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LG201 French Intermediate (on Zoom)
Monday, March 29, 2021, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM
Registration is closed - Event is full
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Monika Hastings builds on some of the lessons taught in the Winter intermediate French class. Priority registration will be given to members who were enrolled in the Winter class. (See below for the course description and Zoom instructions.)
To register, click the "Register Now" button on the right-hand side of the screen. If you don’t see this button, it means you have not logged in as a member yet. You can log in by clicking "Member Login" at the top right side of the screen. If you’re having difficulties registering, you can call the office for assistance at 604-228-1461 during weekdays between 10:00am to 2:00pm.
Minimum of 7 student for the class to run.
For those who have a working knowledge of low intermediate or intermediate French, this program offers an exciting way to improve or refresh your skills. We will study various aspects of grammar and vocabulary and tie them together with dynamic and fun speaking exercises for communicating in French-speaking countries and provinces. All materials will be provided. If you wish to travel to France or Quebec, communicate with French-speaking friends or refresh your knowledge of French, this course is for you. Students should be able to speak comfortably in the present tense and have reasonable knowledge of the past and future tenses.
Monika Hastings is your instructor.
Monika has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Modern Languages (French and Russian) from the University of Oxford, UK. She spent several years living in France as a child and then later lived in Paris for 4 years as an adult. She has taught French for many years, in companies, the government, community centres and to private individuals in various countries. She has a very strong knowledge of the intricacies of French grammar and likes to teach grammar and vocabulary in a structured way and follow it up with lots of speaking practice to consolidate what has been studied. She likes to make sure that students have the opportunity to speak as much as possible and uses different techniques to help them to assimilate the material studied.
Note: If you don't have access to the Zoom application on a computer, tablet or smart phone, Zoom presentations are also available by dialing in using a landline or cellphone. On the day and time of the course, call 778-907-2071 (within Metro Vancouver) and enter the Meeting ID and Passcode that were given after registering for the course. If you live outside of metro Vancouver, please look up the local phone number for your locationat https://zoom.us/u/akJIpJnoy (The calls are muted when you join the meeting, to unmute yourself, please press *6 (as per instructions on the phone).