French intensive courses

August 28, 2017 / September 1, 2017

On the last week of August we offer beginners and A1 level and A2 level students one week of intensive courses.  The courses will take place from Monday to Friday at the French Institute.

Class for beginners (A0)

This class is for you if you have never learned any French and you wish to discover the French language. We are waiting for you on the last week of August (28.08-01.09), from Monday to Friday, from 9h30 to 11h30.

The program:

  • Pronunciation
  • Introducing yourself
  • Communication in certain situations (travelling, ordering in a restaurant, in shops, markets, etc.)
  • Discovering French grammar

Intensive course A1 Level

A course for those who have already studied on their own or with a teacher some French but need to improve the very basic knowledge. The class will take place on the last week of August (28.08-01.09), from Monday to Friday, from 17h15 to 19h15 at the French Institute.

The program: 

  • Pronounciation (nasals, hardest letter combinations)
  • Talking in different communication situations
  • Grammar (present and past tenses)
  • Improving vocabulary

Intensive course A2 Level

This course is for those who want to improve and strengthen their A2 level in French. This class will take place on the last week of August (28.08-01.09), from Monday to Friday, from 15h to 17h at the French Institute.

The program:

  • How to communicate in different situations
  • Writing, understanding oral and written speech
  • Grammar (past and future tenses) 
  • Improving vocabulary

Teacher :Tiina Alep

Price: 80€

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