Fall I Session 2018

Start or keep learning French this Fall !

DiscoveryLevel A1 Completed within 96 hours.

According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, after completed the A1 level, the students are able to have simple interactions, to introduce themselves and talk about their hobbies, explain where they live, describe relationships, etc.


IMPORTANT ! For the first registration, a membership of $ 20 must be paid; it’s valid for a full year and provides access to many benefits. For the classes fees, choose a course below.


A1.1 level

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Identify a language
  • Introduce themselves and each other
  • Ask and give personal information (name, address, phone number, age, nationality);
  • Communicate in the classroom with the teacher and other students
  • Count
  • Inquire about prices
  • Greet and say goodbye
  • Name and locate places
  • Talk about their city
  • Ask and give explanations

Semi-intensive pace

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 1 – Unit 0, 1 & 2 (l.1)

2 hour lessons  twice a week – 6 week session (total: 24 hours) Tuition fees: $370 (Early-bird discount until August 27: $330)

Register! A1.1 level – Class “Versailles” – Monday-Wednesday 6pm to 8pm Sept.5 – Oct.17, 2018 No classes on Oct. 8, 2018

Register! A1.1 level – Class “Vichy” – Tuesday-Thursday 10am to 12pm Sept.6 – Oct.16, 2018

Regular pace

Textbook: Cosmopolite 1 – Unit 0 & 1

3 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 18 hours) – Tuition fees: $280 (Early-bird discount until August 27: $250)

Register! A1.1 level – Class “Valence” – Friday 6pm to 9pm Sept.7 – Oct.12, 2018

False Beginner 1 level

If you had some French at some point, but long ago, and you feel like you forgot everything and want to start from scratch, you’re a False Beginner (FB).    

In this class, students will go over the same objectives as the pure beginner class but will follow a faster pace. Students will be able to:

  • Identify a language
  • Introduce themselves and each other
  • Ask and give personal information (name, address, phone number, age, nationality)
  • Communicate in the classroom with the teacher and other students
  • Count
  • Inquire about prices
  • Greet and say goodbye
  • Name and locate places
  • Talk about their city
  • Ask and give explanations
  • Inquire about accommodations and make reservations
  • Give and receive thanks
  • Understand and give directions
  • Indicate modes of transportation
  • Write a postcard
  • Talk about their hobbies
  • Talk about the weather

 

Semi-intensive pace

Textbook: Edito A1 – Unit 0, 1 & 2

2 hour lessons  twice a week – 6 week session (total: 24 hours) Tuition fees: $370 (Early-bird discount until August 27: $330)

Register! FB1 level – Class “Val d’Oise” – Tuesday-Thursday 6pm to 8pm Sept.6 – Oct.16, 2018

Regular pace

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 1 – Unit 0 1 & 2 (l.1)

3 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 18 hours) – Tuition fees: $280 (Early-bird discount until August 27: $250)

Register! FB1 level – Class “Val de Marne” – Saturday 9:30am to 12:30pm Sept.8 – Oct.20, 2018 No classes on Oct. 6, 2018

A1.2 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 1 – Unit 2 & 3

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Inquire about accommodations and make reservations
  • Give and receive thanks
  • Understand and give directions
  • Indicate modes of transportation
  • Write a postcard
  • Talk about their hobbies
  • Talk about the weather
  • Describe your profession
  • Describe your family
  • Congratulate
  • Ask about someone and give news
  • Invite someone out
  • Give instructions
  • Call and answer the phone
  • Give advice

 

Semi-intensive pace

2 hour lessons  twice a week – 6 week session (total: 24 hours) Tuition fees: $370 (Early-bird discount until August 27: $330)

Register! A1.2 level – Class “Troyes” – Monday-Wednesday 6pm-8pm –  Sept.5 – Oct.17, 2018 No classes on Oct.8, 2018

Regular pace

3 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 18 hours) – Tuition fees: $280 (Early-bird discount until August 27: $250)

Register! A1.2 level – Class “Trouville” – Friday 6pm-9pm – Sept.7 – Oct.12, 2018

False Beginner 2 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 1 – Unit 3 & 4

If you had some French at some point, but long ago, and you feel like you forgot everything and want to start from scratch, you’re a False Beginner (FB).    

