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French Language

At the end of the A2 level, learners would be able to:

  • Talk about yourself, your educational background, your job, your family, your neighbourhood

  • Talk about your hobbies and daily activities

  • Ask for goods in a shop where goods are displayed

  • Order a meal in a restaurant if dishes are either displayed or illustrated on the menu

  • Book a hotel room (face to face)

  • Ask for basic services in a post office or bank

  • Indicate the nature of a medical problem to a doctor

  • Make inquiries about a journey at a travel agency

  • Use public transport (buses, trains and taxis)

  • Ask your way and give directions

  • Buy tickets

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

  • Write notes and simple messages

  • Note down times, dates and places from notice boards and announcements

  • Note down instructions and requests such as client orders and delivery dates.

  • Describe events and daily activities



  • People : Family, Physical description - Les personnes : la famille, la description physique

  • Places :Café, Restaurant, Shops, Bank, Post office, Hotel, Road - Les lieux : le café, le restaurant, les commerces, la banque, le bureau de poste, l’hôtel, la rue.

  • Hobbies : Sports, Going out, Shows, Holiday trips - Les loisirs : le sport, les sorties, les spectacles, les voyages

  • Public transportation : Subway, Train, Bus, Taxi - Les moyens de transport : le métro, le bus, le train, le taxi...

  • Daily Life : Work, Shopping, Daily activities - La vie quotidienne : le travail, les achats, les activités quotidiennes

  • Accommodation : Units in the house, interior décor - Le logement : les pièces de la maison, la décoration

  • Everyday objets - Les objets du quotidien

  • Food ingredients, Cooking, Meals, Recipes - Les aliments, les repas, la cuisine, les recettes

  • Common animals - Les animaux familiers

  • Countries & Cities - Les pays, les villes

  • Itinerary, Weather forecast - L’itineraire, la météo

  • Actions in daily life - Les actions de la vie quotidienne

  • Events : Meetings, Evening out, Family events,Visits, Excursions, Accidents, TV news - Les évènements : rencontres, soirées, fêtes de famille, visites, excursions, accidents

  • Money and payments - L'argent, les paiements


  • Present Simple tense - Habit, State

  • ER, IR, OIR and RE verbs

  • Pronominal verbs

  • Common verbs, e.g.: come, go, do, know, see, take

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

  • Have to + infinitive

  • Past Simple - events in the past

  • Past participles

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

  • Imperative - Affirmative and Negative – forinstructions and commands

  • Near Future Tense

  • Future simple tense

  • Recent Past tense - to have just done sth

  • Present Progressive - to be in the process ofdoing something

  • Interrogative adjectives and pronouns

  • Adjectives - Position and Agreement

  • Possessive adjectives and pronouns

  • Demonstrative pronouns

  • Transitive and Intransitive verbs - Direct andIndirect object

  • Relative pronoun 'there' - place

  • Relative pronouns - who, that/which

  • Prepositions of time: when, while

  • Prepositions of place: go to, be at, come from + a place

  • Connectors: but, because


  • Call out sb, greet sb, Take leave of sb

  • Ask and Tell about sb's news

  • Welcome sb

  • Congratulate sb

  • Ask, Follow and Give instructions (using PresentSimple, Imperative and Infinitive), Ask sb to dosth, prohibit from doing sth

  • Order (food,ingredients, etc), Book a ticket, Cancel an order

  • Do simple transactions (buy, sell, do a bankingtransaction)

  • Ask, Give and Understand information

  • Give thanks

  • Describe past activities and personal experiences

  • Describe daily activities and habits

  • Talk about the future: explain future plans andpossibilities

  • Talk about past events

  • Give and justify one's opinion

  • Explain one's likes and preferences

  • Introduce sb

  • Expression of time: frequency

  • Expressions of place: give directions, locate aplace / an object / a person

  • Talk about feelings

  • Describe a person, his neighbourhood, a monument, a place, common animals,  common objects, and lifestyle

  • Order sth, Book sth

  • Ask to pay

  • Ask or suggest something to somebody: help, aservice, an activity, make the necessaryarrangements, organise a meeting, offer something

  • Accept or refuse something (help, service,suggestion, meeting)

  • Invite and respond to an invitation

  • Apologise, accept apologies

  • Ask sb to repeat, to clarify, signal to sb that youcan follow what is being said

DELF A2 Sociocultural knowledge

  • Everyday expressions to express politeness

  • Conditional present to be polite or to make asuggestion (We could + infinitive)

  • Welcoming sb: greetings, asking for news,reaction to the response

  • How to write a personal message, differentmodels of business-related messages, and administrative message

  • How to get into a conversation, start talking, callout somebody, and take leave

  • How to get sb's attention (Excuse me, Sir ≠Hey, Hey you there, etc.)

  • Informal conversation

  • How to do phone conversation

  • Inviting

  • Giving thanks

  • Apologizing

We provide certification for

A1,A2,B1,B2 Levels

 (To help for canadian immigration)

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