesdays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/20/2020 to 11/17/2020
Instructor: Linda Blanchette

Required: 205 or equiv.. Prepare for CECR B1 level.

Communication: Writing a formal letter; speaking about one’s education, training, projects; understanding job offers, CV’s, instructions; expressing concern; reacting to disapproval.

Grammar: Reported speech; emphasis; verbs followed by prepositions; passive voice; past infinitive.

Phonetics: Denasalization; /R/,/l/,/g/.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 206 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Intermediate 206-B - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 206-B.2

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Saturdays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/24/2020 to 11/21/2020
Instructor: Lisa Rollot

Required: 205 or equiv.. Prepare for CECR B1 level.

Communication: Writing a formal letter; speaking about one’s education, training, projects; understanding job offers, CV’s, instructions; expressing concern; reacting to disapproval.

Grammar: Reported speech; emphasis; verbs followed by prepositions; passive voice; past infinitive.

Phonetics: Denasalization; /R/,/l/,/g/.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 206 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Advanced Edito - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : EDA-B2:1/2.2

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Thursdays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/22/2020 to 11/19/2020
Instructor: Marie-Pierre Wolfe

Required: Edito B1 or equiv. Prepare for CECR B2 level.

Description: Edito is for students wishing to master the B2 level. A variety of societal and cultural themes are presented throughout the book using authentic documents (articles, video and audio clips), including arts & culture, the media, travel, history, the environment, the working world, and more.  Edito classes cover different thematic units and can be taken in any sequence.

THIS IS PART 2 OF EDITO B2 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Beginning 105 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 105-A.2

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Mondays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/19/2020 to 11/16/2020
Instructor: Rachele Avolio

Required: 104 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A2 level.

Communication: Expressing wishes, desires, emotions, a complaint; understanding tasks, a university exchange program; asking height, weight.

Grammar: Passé composé of reflexive verbs; obligation & interdiction; COI "lui, leur"; relative pronouns "qui,que"; conditions with "si".

Phonetics: /R/, /t/, /d/; enchaînement consonantique.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 105 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Perfecting through Edito B1 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : ED-A:1 Part 2

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Tuesdays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/20/2020 to 11/17/2020
Instructor: Benedicte McAlpine

Required: 206 or equiv. Prepare for CECR B1 level.

Description: Edito is a method geared toward adults and mature adolescents wishing to gain mastery of CECR level B1. A variety of societal and cultural themes are presented throughout the book using authentic documents (articles, video and audio clips), including the media, arts & culture, travel, history, the environment, the working world, and more. Edito classes can be taken in any sequence; thus the books (text and exercise book) are used for several terms. Each Edito class covers a different thematic unit.

THIS IS PART 2 OF Edito B1 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Beginning 105 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 105-B.2

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Thursdays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/22/2020 to 11/19/2020
Instructor: Julie Nelson

Required: 104 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A2 level.

Communication: Expressing wishes, desires, emotions, a complaint; understanding tasks, a university exchange program; asking height, weight.

Grammar: Passé composé of reflexive verbs; obligation & interdiction; COI "lui, leur"; relative pronouns "qui,que"; conditions with "si".

Phonetics: /R/, /t/, /d/; enchaînement consonantique.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 105 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Perfecting through Edito B1 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : ED-A:3 Part 2

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    [classdays] => Thursday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/22/2020
    [enddate] => 11/19/2020
)
        

Thursdays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/22/2020 to 11/19/2020
Instructor: Benedicte McAlpine

Required: 206 or equiv. Prepare for CECR B1 level.

Description: Edito is a method geared toward adults and mature adolescents wishing to gain mastery of CECR level B1. A variety of societal and cultural themes are presented throughout the book using authentic documents (articles, video and audio clips), including the media, arts & culture, travel, history, the environment, the working world, and more. Edito classes can be taken in any sequence; thus the books (text and exercise book) are used for several terms. Each Edito class covers a different thematic unit.

THIS IS PART 2 OF EDITO B1 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Beginning 106 (FALL TERM) : 106-A.2

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    [class_time] => 10:00am-12:00pm
    [classdays] => Monday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/19/2020
    [enddate] => 11/16/2020
)
        

Mondays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/19/2020 to 11/16/2020
Instructor: Nathalie Gerts

Required: 105 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A2 level.

