French Language Course
Planning a trip to France, Vanuatu or New Caledonia? Keen to learn French? Then let the UQ Institute of Modern Languages' French language courses make your trip more fun and memorable. The creative atmosphere in class will kick-start your French language study with a basic knowledge of everyday French language while learning more about French culture. Bon Voyage!
- This French course is suitable for students in the Senior phase of learning who wish to enrich their knowledge of the language and culture. The focus is on enhancing fluency and accuracy of expression.
We have individual (private class one on one), group classes, morning, afternoon and evening sessions. Every day classes available. You may inquire through any of our training coordinator, plan ahead and start your career with us.
- The alphabet and personal/basic greetings.
- Introductions – how to ask and say name, surname, where one lives, what one studies and does for living.
- Introducing someone else: what he/she studies, does for living, lives, name and surname
- Numbers (1-10,000) – asking for and reading out a telephone number
- Use of masculine and feminine for nationalities
- Writing postcards and letters in French; addresses and city/country of residence
- Verbs “être” and “avoir” – differences
- Family: members of the family (mother, father, cousin, grandparents, etc)
- Physical descriptions
- Formal and Informal: “tu” and “vous”
- Use of “there is, there are” (Il y a) - naming objects
- How to say “how much is something”, use of “how many”/”how much” (combien)
- In a restaurant. How to order food and drinks.
- French cities and towns - maps
- Buying from a supermarket or a shop
- How to book a room in a hotel and check-in
- Prepositions – where things are in the room or in the house
- Body parts
- Months of the year, days of the week.
- How to say the time and ask for the time
We provide two easy steps on how you can join the course.