French Intermediate Next Step

Starting Online via Zoom

This class will move back to the Centre if the COVID situation changes to safely allow on-site classes.

This class is limited to 10 enrolments.

Intermediate Next Step: For students continuing on from Intermediate level, or who have studied French for 18 months...

Fun and interactive for students who have completed Level 3 or studied French for 18 months and are keen to continue learning and speaking with more confidence and gain a high level of conversation. Students will be using most tenses including past tenses, conditional and introducing of the Subjunctive tense.  

This course will be entirely conducted in French and a high level of participation is expected.

*Please note class levels are subject to change depending on enrolment numbers and student abilities within each class. Students moving to a new level may need to change the day of their attendance. For repeat students, please ask your teacher for advice when re-enrolling about a suitable class for your level. For new students, please contact us to discuss further your level of experience. We look forward to finding the right class for you! 

**This class will be delivered online using the Zoom video platform. To take part, you will need to download and install Zoom from the internet, and set up a free ‘basic’ account. NSCC uses platforms that we trust, but we encourage you to be aware of computer safety and protect your personal information when using the internet.

Materials List

Grammaire Progressive du français  - Niveau Débutant by Maia Grégoire - Cle International

Tutor: Thouraya Lahmadi

Thouraya Lahmadi joined the Department of Education as a teacher of the French language in her home country Tunisia in 2000 after completing her academic study at the University of Literature and Human Science in the City of Susse. She taught French as a foreign language in high schools for more than fifteen years and  throughout this career relocated to different cities to share her passion of the French language with both school and mature-age students. To improve their language skills, Thouraya enjoys exploring, and holding discussions with her students, around social and cultural topics pertinent to Francophone cultures.