Level A1.1 is the minimal level of skill of the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR) which can acquire absolute beginners in French as a foreign language.
- Can understand some familiar and daily expressions used in very recurring situations of communication as well as very simple statements aiming at satisfying certain concrete needs of the social life and can produce some.
- Can identify himself and answer questions concerning, for example, his nationality, his age, his place of residence, his school and possibly, to ask himself questions of this type to somebody.
- Can participate in an ordinary interaction, at least partially, by means of simple statements (centered on one or two words) also by using his mother tongue or other acquired languages tongues if the interlocutor speaks slowly and clearly and shows himself cooperative and friendly.
This blog is the space of reference for the 2019 – 2020 A1 level class (semester 2).
You will find the course schedule, the topics studied, homework as well as a Resources and tools page.
If you miss a class, you will be able to know what was addressed in class and to self-study appropriately.
One piece of advice: add the blog to your favorite Bookmarks or personalized tab-bar in your browser to ensure you remember to access it.
15 cours de 3 heures
Jeudi 11 février
Jeudi 18 février
Jeudi 4 mars
Jeudi 11 mars
Jeudi 18 mars
Jeudi 25 mars
Jeudi 1er avril
Jeudi 8 avril
Jeudi 15 avril
Jeudi 22 avril
Jeudi 6 mai
Jeudi 20 mai
Jeudi 27 mai
Jeudi 3 juin
Jeudi 10 juin
Thème : Noël et le Jour de l’An