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French A2 level

Goals

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Compréhensions : Being able to understand familiar words and simple expressions when the other person speaks slowly and clearly  on the street, in a store, in a supermarket, at the train station, in an administration in the world of work.

Speech : Being able to communicate simply with a minimum of vocabulary to book a hotel, order in a restaurant or ask for directions in a French speaking country. Being able to discuss with your colleagues in the office, in meetings or with customers or suppliers.

Wrinting skills : Being able to write short simple sentences in the present, future and past.

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By the end of level A2, you will be able to  :

  • Present oneself (educational background, job, family, neighbourhood)

  • Discuss hobbies and daily activities

  • Enquire about goods in a shop and buy what one needs

  • Place an order for a meal in a restaurant ( with or without the menu)

  • Reserve a room in a hotel (face to face)

  • Ask for basic services in a post office or a bank

  • Present one’s medical problem to a doctor

  • Inquire about a trip to a travel agency

  • Choose and use public transport (buses, trains, and taxis)

  • Ask the route and give directions

  • Buy tickets (film, train, play, etc)

  • Read notices, posters, catalogs, timetables, brochures, menus, advertisements, signs

  • Write notices and simple messages

  • Understand time, dates, and places from notice boards and announcements

  • Understand instructions and requests such as client orders and delivery dates.

  • Describe events and activities in past, present, and future

  • Easily appear for DELF A2 Exam

Grammar topics:

  • Pronominal verbs/ reflexive verbs

  • Some Verbs + infinitive: want to, able to/can

  • Have to + infinitive

  • Past Simple (passé composé) - events in the past

  • Past participles

  • Imperfect tense - descriptions in the past (it was, there was)

  • Imperative - Affirmative and Negative – for instructions and commands

  • Near Future Tense

  • Simple Future Tense

  • Recent Past Tense

  • Present Progressive

  • Transitive and Intransitive verbs - Direct and Indirect object

  • Relative pronouns - who, that/which, where, of whom/which

  • Interrogative adjectives and pronouns

  • Adjectives - Position and Agreement

  • Possessive adjectives and pronouns

  • Demonstrative pronouns

  • Prepositions of place: city, country etc

  • Connectors: moreover, then, later on, however, so, still etc

Vocabulary topics:

  • Places in city: Cafe, Restaurant, Shops, Bank, Post office, Hotel

  • Leisure: Sports, Going out, Shows, Holiday trips

  • Routine: Work, Shopping, Daily activities

  • Accommodation: the house, interior,exterior

  • People: Family, workplace

  • Countries and Cities

  • Itinerary, Weather forecast

  • Events: Meetings, Evening out, Family events

  • Visits, Excursions, Accidents, TV news

  • Money and payments