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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

Duration: 75 minutes per class

Prerequisite: French 2, Part One or equivalent. If you are unsure which French course to take, you can email Dr. LaPierre at [email protected].

Suggested Grade Level: 9th to 12th grade.

Suggested Credit: One full semester French or Foreign Language.

Instructors: Nathalie LaPierre, DVM


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 of this course we will learn pronouns ‘y’ and ‘en’, reflexive verbs, relative pronouns ‘qui’ and ‘que’, interrogative pronouns, demonstrative pronouns, verb vivre, verb tenses ‘imparfait’, the ‘futur simple’ and an introduction to the ‘conditionnel’, vocabulary words concerning the home and clothing, ordinal numbers and large numbers, irregular adjective, comparisons, adverbs.


The spring semester will cover lessons 19-36.

Week One: Welcome back, Unité 5 week 17-18: ‘Les sports et la vie quotidienne’, pronouns ‘y’ et ‘en’, talk about time, and express your opinion;

Week Two: Unité 5 week 19-20: reflexive verbs;

Week Three: Unité 6 week 21-22: ‘Chez nous’, home vocabulary, vivre, passé composé, relative pronouns;

Week Four: Unité 6 week 23: l’imparfait verb tense;

Week Five: Unité 6 week 24: imparfait et passé composé

Week Six: Unité 7 week 25-26: ‘Soyez à la mode’, clothing, accessories, numbers, ordinal numbers, irregular adjectives;

Week Seven: Unité 7 week 27: comparing

Week Eight: Unité 7 week 28: pronouns interrogative, demonstrative;

Week Nine: Unité 8 week 29-30: ‘Bonnes vacances!’, vocabulary about vacation, geography, airport, using preposition with the name of a country, recevoir et apercevoir verbs

Week Ten: Unité 8 week 31: futur simple, after ‘si’ and ‘quand’, irregular verbs;

Week Eleven: Unité 8 week 32: conditionnel, polite expressions with the conditional verb tense, and using the conditional with ‘si’

Week Twelve: Unité 9 week 34: using the infinitive verb with adjectives, or prepositions, ‘participe présent’;

Week Thirteen: Unité 9 leçons 35 and 36: Le subjonctif et célébration du français avec les présentations orales.

Materials and Homework

Course Materials:

Discovering French Blanc, Valette et Valette, edition McDougal Littell, ISBN: 0-618-03505-2 (https://amzn.to/3bW5mr0). We recommend purchasing used (BookFinder.com is a good resource).

Homework: It is recommended that the student will invest at least 30 minutes a day for listening exercises, reading and grammar exercises. Some weeks will have a pre-recorded video to help with the explanation of a grammar point. There is a spelling quiz every week, one assignment to submit, independent grammar work to complete, and the student is expected to come to the microphone during class to have an opportunity to practice speaking French. There are two tests for this class, one handwritten at mid-term, and one multiple choice at the end of the semester. There is one composition with oral presentation at the end of the semester. 

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