In this class, students will go over the same objectives as the pure beginner class but will follow a faster pace. Students will be able to:

  • Describe your profession
  • Describe your family
  • Congratulate
  • Ask about someone and give news
  • Invite someone out
  • Give instructions
  • Call and answer the phone
  • Give advice
  • Talk about past events
  • Understand a fill out a survey
  • Talk about traditions

Regular pace

3 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 18 hours) – Tuition fees: $280 (Early-bird discount until August 27: $250)

Register! FB2 level – Class “Terre Neuve” – Tuesday 6pm to 9pm Sept.11 – Oct.16, 2018

A1.2+ level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 1 – Unit 3 & 4

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Describe your profession
  • Describe your family
  • Congratulate
  • Ask about someone and give news
  • Invite someone out
  • Give instructions
  • Call and answer the phone
  • Give advice
  • Talk about past events
  • Understand a fill out a survey
  • Talk about traditions

Regular pace

3 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 18 hours) – Tuition fees: $280 (Early-bird discount until August 27: $250)

Register! A1.2+ level – Class “Saint-Etienne” – Saturday 9:30am to 12:30pm Sept.8 – Oct.20, 2018 No classes on Oct. 6, 2018

A1.3 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 1 – Unit 4 & 5

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Ask and give time
  • Talk about and describe their daily routine and habits;
  • Invite someone out and accept or refuse an invitation
  • Give instructions
  • Talk about projects
  • Talk about past events
  • Understand a fill out a survey
  • Talk about traditions
  • Call or answer the phone
  • Give advice

 

This class will start again in Fall II session. If you are interested in this course please send us an email at info@afedmonton.ca

False Beginner 3 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 1 – Unit 4 & 5

If you had some French at some point, but long ago, and you feel like you forgot everything and want to start from scratch, you’re a False Beginner (FB).    

In this class, students will go over the same objectives as the pure beginner class but will follow a faster pace. Students will be able to:

  • Ask and give time
  • Talk about and describe their daily routine and habits;
  • Invite someone out and accept or refuse an invitation
  • Give instructions
  • Talk about projects
  • Talk about past events
  • Understand a fill out a survey
  • Talk about traditions
  • Call or answer the phone
  • Give advice

 

Semi-intensive pace

2 hour lessons twice a week – 6 week session (total: 24 hours) – Tuition fees: $370 (Early-bird discount until August 27: $330)

Register! FB3 level – Class “Sarthe” – Tuesday-Thursday 6pm to 8pm Sept.6 – Oct.16, 2018

A1.4 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 1 – Unit 5 & 6

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Evoke past events
  • Understand biographic information
  • Describe a person physically and present them
  • Talk about the weather
  • Express feelings, perceptions, emotions
  • Pinpoint an event on a timeline and during the year
  • Locate a place and describe a location
  • Talk about outdoor activities and hobbies
  • Understand and create a tour guide
  • Write a letter
  • Talk about what you are currently doing

This class will start again in Winter I session. If you are interested in this course please send us an email at info@afedmonton.ca

False Beginner 4 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 1 – Unit 5 & 6

If you had some French at some point, but long ago, and you feel like you forgot everything and want to start from scratch, you’re a False Beginner (FB).    

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Evoke past events
  • Understand biographic information
  • Describe a person physically and present them
  • Talk about the weather
  • Express feelings, perceptions, emotions
  • Pinpoint an event on a timeline and during the year
  • Locate a place and describe a location
  • Talk about outdoor activities and hobbies
  • Understand and create a tour guide
  • Write a letter
  • Talk about what you are currently doing

 

Regular pace

3 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 18 hours) – Tuition fees: $280 (Early-bird discount until August 31: $250)

Register! FB4 level – Class “Rhône” – Monday 6pm to 9pm Sept.10 – Oct.22, 2018 No classes on Oct. 8, 2018

A1 level - Pronunciation class - Specialized class

Struggling with French pronunciation? This class was made for you! This special class will help you improve your French pronunciation so you can understand native speakers and feel more comfortable when you speak. We will work through fun and creative activities such as tongue-twisters, songs, and audio exercises.There will be a special emphasis on rhythm and intonation as well as on hard-to-pronounce consonants and vowels. Learn more about our specialized classes

In this class, you will be able to:

  • get use to French prosody (rhythm and intonation)
  • get use to rounded vowels
  • get use to nasal vowels
  • get use to consonants with a special emphasis on the « r »

