Tutor/Facilitator Catherine Blair
Date: on/from Wed 3 Feb 2021 to end year
Class time: 10:00-11:30
This course is designed for students who have completed a beginners’ course. They will have a good understanding of how to pronounce words (vowels and consonants) and a good knowledge of the present tense of regular and irregular verbs.
Lessons presented around themes will consist of reading, vocabulary and grammar — present tense of regular, irregular and reflexive verbs, past tense (passé-composé) and imperfect tense (Imparfait).
All lessons will be conducted in English with interactive French sessions/exercises for the students.
REQUIRED TEXT: Easy French Step-by-Step: Master High-Frequency Grammar for French Proficiency — Fast by Myrna Bell Rochester, PhD (McGraw Hill Education).
TUTOR: Catherine, a French woman who has been living in Australia since 1993, is a fluent English and French speaker, and also has a very good knowledge of Spanish. Although Catherine has no formal teaching qualifications she did study languages at university in France. Catherine and her husband visit France most years as her family resides there.
In her professional career, Catherine performed senior roles as the Executive Assistant to CEOs/MDs and as support to board members in companies such as L’Oréal, AMCOR, Fulton Hogan.
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