Communication:  Expressing choices, dissatisfaction, (dis)-agreement, one’s interests; encouraging & reassuring.

Grammar:  Comparisons; COD & COI pronouns ; “y”; review of tenses

Phonetics/p/, /b/ ; enchaînement vocalique ; silent & pronounced “e”; semi-consonants.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 106 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Les rois de France - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : Rois - 2

Class full, out of stock

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    [class_time] => 10:00am-12:00pm
    [classdays] => Friday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/23/2020
    [enddate] => 11/20/2020
)
        

Fridays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/23/2020 to 11/20/2020
Instructor: Lucie Bonvalet

Required: Edito B2 or equiv. Prepare for CECR C1 level.

Description: "Le coup d'oeil sur l'Histoire, le recul vers une période passée ou, comme aurait dit Racine vers un pays éloigné, vous donne des perspectives sur votre époque et vous permet d'y penser davantage (...)". En gardant ces mots de Marguerite Yourcenar en tête, nous étudierons et discuterons des vies et des règnes de 9 rois de France, de Clovis 1er (proclamé roi en 481) à Louis XVI (guillotiné en 1793). Nous utiliserons des articles de magazines sur l'Histoire, des podcasts radiophoniques, des extraits de films et des œuvres d'art pour nourrir nos conversations. Les étudiants auront l'opportunité chaque semaine de parler et travailler en petits groupes et seront encouragés au cours de la session à préparer une courte présentation orale sur un sujet de leur choix en relation avec un des rois du programme. Il y aura aussi chaque semaine un travail de lecture et d'écriture à la maison.

This is part 2 this class. You do not have to take part 1 in order to sign up for part 2.

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Beginning 106 (FALL TERM) : 106-B.2

Class full, out of stock

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    [class_time] => 6:15-8:15pm
    [classdays] => Tuesday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/20/2020
    [enddate] => 11/17/2020
)
        

Tuesdays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/20/2020 to 11/17/2020
Instructor: Julie Nelson

Required: 105 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A2 level.

Communication:  Expressing choices, dissatisfaction, (dis)-agreement, one’s interests; encouraging & reassuring.

Grammar:  Comparisons; COD & COI pronouns ; “y”; review of tenses

Phonetics/p/, /b/ ; enchaînement vocalique ; silent & pronounced “e”; semi-consonants.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 106 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Littérature B1/B2 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : LITERATURE 2

Class full, out of stock

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    [class_time] => 10:00am-12:00pm
    [classdays] => Wednesday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/21/2020
    [enddate] => 11/18/2020
)
        

Wednesdays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/21/2020 to 11/18/2020
Instructor: Marie-Pierre Wolfe

Required: Edito B1 or equiv. Prepare for CECR B1/B2 level.

Description: “Un peu de soleil dans l’eau froide” est le huitième roman de Françoise Sagan publié en 1960. Un film portant le même titre est tourné en 1971 par Jacques Deray.
Gilles Lantier, brillant journaliste parisien, en couple avec Héloïse, part se reposer seul quelques temps dans la famille de sa soeur à Limoges (Limousin), parce qu’il souffre de dépression. Il rencontre Nathalie Silvener lors d’un repas, et cette dernière tombe amoureuse de lui, bien qu’elle soit mariée…


Francoise Sagan, née Francoise Quoirez (1935-2004) écrivit son premier roman “Bonjour Tristesse” en été 1953, et il est publié par la maison d’édition “Julliard” en mars 1954. Il obtient le prix des critiques la même année, décerné par un jury prestigieux. Le roman connaît un succès prodigieux et fait scandale dans la classe sociale “bien pensante” dans laquelle est née Françoise. Elle a seulement 18 ans. Elle a publié 21 romans, 8 nouvelles, 11 pièces de théâtre, une vingtaine de mémoires, journaux et entretiens. On l’appela la “Mlle Chanel de la littérature” car elle libéra par son écriture toute la génération de jeunes femmes des années 1960.


This is part 2 this class. You do not have to take part 1 in order to sign up for part 2.

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Literary Conversations A2/B1 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : LitConv 2

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    [class_time] => 1:30-3:30pm
    [classdays] => Saturday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/24/2020
    [enddate] => 11/21/2020
)
        

Saturdays at 1:30-3:30pm
10/24/2020 to 11/21/2020
Instructor: Marie-Pierre Wolfe

Required: Edito A2 or equiv.

