Intermediate Part1

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Last Update September 28, 2022
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About This Module

The Intermediate module aims to consolidate and expand the knowledge acquired at the Beginner module. Compound, past, and future tenses will be introduced and explained using everyday life examples, comparing those tenses with their English equivalents. Upon completion of the Intermediate module, students would have acquired a very solid grounding in the French language. They would be able to express themselves in more formal contexts.


  • Each module is for a period of three (03) months. The modules are divided into units, each of which covers a grammar topic and is followed by a set of practical exercises.
  • Though students may learn independently at their own pace, they would be learning for at least six (06) hours a week for steady progress.Our audio and video materials are prepared solely by native speakers of French, so that our cherished students will not pick wrong pronunciations.
  • Our teaching method is practical, interactive and grammar focused. With over 20 years of practice of both French and English, we do know how to address the difficulties of anglophone French learners.

Target Audience

  • Anyone who wants to learn French fast and easy.
  • This French course is designed for beginners. We start with the absolute basics.
  • If you are nearly intermediate you can improve your Frech with this course.


14 Lessons70h

Unit 1: Past Tense (Le passé composé)

Reminder: In the previous module (Beginner) we studied French verbs: 1st group, 2nd group, and 3rd group, in the present simple as well as in the present continuous tenses (see Unit 10 – lesson 1).
Lesson 1: 1st Group Verbs in the “passé composé” (Le passé composé des verbes du premier groupe)
Lesson 2: 2 nd Group Verbs in the passé composé (Le passé composé des verbes du deuxième groupe)
Lesson 3: 3rd Group Verbs in the “passé composé” (Le passé composé des verbes du troisième groupe)00:00
Lesson 4: “To Have” and “To Be” in the passé composé
Lesson 5: Verb “aller” (to go) in the passé composé (Le passé composé du verbe “aller”)

Unit 2: Imperfect (L’imparfait)

Unit 3: Differences between the English and the French in the use of some tenses. (Différences d’emploi de certains temps entre l’anglais et le français)

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Duration 70 hours
14 lessons
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