Speaking and understanding the spoken language are very important skills for most people. Our evening classes concentrate on building your confidence in the language and you can expect to be taught in the language you are learning.
For people who attended a lower intermediate course or equivalent and who wish to practise their conversational skills.
The aim is to develop your ability to speak French in a range if everyday social and practical situations, by means of discussion and role-play work. Topics covered include socialising, making plans, eating out, finding your way around, making arrangements for travel and accommodation, and using the telephone. Strategies for successful communication, such as using body language and intonation effectively, asking for clarification, and getting people's attention, will also be addressed.
Topicswill be introduced through audio and visual material.
French Intermediate Spoken classes run on Thursday evenings from 7pm - 8.30 pm between 28th April and 19th June 2014. Please note that there is no half term break.
All learners are able to use the excellent self-study facilities in the new Library and Learning Centre. Open hours can be checked at http://www.surrey.ac.uk/library
You may also be interested in attedning on of our Open Evenings - These are opportunities for you to visit the School, share a glass of wine with the tutors and ask any questions you may have about the courses. The evenings are free of charge, but you do need to register with the School of English and Languages beforehand (T: 01483 682857).
Open Evenings for 2013-2014 are at 7pm to 8.30pm on the following dates:
- Autumn term: Monday 23 September 2013
- Spring term: Monday 13 January 2014
- Summer term: Monday 7 April 2014
Payment should be made on enrolment before the start of courses. We regret that refunds cannot normally be given if you withdraw from a course. Classes will run subject to their viability.
Please note - We advise early enrolment, as some courses do fill up before the start date.