Description: Take a break from core classes and put your French skills to work in a real-life setting. You will prepare the week’s assigned reading prior to each class. You will then discuss the text you’ve studied, in class with your instructor and classmates, as well as learn more about the authors and their writing styles. This is a great opportunity to work on your reading and communication skills in a setting that no other class offers at this level.  You will be reading Colette, Jules Verne, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, André Malraux, Marcel Pagnol.


This is part 2 this class. You do not have to take part 1 in order to sign up for part 2.

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Grammaire en dialogues INT (FALL TERM) - Part 2 : GramInt 2

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    [class_time] => 1:30-3:00pm
    [classdays] => Wednesday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/21/2020
    [enddate] => 11/18/2020
)
        

Wednesdays at 1:30-3:00pm
10/21/2020 to 11/18/2020
Instructor: Emmanuel Laurin

Required: CPR206 (preferred)/205 or equiv.

Description: Converse and discuss practical themes and situations while focusing on a different intermediate grammar lesson each week. Exercises and student dialogs will reinforce each lesson.

This is part 2 this class. You do not have to take part 1 in order to sign up for part 2.

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Beginning French 101 Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 101-B.2

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    [class_time] => 6:15-8:15pm
    [classdays] => Wednesday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/21/2020
    [enddate] => 11/18/2020
)
        

Wednesdays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/21/2020 to 11/18/2020
Instructor: Ivy Mills

Required: none. Prepare for CECR A1 level.

Communication: Greetings; introducing oneself and others; understanding phone calls, contact details; providing  personal information; finding one’s way; taking public transportation; discussing professions, city landmarks, buildings; days, months, seasons; counting.

Grammar: Definite articles “le, la, les”; adjectives of nationality; negation “ne…pas”; prepositions before cities/countries; verbs: “avoir, s’appeler, être, aller, prendre, descendre ».

Phonetics: Alphabet; rhythmic groups; intonation.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 101 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Beginning French 101 Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 101-C.2

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    [class_time] => 6:15-8:15pm
    [classdays] => Thursday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/22/2020
    [enddate] => 11/19/2020
)
        

Thursdays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/22/2020 to 11/19/2020
Instructor: Rachele Avolio

Required: none. Prepare for CECR A1 level.

Communication: Greetings; introducing oneself and others; understanding phone calls, contact details; providing  personal information; finding one’s way; taking public transportation; discussing professions, city landmarks, buildings; days, months, seasons; counting.

Grammar: Definite articles “le, la, les”; adjectives of nationality; negation “ne…pas”; prepositions before cities/countries; verbs: “avoir, s’appeler, être, aller, prendre, descendre ».

Phonetics: Alphabet; rhythmic groups; intonation.

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Beginning French 101 Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 101-D.2

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    [classdays] => Saturday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/24/2020
    [enddate] => 11/21/2020
)
        

Saturdays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/24/2020 to 11/21/2020
Instructor: Ivy Mills

Required: none. Prepare for CECR A1 level.

Communication: Greetings; introducing oneself and others; understanding phone calls, contact details; providing  personal information; finding one’s way; taking public transportation; discussing professions, city landmarks, buildings; days, months, seasons; counting.

Grammar: Definite articles “le, la, les”; adjectives of nationality; negation “ne…pas”; prepositions before cities/countries; verbs: “avoir, s’appeler, être, aller, prendre, descendre ».

Phonetics: Alphabet; rhythmic groups; intonation.

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Beginning 103 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 103-B.2

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    [classdays] => Wednesday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/21/2020
    [enddate] => 11/18/2020
)
        

Wednesdays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/21/2020 to 11/18/2020
Instructor: Julie Nelson

Required: 102 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A1/A2 level.

Communication: Communication: Daily activities; telling time; describing an object; asking about sizes & prices; arranging an outing; accepting/refusing an invitation; making reservations by phone. 

Grammar: reflexive verbs; adverbs of frequency; passé composé with avoir; imperative mood; verbs: pouvoir, vouloir. 

