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Master French with our complete curriculum, The pleasure of learning included!
Our courses are designed to suit your needs for everyday use, business purpose or students enhancement. Our qualified and expert teachers are dedicated to make you interact, communicate and work in group during class, so that you will learn in a friendly and immersive environment.
We will cover you all the way from complete beginner to fully proficient following the Common European Framework of Reference.
Spring: 10 Apr > 26 Jun - Registration from 1st Mar
Summer: 17Jul > 24 Sept - Registration from 1st Jun
Autumn: 7 Oct > 16 Dec - Registration from 1st Sept
Students will discover the basics of French and will learn how to introduce themselves and talk about their hobbies, tell where they live, describe their relationships, have simple conversations during a trip.
Choose this level if you are a beginner or a false-beginner.
You miss the start of the term? Don't worry we got you covered with our mid-term courses starting from 20th February.
After completing this level, you will be able to communicate and exchange on familiar and habitual subjects. You will be able to understand conversation related to areas of immediate relevance and to develop a strategy to manage in everyday life situations.
We have workshops to help you focus on specific skills (Focus on Phonetics, Grammar...) or learn for the pleasure with Sing a song.
Why not aiming to reach a B1 level? You will be able to interact with ease on familiar topics with native speakers.
At the end of B1, you can take the DELF B1 exam, an official and international recognition of your level in French. B1 is the minimum level of proficiency required by French universities for students who wish to undertake tertiary studies in France.
We have workshops to help you focus on specific skills (Focus on Phonetics, TV5 Monde, Focus on oral...).
After completing this level, you will be able to communicate with a degree of spontaneity and ease so that a conversation with a native speaker does not involve tension for either party. It is also the level of language proficiency that most French universities require from undergraduate foreign students.
At the end of B2, you can take the DELF B2 exam, an official and international recognition of your level in French.
We have workshops to help you focus on specific skills (Media et Actualité, Expression écrite...).
At this level, you will be able to express yourself spontaneously and fluently in social, professional or academic situations without any apparent difficulty in finding the right words.
You can take the DALF C1 exam, an official and international recognition of your level in French. DALF C1 is the most common level of proficiency required for students who wish to undertake tertiary studies in French in France.
You may pick up the selected specialised courses from B1 and/or B2 if you would like to focus on a special skill according to your interest.
I like the warm atmosphere created by AF in a way that students are encouraged to interact. The cultural courses have also helped us in better learning the French culture in a different dimensionHelen (A1)
The way learning French and Chinese is very different. This surprised me but the teaching method in AF helps me - person weak at languages, to remember and pick up French much efficient and effective than ever beforeVictoria (A1)
Thoroughly enjoyed my time at AFHK and found all the subjects covered were hugely relevant during my 4 weeks in France. I would definitely recommend (and have already done so) AFHKRachel (A1)
A huge difference from what it had been some 15 years ago when I first attended a course here. Much more proactive and many more interesting classes, like peinture or cultural icons, are provided. Keep running like this!Jeannie (B1)