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Improving Your French Language Skills
French is spoken by 110 million native speakers, is an official language in 29 countries and has 190 million non-native speakers around the world. This free online course is ideal for learners who have had some exposure to the French language and want to continue improving their knowledge and understanding of both grammar and vocabulary of this wonderful language.
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Learning outcomes: - Understanding how nouns are phrased; - Examine and practise the pronunciation of words in French; - Learn the right way to phrase a question;
|Module 1: Improve your French pronunciation|
|Module 2: Household Vocabulary|
|Module 3: Grammar|
|Module 4: Numbers - Counting after 100|
|Module 5: Improving Your French Language Skills Assessment|
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|Course Title||Improving Your French Language Skills|
|Course Publisher||Joella Andriantsivohony|
|Course Description|| French is spoken by 110 million native speakers, is an official language in 29 countries and has 190 million non-native speakers around the world. This free online course is ideal for learners who have had some exposure to the French language and want to continue improving their knowledge and understanding of both grammar and vocabulary of this wonderful language. You will start this free course by improving your pronunciation skills. This is followed by learning more useful vocabulary and further expanding your ability to count numbers in French. You will also improve your understanding and knowledge of grammar rules, in particular, the use of adjectives, adverbs and pronouns. This course will be of interest to business professionals doing business in French speaking countries and who would like to communicate more effectively with their French speaking colleagues, and to individual students learning French who would like to continue improving their understanding of this language.
|Release Date||03 August 2012|
|Course Duration (Avg Learner)||2-3 Hours|
|Age appropriateness||16+ Years|
|Minimum Grade/Class Level||Lower High/ Secondary School|
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