1.5 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 9 hours) Tuition fees: $140  (early-bird discount until Sept.4: $125)

Register! Pronuniciation class  Class Oldelaf”  – Tuesday 8-9:30pm Sept.11 – Oct.16, 2018

A1/A2 levels - Improv class - Specialized class

Practice and get more comfortable with speaking French ! With an intercultural approach, we offer you a Drama Workshop that will be targeting a range of skills that will help your French practice. By enabling a playful environment and encouraging communication and interaction, this class will help you assimilate what you’ve been learning throughout your French classes.Learn more about our specialized classes

In this class, you will be able to:

  • work your oral skills in a playful way
  • encourage your attentiveness and your focus
  • exploit your voice capabilities
  • discover and play French tones
  • establish a connection between your oral expression and your corporal expression
  • work self confidence and rediscover yourselves
  • assimilate the vocabulary through stimulation games
  • expand your vocabulary/your grammar

1.5 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 9 hours) Tuition fees: $140  (early-bird discount until Sept.5: $125)

Register! Improv class  Class “Nantel”  – Wednesday 8-9:30pm Sept. 12 – Oct.17, 2018

A1.3/A2.3 level - Interaction and role play class - Specialized class

For this class, the A1.3 level is expected.

Practice your conversation skills in French with this interaction class! Through the help of role play and recreating common interactions in French, students can improve their basic conversational skills and feel more confident speaking with native speakers. Learn more about our specialized classes

In this class, you will be abble to:

  • Practice your French skills
  • Develop/improve your oral production
  • Incite talking
  • Expand your vocabulary
  • Talk with a standard and daily life language
  • Play and imagine conversation
  • Make suppositions
  • Get used to daily life circumstances

1.5 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 9 hours) – Cost: 140$ (early-bird discount until Sept.6: 125$)

Register! Interaction class – Class “Voulzy” Thursday 8pm to 9.30pm –  Sept.13 – Oct.18, 2018

Intermediate – Level A2 – Completed within 144 hours (6 sessions).

According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, after completed the A2 level students are able to communicate and exchange on familiar and common subjects, shopping and go out, talk about and look for accommodation, they learn about searching for a job, talk about past events, and much more.

If you are unsure of your level, give us a call at 780-469-0399 to set up a placement test!


IMPORTANT ! For the first registration, a membership of $ 20 must be paid; it’s valid for a full year and provides access to many benefits. For the classes fees, choose a course below.


A2.1 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 1 – Unit 7 & 8

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Talk about the kind of food you like and your eating habits
  • Understand and create a menu
  • Describe clothing
  • Make positive/negative comments
  • Ask and give clothing and shoe size
  • Give advice on clothing
  • Describe an object and its use
  • Talk about possible inventions
  • Buy common purchases
  • Make a grocery list
  • Express precise quantities
  • Interact with merchants
  • Describe food products

Semi-intensive pace

2 hour lessons twice a week – 6 week session (total: 24 hours) Tuition fees: $370 (early-bird discount until August 27 : $350)

Register! A2.1 level – Class “Quimper” – Monday-Wednesday 6pm to 8pm  – Sept.5 – Oct.17, 2018 No classes on Oct.8, 2018

Regular pace

3 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 18 hours) Tuition fees: $280 (early-bird discount until August 27: $250)

Register! A2.1 level – Class “Poitiers” – Friday 6pm to 9pm  – Sept.7 – Oct.12, 2018

A2.1+ level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 1 – Unit 8 & 9 

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Choose a restaurant
  • Ask to go out and receive and invitation to go out
  • Describe and present a restaurant
  • Express your satisfaction or your dissatisfaction
  • Express food restrictions and interact with the server
  • Compare an old situation to a new one
  • Describe living conditions positively or negatively
  • Describe a home or a renovation
  • Search for a place to live
  • Understand a real-estate advertisement
  • Look for a roommate
  • Express and set rules for living arrangements

 

Regular pace

3 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 18 hours) Tuition fees: $280 (early-bird discount until August 27: $250)

Register! A2.1+ level – Class “Orly” – Saturday 9:30am to 12:00pm  – Sept.8 – Oct.20, 2018 No classes on Oct.6, 2018