Phonetics: Nasal vowels; /i/ -/y/, /y/ - /u/.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 103 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Beginning 104 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 104-A.2

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    [classdays] => Tuesday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/20/2020
    [enddate] => 11/17/2020
)
        

Tuesdays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/20/2020 to 11/17/2020
Instructor: Nathalie Gerts

Required: 103 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A1/A2 level.

Communication: Daily activities; telling time; describing an object; asking about sizes & prices; arranging an outing; accepting/refusing an invitation; making reservations by phone. 

Grammar: COD pronouns; pronoun « y »; comparison; -IR verbs ; passé composé with être. 

Phonetics: / f /, / v /, / b /, / k /, / g /, / wa /, / w ɛ̃  /.

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Beginning 104 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 104-B.2

Class full, out of stock

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    [classdays] => Wednesday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/21/2020
    [enddate] => 11/18/2020
)
        

Wednesdays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/21/2020 to 11/18/2020
Instructor: Monique Myhre

Required: 103 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A1/A2 level.

Communication: Daily activities; telling time; describing an object; asking about sizes & prices; arranging an outing; accepting/refusing an invitation; making reservations by phone. 

Grammar: COD pronouns; pronoun « y »; comparison; -IR verbs ; passé composé with être. 

Phonetics: / f /, / v /, / b /, / k /, / g /, / wa /, / w ɛ̃  /.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 104 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Beginning 103 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 103-A.2

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    [class_time] => 6:15-8:15pm
    [classdays] => Tuesday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/20/2020
    [enddate] => 11/17/2020
)
        

Tuesdays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/20/2020 to 11/17/2020
Instructor: Ivy Mills

Required: 102 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A1/A2 level.

Communication: Communication: Daily activities; telling time; describing an object; asking about sizes & prices; arranging an outing; accepting/refusing an invitation; making reservations by phone. 

Grammar: reflexive verbs; adverbs of frequency; passé composé with avoir; imperative mood; verbs: pouvoir, vouloir. 

Phonetics: Nasal vowels; /i/ -/y/, /y/ - /u/.

THIS IS PART 2 OF 103 LEVEL. IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED PART 1, BEFORE SIGNING UP PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

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Beginning 103 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : 103-C.2

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    [classdays] => Thursday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/22/2020
    [enddate] => 11/19/2020
)
        

Thursdays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/22/2020 to 11/19/2020
Instructor: Rebecca Raitses

Required: 102 or equiv. Prepare for CECR A1/A2 level.

Communication: Communication: Daily activities; telling time; describing an object; asking about sizes & prices; arranging an outing; accepting/refusing an invitation; making reservations by phone. 

Grammar: reflexive verbs; adverbs of frequency; passé composé with avoir; imperative mood; verbs: pouvoir, vouloir. 

Phonetics: Nasal vowels; /i/ -/y/, /y/ - /u/.

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Grammaire En Dialogues ADV (FALL TERM) - Part 2 : GRAM - 2

Class full, out of stock

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    [class_time] => 1:30-3:30pm
    [classdays] => Tuesday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/20/2020
    [enddate] => 11/17/2020
)
        

Tuesdays at 1:30-3:30pm
10/20/2020 to 11/17/2020
Instructor: Emmanuel Laurin

Required: Edito B1+ or equiv.

Description: Converse and discuss practical themes and situations while focusing on a different advanced grammar lesson each week. Exercises and student dialogs will reinforce each lesson.

This is part 2 this class. You do not have to take part 1 in order to sign up for part 2.

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Regions of France A2/B1 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : Reg - 2

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    [classdays] => Thursday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/22/2020
    [enddate] => 11/19/2020
)
        

Thursdays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/22/2020 to 11/19/2020
Instructor: Emmanuel Laurin

Required: Edito A2 or equiv.

Description: Come discover the picturesque villages of the regions of France with Emmanuel. In this 5 session class, we will focus on the beautiful and storied countryside of the Southwest of France, from Charente to the Pyrénées.

This is Part 2 of the class. No need to have studied Part 1 to join this class.

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Essential Everyday French A2/B1 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : EEF - A2/B1.2

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    [classdays] => Tuesday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/20/2020
    [enddate] => 11/17/2020
)
        

Tuesdays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/20/2020 to 11/17/2020
Instructor: Julie Nelson

Required: Edito A2 or equiv.

