Course Summary

With the help of this intensive beginner workshop, you will master the essentials, so you can start speaking French the moment you step off the plane.

Learn how to greet people, buy food and drinks, go shopping and get around. You’ll learn key phrases you can use in almost any situation and insider techniques to help you communicate confidently and effectively with just a few words.

Language Modules at CAE

Skills

Elementary:  Levels 1 to 6

Understands and communicates simple personal and work-related messages.

Intermediate: 1 – 4

Understands and communicates any important information both in writing and orally.

Advanced: 1 – 4

–  Can understand, communicate and put into practice standard information both in everyday life and work related situations.

–  Puts complex information into practice, both in everyday life and in work situations, presentations and meetings.

Proficient: 1 – 4

Expert: 1 – 6

If you have previous knowledge in a particular language, we will be happy to suggest a course for you, give us a call and we will assess your skills. 9652 0611

Course Sessions

Saturday, 19th May - 1 class


Session ID DLR04205C
19 May - 19 May 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Location CAE
Session Fees
$109 / $104 (conc)
Teacher
Kevin Lane

Saturday, 23rd June - 1 class


Session ID DLR04206C
23 Jun - 23 Jun 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Location CAE
Session Fees
$109 / $104 (conc)
Teacher
Kevin Lane

In this course, you will cover the following topics:

  • Meeting others
  • Travel
  • Accommodation
  • Shops, restaurants and cafes
  • Key sentence patterns for any situation

On successful completion of this session you’ll be able to:

  • Exchange greetings and civilities.
  • Ask for directions.
  • Organise accommodation.
  • Buy things.

Perfect for complete beginners.

Materials included in fee.

For further enquiries, please contact the Languages Centre on 9652 0677 or email languages@cae.edu.au.

This course is designed for people who want to learn the language with a less formal teaching structure and for those travelling to a French-speaking country.

Last updated: April 22, 2018 12:10am