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Foreign Language | French
French 2 (Intermediate French), Part Two

Continue growing strong and confident in French with Part Two. Since so many English words are derived from French, students will also experience improved overall vocabulary.

Total classes: 13

Prerequisite: French 2, Part One or equivalent

Suggested grade level: 9th to 12th

Suggested credit: One full semester French 2 or Foreign Language


More than 220 million people speak French on all five continents. Therefore, the ability to speak French is an advantage on the international job market. It is a culture that has influenced the Western World, and the Americas, and it is a beautiful and fun language to learn.

In Part Two we will learn pronouns: Tonique, reflexive, complement d’objet direct/indirect, pronoun of places, interrogative pronouns, relative pronouns; how to introduce people to one another, immediate past and future verb tenses; difference between an/année, jour/journée, soir/soirée; prepositions and adverbs of place/time, when to use c’est or il est; expressions with ‘coup’


The spring semester will cover lessons 19-36 with the same pattern of weekly assignments and quizzes, 3 tests, and a project.

Week One: Welcome back, disjunctive pronouns and introducing one another;

Week Two: reflexive verbs, asking questions;

Week Three: Immediate past (verb tense used in spoken language);

Week Four: Review 1, Test 1;

Week Five: Vocabulary nuances, pronouns ‘en/y’;

Week Six: Prepositions, writing sentences;

Week Seven: More on reflexive verbs, c’est/il est;

Week Eight: Review 2, Test 2;

Week Nine: Relative pronouns;

Week Ten: Futur simple, depuis/pendant/pour;

Week Eleven: Expressions with ‘coup’

Week Twelve: All vocabulary, entre/pour/par;

Week Thirteen: Review, test 3

Materials and Homework

Course Materials: First Start French Level II, by Danielle L. Schultz, Memoria Press, 2009, ISBN: 978-1-93095-363-5

Homework: Learning a second language is demanding. Depending on your goals, a minimum of 30 minutes a day is recommended. To help the memorization of the vocabulary words and grammar rules, different exercises have been developed for this class. There are: recordings for the vocabulary words, or the lesson of the week, the student can listen and repeat what he hears to develop his speech; quizlet sets help him to memorize the meaning of words, their grammatical gender, their spelling and associations with other words; quizzes on Moodle; and of course, the exercises from the Student book. Each week, a unique assignment has been created by the teacher for grading purposes, except the week the students have a test.

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