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French Beginners Level 1

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French Beginners Level 1

The French Beginners Level 1 course is designed for students who have no previous knowledge of French.

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    About the course

    The French Beginners Level 1 course, based at our Cambridge campus, is focuses on a communicative approach and aims to develop the skills of listening, reading, speaking and writing in a foreign language. The programme aims to enable students to understand and use French effectively for purposes of practical communication.

    This course feeds into Beginners Level 2 in the next term.

    French Beginners Level 1 introduces students to the French language and culture in a fun and effective way. Each session will include a range of learning activities, including work in pairs and groups so that students practise new vocabulary and linguistic structures in a lively and varied way. The main emphasis of the course is to develop students' confidence in communicating effectively in French.

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    To book a course, you will need to register online by clicking on the day you would like to attend. Please see the course information below the heading ‘Enrol now for the available days’.

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    If there are no places available, you can register your interest and we will notify you once the course is live in a future term.

    Payment

    Payment is made in full at the time of booking.

    If you are booking a Level 3 or 4 Counselling course, you will be able to pay for this using a Direct Debit, which you will set up before the course starts in September. Please check the relevant course pages for details.

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    Please register using the student’s correct details including medical conditions, learning support needs and disabilities.