When & Where

Quick Facts

  • Availability No
  • Tutor Anna Vitale
  • Course Code W23HMSI03B
  • Suitable For 19 year olds and up are permitted on this course

What you will learn

Join this dynamic, enjoyable and rich in content course and build on your knowledge of the basics of French in a friendly and interactive “ambiance”. Together with improving vocabulary, consolidating grammar and gaining in confidence regarding your pronunciation, you will also expand your knowledge of the French culture and learn interesting aspects of history and civilisation along the way. This promises to be a pleasant and enriching journey!

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Use common expressions with “avoir”: ( I am hungry, thirsty, lucky, etc)
  • Use common prepositions to describe where objects and places are
  • Understand and give directions (“To go to the post office cross the street then turn right”…)
  • Use common verbs in the present tense
  • Talk about hobbies using the verb “faire”
  • Talk about family


  • Full fee
  • Concession fee
  • Class format and activities

    Practising speaking, listening, reading and writing skills, Learning through practical activities (individual tasks, role-plays, pair and small group work, games), Writing basic single words and short sentences, e.g. gap-filling, grammar exercises, Following and giving simple presentations, Listening for the gist or basic information, Revising topics (e.g. vocabulary) and grammar points

    Entry requirements

    We recommend that you achieve the learning outcomes of French Stage 1 Term 1 or the equivalent of 18-20 hours before enrolling for this course. Also suitable if you learnt French some time ago and would like to start again at near beginner’s level. If you are unsure of your level, you can contact the Languages department languages@morleycollege.ac.uk, tel. 02074501836 and we will be happy to advise on the most suitable course for you.

    What you need to know before you enrol

    Revision will be an important part of learning, therefore you should dedicate at least 2 hours a week to individual study and homework.

    What you need

    Paper and pen. A bilingual French dictionary. If required, a course book will be negotiated at the start of term. Please bring your own device, and a notebook and file to each lesson.

    What you can do next

    French Stage 1 Unit 3