Course Information: Get by in French on Holiday

course code

FGB4
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Learn some basic French for your next holiday in a French speaking country.

When and Where

Dates

From 11 Jun 2020 to 09 Jul 2020
Thu 19:00-21:00
for 5 weeks

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11 Jun 2020
19:00 to 21:00
18 Jun 2020
19:00 to 21:00
25 Jun 2020
19:00 to 21:00
02 Jul 2020
19:00 to 21:00
09 Jul 2020
19:00 to 21:00

Location

Stoke Lodge
Shirehampton Road
Stoke Bishop
Bristol
BS9 1BN


with Pavla Hartl-Sammut

Cost

Fees and concessions information

The full (undiscounted) fee for this course is £66 , the concession rate is £40. Please note that concession rates are subject to proof of eligibility. For more details please see our Terms and conditions

Description

Learn some basic French for your next holiday in a French speaking country! Topics may include: finding your way, booking accommodation, visiting places of interest, shopping, travelling around and eating out. Please note that this course is for total beginners.

What can students expect?

To gain some practical “survival” practical knowledge needed in holiday situations, such as greetings, buy and order food and drinks, give and request personal info, places to visit…
This is both a “stand alone” course that learners will hopefully find useful during their holiday if that is all they want to achieve, and also one that hopefully will give them a taste for learning the language in more depth. This short course is for people who intend to holiday in a French speaking country and have not studied French previously.

Late starters allowed?

No, as this course is aimed at total beginners and is only 10.5 hours long.

Previous experience required?

No

Are there any extra costs?

No

Work set between sessions?

For their benefit, learners are encouraged to practice some activities of the previous week.

What should students bring?

To the first session, only pen and paper!

Teaching method/style?

Presentation by tutor, then, repetitions, drills, mini-dialogues, simulations, role play.