Learn French for Beginners


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Learn French for Beginners

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Course description

Learn the basics of French language in Sydney CBD.

It is often said that French is a beautiful language, so why not join this course and begin your journey of learning French, as well as elements of its culture, in an informal, practical and interactive way.

Our fluent French-speaking tutor will help you achieve a sound foundation of the basics of the language so that you will be able to speak, as well as listen, read and write in simple French in the relation to the ‘Outcomes’ below.

Ideal for

This course is designed for beginners with no previous learning in French.

Course content


  • Greetings and introducing oneself
  • Formality/Informality
  • Countries and Continents
  • Personal Information
  • Ask and respond to simple questions
  • Numbers and alphabet


  • Verbs relating to the language used to achieve the above outcomes eg, s’appeler, être, avoir etc (affirmative and negative)
  • Gender (masculine, feminine) and Number (singular, plural)
  • Describing words (adjectives)
  • Introducing definite and indefinite articles
  • Introducing possessive adjectives

Please note, the course content may be adapted to suit the learning pace and needs of the group.


By the end of this French for Beginners – Level 1 course you should be able to

  • introduce yourself and introduce other people in the group
  • spell your name (using the alphabet in French)
  • understand the concepts of formality / informality (“tu” or “vous”) in various social contexts and apply accordingly
  • name countries and continents
  • provide personal information (name, nationality, contact details etc)
  • ask a range of questions to obtain personal information from others
  • provide information on others
  • say numbers (0 – 100) in French and use them in context
  • greet people and take leave (formally and informally)
  • communicate with other learners in the group and the tutor using language structures for a classroom setting

Please purchase the course textbook – which is used for the Beginners Level 1, 2 and 3 course – and bring it to each class:

The French Experience 1
ISBN-13: 978-0563472568

You can purchase the textbook from Abbeys Bookstore (131 York Street, Sydney).
It is close to the CBD campus and offers a 10% discount to Sydney Community College students.
We recommend purchasing your textbook after your course has been confirmed (usually within three working days of the proposed start).

Please bring to class
  • A notebook and pen
  • A older in which to file lesson hand-outs
Other Information

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Please ensure that you have given a valid email and mobile number as all course changes will be communicated via sms or email.

Course testimonials:

  • Trish said: Kathleen made the learning experience very enjoyable and I'm looking forward to Level 2!

  • Wilson said: It was an interesting class and Joycelene made it easy and fun.

  • John said: Kathleen is excellent. Whilst obviously highly competent in her subject, she is also a terrific teacher, with great enthusiasm in her encouragement of others to learn French. Impressive that she went out of her way to incorporate the latest news in her teaching resources. The course was fun, with an ideal class size and therefore I would highly recommend. On the other hand, I found the venue to be very poor. For the first two weeks we were in a room that was more like a deep freeze, whilst we also had to walk up and down 7 flights because lifts weren't working. Even arranging the coffee/tea for the break seemed to much for the College to manage - spoons or stirrers were often nowhere to be seen, and at one session noone had bothered to put water in the urn! This kind of incompetent venue management seriously undermines the excellence of your teaching staff.