Description: This course is all about basic intermediate level communication: conveying an idea, responding and reacting during a conversation, and understanding spoken French.  Interaction and exchanges between students are facilitated by the instructor, following weekly thematic topics that include essential vocabulary and grammar.  Everyday, practical situations include: greetings; phone calls; instructions; invitations; proposals; opinions; compliments; congratulations; admiration; surprise.

This is Part 2 of the class.

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Essential Everyday French A1/A2 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : EEF - A1/A2.2

Class full, out of stock

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    [class_time] => 6:15-8:15pm
    [classdays] => Thursday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/22/2020
    [enddate] => 11/19/2020
)
        

Thursdays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/22/2020 to 11/19/2020
Instructor: Lisa Rollot

Required: Edito A2 or equiv.

Description: This course is all about basic communication: conveying an idea, responding and reacting during a conversation, and understanding spoken French. Interaction and exchanges between students are facilitated by the instructor, following weekly thematic topics that include essential vocabulary and grammar. Everyday, practical situations include:  shopping; ordering; requesting help and information; making reservations; asking directions; expressing an obligation; protesting; accepting a restriction; verifying facts; comparing and describing places, objects and people.

This is Part 2 of the class.

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Essential Everyday French B1 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : EEF - B1.2

Class full, out of stock

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    [class_time] => 10:00am-12:00pm
    [classdays] => Friday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/23/2020
    [enddate] => 11/20/2020
)
        

Fridays at 10:00am-12:00pm
10/23/2020 to 11/20/2020
Instructor: Emmanuel Laurin

Required: Edito A2 or equiv.

Description: This course is all about communication at the intermediate level: conveying an idea, responding and reacting during a conversation, and understanding spoken French.  Interaction and exchanges between students are facilitated by the instructor, following weekly thematic topics that include essential vocabulary and grammar.  Everyday, practical situations include:  meetings with friends; phone messages; financial transactions; ordering goods; finding one’s way; negotiating contracts; exchanges with the police, doctors, mechanics; giving instructions; expressing a complaint, hesitation.

This is Part 2 of the class.

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Essential Everyday French A1/A2 - Section 2 - Part 2 (FALL TERM) : EEF S2 - A1/A2.1

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    [class_time] => 6:15-8:15pm
    [classdays] => Wednesday
    [class_hours] => 10
    [startdate] => 10/21/2020
    [enddate] => 11/18/2020
)
        

Wednesdays at 6:15-8:15pm
10/21/2020 to 11/18/2020
Instructor: Lisa Rollot

Required: Edito A2 or equiv.

Description: This course is all about basic communication: conveying an idea, responding and reacting during a conversation, and understanding spoken French. Interaction and exchanges between students are facilitated by the instructor, following weekly thematic topics that include essential vocabulary and grammar. Everyday, practical situations include:  shopping; ordering; requesting help and information; making reservations; asking directions; expressing an obligation; protesting; accepting a restriction; verifying facts; comparing and describing places, objects and people.

This is Part 2 of the class.

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Exercise Your Grammar - Special Edition A2/B1- FRENCH A LA CARTE - Bundle of 4 sessions : Exercise Your Grammar - Special Bundle

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    [classdays] => Monday
    [class_hours] => 6
    [startdate] => 10/26/2020
    [enddate] => 11/16/2020
)
        

Mondays at 10:30-12:00pm
10/26/2020 to 11/16/2020
Instructor: Melody Pao

Want to learn how to communicate about life during these uncertain times, using your best, grammatically correct French? This special edition of Exercise Your Grammar centers on the current Covid pandemic and aims to improve and maintain your mastery of French by focusing on different grammar topics employed in everyday conversation. This is an excellent opportunity to enrich your vocabulary and learn new ways of expressing your thoughts and feelings.
 
10/26 - Giving advice for staying healthy, using l’impératif.
11/2 - Communicating lifestyle changes in the face of Covid using les temps du passé.
11/9 - Imaging the world without Covid by making hypotheses using le conditionnel.
11/16 - Expressing our personal and professional responsibilities during a world crisis using le subjonctif.

Sign up for this bundle of four for $105 or drop in on any single class for $28.

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After 6 pm weekdays, students may park in the Willamette Dental lot at SW 20th and SW Jefferson as available.

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