Course: Chablis [A2.1] (French)
Learning in our FLEX course is characterized by a high level of personal activity. The focus is on speaking the foreign language. Alternating social forms (partners, group and individual work), varied tasks, many communicative exercises, and a motivating classroom atmosphere ensure a positive learning experience and effective learning. What you learn will help you master both professional and private situations.
In this comprehensive language course, you’ll broaden your linguistic profile by learning how to introduce yourself, provide information about your background, nationality, residence, and workplace, and inquire about the same. You’ll acquire a basic vocabulary in areas such as home, family, and transportation, improve your ability to express measurements and weights, and learn to ask and answer questions about the time.
In the next phase, you’ll master describing times of the day, weekdays, months, seasons, and weather. You’ll also learn to talk about your leisure activities and express your needs and answer questions while shopping or dining at a restaurant.
In the final stage of the course, you’ll enhance your communication skills for traveling, hotel stays, phone calls, and doctor’s visits. You’ll also be able to talk about past events, form sentences using “”if”” or “”because””, and describe your daily routine, as well as your abilities, obligations, wishes, and preferences in a simple manner.
• Cost per Lesson: Benefit from our fair price of only CHF 25.– per lesson
• One-time Registration Fee: A one-time fee of CHF 50.– applies for first-time registrations
• Prices per Person: Our prices are structured per person
• Lesson Duration: Each lesson lasts 40 minutes without interruption
• Installment Payment: Flexible payment options in 3, 6, or 12 installments are available
• Cancellation Cost Insurance: Secure yourself with our optional cancellation cost insurance
|Course name||Chablis [A2.1]|
|Course day(s)||Thur 18.00-19.20|
|Participants||3 – max. 7|
Level A2: Can understand sentences and commonly used expressions related to areas of immediate importance (e.g. personal and family information, shopping, work, local area). Can communicate in simple, routine situations that involve a simple and direct exchange of information about familiar and common matters. Can use simple means to describe one’s own background and education, one’s immediate surroundings and things related to immediate needs.