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French 101 Class – Part 2

Details

Start:
February 6 @ 4:30 pm
End:
April 24 @ 6:00 pm
Cost:
CA$84.00 - CA$110.00
Event Category:

Venue

Thea Koerner House
6371 Crescent Road
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2 Canada

Organizer

Graduate Student Society – UBC Vancouver
Email:
events@gss.ubc.ca
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Date: Tuesdays, February 6 – April 24, 2018 (12 sessions)
Time: 4:30-6pm
Location: Thea Koerner House, UBC

Parlez-vous francais? Non? Want to?

French 101 (Part 2) is a great opportunity to continue learning basic French grammar and vocabulary, allowing you to communicate with Francophone speakers. Although it is ideal for students that took French 101, it is also a great fit for those that already know the most basic French (alphabet, introductions, question formation, etc) but need a refresher before jumping into French 102.

This class will continue looking at the various present tense grammatical structures (regular and irregular verbs), as well as reflexive verbs, pronouns and much more. Each course will offer you the chance to partake in activities that reinforce vocabulary and grammar structures. By the end of the course, you will be able to use pronouns to avoid repetition, learn to conjugate regular and irregular verbs in present and future tense as well as have a foundation for the past tense. Emphasis will be on oral expression.

Planning to apply for Permanent Residence in Canada? Boosting your French proficiency may help you boost your application!

Notes:

  • This is a non-credit, extra-curricular class
  • If you are unsure as to your level, please email events@gss.ubc.ca to get in touch with the instructor.

This class must have a minimum of 9 students to run.

* Available starting Jan. 2: To avoid EventBrite fees, in-person payment at the GSS Office is available with exact cash or cheque only. No registration will be held via phone, email, or social media requests.

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