- How to ask and say your name and firstname. - Recognize French words in a written text. - Recognize the singular and the plural at speaking. - How to introduce oneself : say one’s age, situation in family, job. - How to tell a date, spoken languages, place of origin, home. - How to ask questions on identities and contact details.
- “S’appeler” in present tense. - “Etre” and “Avoir” in present tense. - Verbs in –er in present tense. (for ex. “parler”) - “Appeler / s’appeler”.
- Personal pronouns – subjects. - Tonic pronouns (for ex. “moi”) -The definite article. - Masculine / feminine, singular / plural at speaking. - Prepositions (“en”, “au”, “aux”) + countries names. - Possessive adjective in singular form.
-How to order at the restaurant. - How to ask questions. - How to describe a city. - How to suggest an outing. - How to tell time. - Organising an appointment. - Situating in space. - Buying in a shop.
- “Prendre”, “Faire”, “Aller”, “Venir” in present tense.
- Indefinite and definite articles. - “Est-ce que / qu’est-ce que” - Plural form of nouns. - The “on” personal pronoun. - The negation “ne…pas”. - Place prepositions (“devant, derrière, sous, sur, à côté). - Interrogative adjective “Quel”. - Subject-Verb inversion. - Demonstrative adjectives.
- How to indicate a quantity. - How to tell someone to do something. - Shopping, making errands. - How to make a positive / negative commentary. - How to get information / talk about tastes. - How to situate in time, situate an action in the future. - How to describe someone.
- The imperative tense. - “Vouloir” and “pouvoir” in the present tense. - “Je voudrais”. - Near future tense. - “Se lever” in present tense. - “Passé composé”.
- Determined quantity. - Partitive articles. - Presentatives. - The answer to a negative question. - Pronominal verbs. - Place and concordance of adjectives. - Possessive adjectives in the plural. - Time indicators
- How to tell an event. - How to situate an action in the past. - How to express duration, surprise. - How to talk about one’s studies. - How to tell memories. - Indicating chronology and frequency. - How to give advice, instructions. - Telling one’s needs.
- “Passé composé” (for ex. Se promener) - “Imparfait” (For ex. Aller). - “Devoir” and “Falloir” in present tense. - Continuous present.
- The negation in “passé composé”. - COD pronouns.
- How to say what sport you practice. - How to talk about future. - How to give advice. - How to explain a decision. - How to talk about frequency. - How to talk about and compare flats, premises. - How to tell your itinerary. - Justify some choice.
- Future. - Imperative of pronominal verbs, and with negation. - “Devoir”, “boire”, “falloir” in present tense. - Present.
- Hypothesis in the future. - Cause and goal. - “depuis” - Relative pronouns “qui” and “que”. - Comparative and superlative forms.
- How to describe, and describe a situation in the past. - How to make a commentary on a past event. - How to situate in time. - How to indicate the chronology. - Understand a biography. - Tell a change of life. - How to tell what you like or dislike. - How to announce some news (bad or good). - How to present some problem and give solutions. - How to give your opinion.
- “Imparfait” and “passé composé”. - “s’installer” in “passé composé”.
- Chronology (“avant de”+ infinitif, “après + determiner + noun.) - “Il y a”. - “pendant”. - “Ce que… c’est / Ce qui.. c’est”. - Cause. - Consequence. - Words in “–al” in the plural form. - “Penser que / trouver que” + indicative form. - COD pronouns.
- How to qualify an action. - How to avoid repetitions. - How to give advice. - How to give your opinion. - How to express certainty and wishes. - How to qualify a place. - Describe a living environment. - How to talk about a group. - How to organise your speech.
- Imperative form + complement pronoun. - Indicative / subjunctive forms. - Subjunctive of irregular verbs. - Conditional.
- COD and COI pronouns. - Adverbs with “-ment” endings. - Complement pronoun “y” and relative pronoun “où”. - Indefinite adjectives : “tout, toute, tous, toutes, chaque, quelques”. - Indefinite pronoun : “tout, toute, tous, toutes”. - Opposition / Concession : “mais”.
- How to ask questions on an object. - How to designate an object, and the matter. - Understand a written or an audio ad, and how to praise the qualities of an object. - How to give your opinion. - Understand a tract. - How to claim something. - How to describe, designate, and situate.