A2.2 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 1 – Unit 8 & 9 

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Choose a restaurant
  • Ask to go out and receive and invitation to go out
  • Describe and present a restaurant
  • Express your satisfaction or your dissatisfaction
  • Express food restrictions and interact with the server
  • Compare an old situation to a new one
  • Describe living conditions positively or negatively
  • Describe a home or a renovation
  • Search for a place to live
  • Understand a real-estate advertisement
  • Look for a roommate
  • Express and set rules for living arrangements

This level will start again in Fall II session. If you are interested in this class please send us an email at info@afedmonton.ca

A2.3 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 2 – Unit 1 & 2

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Talk about a friendly relationship
  • Give a definition
  • Describe a person
  • Report speech
  • Talk about neighbourhood relations
  • Talk about positive change
  • Make comparisons
  • Talk about how you met someone
  • Talk about university/professional experience

This level will start again in Fall II session. If you are interested in this class please send us an email at info@afedmonton.ca

A2.4 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 2 – Unit 2 & 3

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Look for a job and apply for a job
  • Give advice and warnings
  • Explain necessary changes
  • Talk in a job interview
  • Talk about a country and their citizens
  • Discover stereotypes
  • Understand and give percentages and statistics
  • Question and evoke a life change
  • Talk about cultural differences
  • Understand common knowledge
  • Talk about your living environment

 

Semi-intensive pace

2 hour lessons twice a week – 6 week session (total: 24 hours) Tuition fees: $370 (early-bird discount until August 27 : $350)

Register! A2.4 level – Class “Narbonne” – Monday-Wednesday 6pm to 8pm  – Sept.5 – Oct.17, 2018 No classes on Oct.8, 2018

A2.5 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 2 – Unit 4 & 5

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Resume an event
  • Give a suggestion
  • Incite someone to act
  • Talk about blogs
  • Understand press release
  • Give your opinion on a tv series
  • Talk about your habits in relation with television
  • Understand reported events by the media
  • Present a producer/film
  • Talk about your cinematic preferences
  • Recommend movies
  • Incite someone to practice an activity
  • Talk about your social life
  • Write an email about an event

Regular pace

3 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 18 hours) Tuition fees: $280 (early-bird discount until August 27: $250)

Register! A2.5 level – Class “Roubaix” – Friday 6pm to 9pm  – Sept.7 – Oct.12, 2018
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A2.6 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 2 – Unit 5 & 6

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Choose a tour to visit a place or city
  • Give opinions on tourist attractions
  • Make a reservation for a tourist attraction
  • Get informed on an itinerary
  • Picture the future
  • Express wishes, hopes
  • Make suggestions
  • Talk about your interests and responsibilities
  • Express a goal, objective
  • Present a project
  • Imagine a hypothetical/unreal situation
  • Be a witness to a situation
  • Present and summarize a book
  • Talk about a trip or a dream trip
  • Give opinion, and justify your choice
  • Express agreement/disagreement

 

This level will start again in Summer or Fall I session. If you are interested in this class please send us an email at info@afedmonton.ca

A1-A2 levels - Improv class - Specialized class

Practice and get more comfortable with speaking French ! With an intercultural approach, we offer you a Drama Workshop that will be targeting a range of skills that will help your French practice. By enabling a playful environment and encouraging communication and interaction, this class will help you assimilate what you’ve been learning throughout your French classes. Learn more about our specialized classes

In this class, you will be able to:

  • work your oral skills in a playful way
  • encourage your attentiveness and your focus
  • exploit your voice capabilities
  • discover and play French tones
  • establish a connection between your oral expression and your corporal expression
  • work self confidence and rediscover yourselves
  • assimilate the vocabulary through stimulation games
  • expand your vocabulary/your grammar

1.5 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 9 hours) Tuition fees: $140  (early-bird discount until Sept.5 : $125)

Register! Improv class  Class “Nantel”  – Wednesday 8-9:30pm  Sept.12 – Oct.17, 2018

A1.3/A2.3 level - Interaction and role play class - Specialized class

For this class, the A1.3 level is expected.

Practice your conversation skills in French with this interaction class! Through the help of role play and recreating common interactions in French, students can improve their basic conversational skills and feel more confident speaking with native speakers. Learn more about our specialized classes

In this class, you will be abble to:

  • Practice your French skills
  • Develop/improve your oral production
  • Incite talking
  • Expand your vocabulary
  • Talk with a standard and daily life language
  • Play and imagine conversation
  • Make suppositions
  • Get used to daily life circumstances

1.5 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 9 hours) – Cost: 140$ (early-bird discount until Sept.6: 125$)

Register! Interaction class – Class “Voulzy” Thursday 8pm to 9.30pm –  Sept.13 – Oct.18, 2018

A2.4+ level - Interaction and role play class - Specialized class

For this class, the A2.4 level is expected.

