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Level 4 French

In line with the wishes of our Association members who attend those sessions, we had decided to continue with video-conferences for 2023-24 until we could regain access to our usual venue…

We can now use that venue; consequently, from 1st April 2024 onwards, Levels 4 and 5 will return to face-to-face lessons on Friday mornings at Callac, at Kerbuannec 2.

On the other hand, Level 6 lessons will continue as video-conferences on Monday mornings.

In 2024-2025, we hope that all French courses will return to face-to-face.


Levels 4 and 5 French

Levels 4 and 5 are taught by Catherine, a native French speaker who studied French and English at the Sorbonne in Paris, qualified and then taught English for more than 30 years, mainly to secondary school students. 

In 2023-2024, the Level 4/5 course takes place on Fridays from 9:30 to 12:00 with half an hour’s break from 10:30 to 11:00.

The course is limited to 10 people only.

People who would like to join the course in September/October 2024 should get in touch with Catherine now via the “Contact” page. 



The Level 4/5 course is meant for people who: 

  • are already able to communicate well in French but

  • want to develop their skills further,

  • still need to work at some grammatical points they may already have studied in the past,

  • need to correct some bad habits,

  • have a good knowledge of the present tense, the near future and the passé composé

  • have been introduced to the imparfait.


During the year, they will: 

  • revise what they learnt the year before, including the passé composé and the imparfait,

  • study the pluperfect, the future and the present conditional, 

  • use original audio and visual documents (including dialogues, songs, cartoons, and photographs) both for oral and written. comprehension and expression, so that everyone can find activities that suit his/her tastes. 


By the end of the year, after attending the course regularly, they should be able to: 

  • understand spoken French more easily,

  • have corrected most of their most usual mistakes,

  • speak and write short texts using the present, the future, the “passé composé” and the “imparfait”,

  • have become more confident in their knowledge of French.

Choose your level from the options below.

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