Intermediate French Classes

Intermediate French classes are offered on Thursday evenings, from 6:00-8:00 pm.

The Intermediate class is aimed at people who have had two to three years of exposure to French and who are able to describe events in the present, past and future tenses. They should also be able to navigate touristic situations (for example: buying an object, ordering in a restaurant, or asking for directions).

At the end of Intermediate French, students should be able to understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar subjects in work, school, leisure activities, etc.; describe someone’s personality; give advice; report a discourse or event and share opinions; understand and express percentage; write a text about their city or country and its inhabitants; and understand stories based on stereotypes.

In order to complete the Intermediate level, we recommend that students follow up with the Intermediate course Part 2 in the Winter and Part 3 in the Spring.

Not sure if you are an Intermediate? Take a placement test here.

The text required for the class is Edito niv. B1 (book and exercise book).

AFN also sells new copies of the required material. Students can buy the bundle from their teacher during the first few weeks of classes.

Supplementary materials supplied by the instructor may be used in class.

You can click here to download a PDF to print and mail to register.
Or you can pay online with PayPal.

Cost for AFN members is $290 per class session.

Cost for non-members is $335 per class session and includes AFN one year membership.