Practice your conversation skills in French with this interaction class! Through the help of role play and recreating common interactions in French, students can improve their basic conversational skills and feel more confident speaking with native speakers. Learn more about our specialized classes

In this class, you will be abble to:

  • Practice your French skills
  • Develop/improve your oral production
  • Incite talking
  • Expand your vocabulary
  • Talk with a standard and daily life language
  • Play and imagine conversation
  • Make suppositions
  • Get used to daily life circumstances

1.5 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 9 hours) – Cost: 140$ (early-bird discount until Sept.4: 125$)

Register! Interaction class – Class “Faudel” Tuesday 8pm to 9.30pm –  Sept.11 – Oct.16, 2018

A2-B1 levels - Pronunciation class - Specialized class

Struggling with French pronunciation? This class was made for you! This special class will help you improve your French pronunciation so you can understand native speakers and feel more comfortable when you speak. We will work through fun and creative activities such as tongue-twisters, songs, and audio exercises.There will be a special emphasis on rhythm and intonation as well as on hard-to-pronounce consonants and vowels. We will also discover the different accents of the Francophone world. Learn more about our specialized classes

In this class, you will be able to:

  • get use to French prosody
  • learn how to pronounce the French rounded vowels
  • learn how to pronounce the French nasal vowels
  • get use to French consonants
  •  discover the different accents of the francophone world

1.5 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 9 hours) Tuition fees: $140  (early-bird discount until Sept.6 : $125)

Register! Pronunication class  Class “Obispo”  – Thursday 8-9:30pm  Sept.13 – Oct.18, 2018

 

Independent – Level B1Completed within 192 hours (8 sessions).

Many of our students aim to reach a B1 level which enables them to interact with ease in French on familiar topics with native speakers.


IMPORTANT ! For the first registration, a membership of $ 20 must be paid; it’s valid for a full year and provides access to many benefits. For the classes fees, choose a course below.

B1.4 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 3 – Unit 3 & 4

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Evoke the past
  • Express a concession and an opposition
  • Understand youth programming and reading
  • Exchange / give your opinion on reading
  • Reflect on the systems of exchange of knowledge
  • Talk about ways to find out
  • Identify magazines and a readership
  • Write a letter about the news of his country
  • Understand news headlines / news articles
  • Report an event in the press
  • Write a news item
  • Evoke an unconfirmed event
  • Observe and comment on “Unes” de presse
  • Compare the press of different countries

Semi-intensive pace

2 hour lessons twice a week – 6 week session (total: 24 hours) Tuition fees: $370 (early-bird discount until August 27: $330)

Register! Level B1.4 – Class “Hautes-Pyrénées” – Tuesday-Thursday 6pm to 8pm – Sept.6 – Oct.16, 2018

A2-B1 levels - Pronunciation class - Specialized class

Struggling with French pronunciation? This class was made for you! This special class will help you improve your French pronunciation so you can understand native speakers and feel more comfortable when you speak. We will work through fun and creative activities such as tongue-twisters, songs, and audio exercises.There will be a special emphasis on rhythm and intonation as well as on hard-to-pronounce consonants and vowels. We will also discover the different accents of the Francophone world. Learn more about our specialized classes

In this class, you will be able to:

  • get use to French prosody
  • learn how to pronounce the French rounded vowels
  • learn how to pronounce the French nasal vowels
  • get use to French consonants
  •  discover the different accents of the francophone world

1.5 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 9 hours) Tuition fees: $140  (early-bird discount until Sept.6 : $125)

Register! Pronunciation class – Class “Obispo” – Thursday 8pm to 9:30pm – Sept.13 – Oct.18, 2018

B1 level - Conversation class - Specialized class

In this class you will be able to:

  • Interact with others in a relaxed atmosphere
  • Discuss and debate
  • Speak in front of others
  • Listen to others and understand what is being said
  • Develop and use different kinds of vocabulary for different occasions
  • Understand music, the news, and other cultural aspects
  • Speak spontaneously

2 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 12 hours) – Tuition fees: $185 (early-bird discount until August 27: $165)

Register! Level B1 Conversation class – Class “Fugain”- Thursday 6pm to 8pm – Sept.6 – Oct.11, 2018

B1 & B2 levels - Grammar class - Specialized class

Are you forgetting some basic rules? Do you wish to perfect your grammar? This class is for you! Learn more about our specialized classes

In this class you will:

  • Review and consolidate main grammatical points
  • Improve the construction of complex sentences
  • Use grammatical concepts to improve reading, writing
  • Better express your thoughts and ideas in written

2 hour lessons once a week – 5 week session (total: 10 hours) Tuition fees: $185 (early-bird discount until August 27: $165)

Register! Grammar Class – Class “Maupassant” – Thursday 6pm to 8pm –  Sept.6 – Oct.11, 2018

B1 & B2 levels - DELF Tout Public Exam - Prep Class

Students who wish to take the DELF B level exam are encouraged to take this course. This class will give you all the tools you need to have more chance pass the exam.

The next DELF Exam Tout Public will be held the week of Nov. 5-9, 2018. You can click here to get more information about the DELF-DALF Exam, or call the office at 780-469-0399

3 hour lessons once a week – 4 week session (total: 12 hours) Tuition fees: $185 (early-bird discount until Oct.5: $165)

Register! B1&B2 DELF Exam Prep Class – Friday 6pm to 9pm – Oct.12 – Nov.2, 2018

Advanced – Level B2 – Completed within 192 hours (8 sessions).

Students are able to communicate with spontaneity and ease. It is also the level of language proficiency that most French universities require from undergraduate foreign students.


IMPORTANT ! For the first registration, a membership of $ 20 must be paid; it’s valid for a full year and provides access to many benefits. For the classes fees, choose a course below.


B2.1 level

Textbook: Alter Ego+ 4 – Unit 1

In this class, students will be able to:

  • Evoke the past
  • Express a concession and an opposition
  • Understand youth programming and reading
  • Exchange / give your opinion on reading
  • Reflect on the systems of exchange of knowledge
  • Talk about ways to find out
  • Identify magazines and a readership
  • Write a letter about the news of his country
  • Understand news headlines / news articles
  • Report an event in the press
  • Write a news item
  • Evoke an unconfirmed event
  • Observe and comment on “Unes” de presse
  • Compare the press of different countries

Regular pace

3 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 18 hours) Tuition fees: $280 (early-bird discount until August 27: $250)

Register! Level B2.1 – Class “Vannes” – Friday 6pm to 8pm – Sept.7 – Oct.12, 2018

B2 level - Conversation class - Specialized class

In this class you will be able to:

  • Interact with others in a relaxed atmosphere
  • Discuss and debate
  • Speak in front of others
  • Listen to others and understand what is being said
  • Develop and use different kinds of vocabulary for different occasions
  • Understand music, the news, and other cultural aspects
  • Speak spontaneously

2 hour lessons once a week – 6 week session (total: 12 hours) – Tuition fees: $185 (early-bird discount until Sept.4: $165)

Register! Level B2 Conversation class – Class “Cabrel” – Tuesday 6pm to 8pm – Sept.11 – Oct.16, 2018

B1 & B2 levels - Advanced Grammar - Specialized class

Are you forgetting some basic rules? Do you wish to perfect your grammar? This class is for you!

In this class you will:

  • Review and consolidate main grammatical points
  • Improve the construction of complex sentences
  • Use grammatical concepts to improve reading, writing
  • Better express your thoughts and ideas in written

2 hour lessons once a week – 5 week session (total: 10 hours) – Tuition fees: $185 (early-bird discount until August 27: $165)

Register! Grammar Class – Class “Maupassant”  Thursday 6pm to 8pm – Sept.6 – Oct.11, 2018

B1 & B2 levels - DELF Tout Public Exam - Prep Class

Students who wish to take the DELF B level exam are encouraged to take this course. This class will give you all the tools you need to have more chance pass the exam.

The next DELF Exam Tout Public will be held the week of June 4-8. You can click here to get more information about the DELF-DALF Exam, or call the office at 780-469-0399

3 hour lessons once a week – 4 week session (total: 12 hours) – Tuition fees: $185 (early-bird discount until Oct.5: $165)

Register! B1&B2 DELF Exam Prep Class – Friday 6pm to 9pm – Oct.12 – Nov.2, 2018