VOYAGER, C'EST VIVRE !


The next session of 

French for Travelers 

is scheduled for 

March 1-22, 2018

(Thursday evenings),

from 7:15 to 8:45

in KULSHAN HALL.





 

French for Travelers is a short, intensive course designed for students with little or no experience with the 

French language and culture.


The course consists of four lessons focused on: pronunciation, greetings, and basic vocabulary for money, time,

days of the week, numbers, making reservations, eating out, asking questions about basic needs, and asking 

for directions. 


Scenarios include: hotels; markets, and boutiques; train and bus stations; airports; and restaurants. 


The course is flexible and can easily be tailored to fit the needs of participants with specific vocabulary and 

travel scenarios (e.g. those taking biking or hiking vacations).


This course is not designed to teach you how to speak French. If you wish to learn to speak French, 

please consider enrolling in one of the French conversation classes specifically focused on language acquisition.


There is no textbook requirement for this course. 


CLASS ONE

Basic greetings and useful expressions

Numbers

European Union currency

Days of the week

Months of the year


Practice online 

1. Alphabet, numbers, and greetings 

2. French greetings 

3. Numbers 11-100 

4. Days of the week 

5. Months of the year  

 


CLASS TWO

Stating the date

Indicating the time 

The French alphabet and spelling your name in French

Basic French language structure 

Subject pronouns: je, tu, il, elle, on, nous, vous, ils, elles

3 high-frequency verbs: avoir (to have), être (to be), aller (to go)

Basic negation using ne...pas (not)


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Practice online

1. French alphabet   

2. French alphabet  

3. Regular -er verbs here 

4. être here

5. aller here

6. avoir here

7. vouloir, pouvoir, and devoir here




CLASS THREE

Indicating the time listening practice


Irregular verbs "être, aller, avoir": pronunciation practice


Hotels, restaurants, open-air markets: info and vocabulary to help you get around


The Paris Métro systemLearn to Ride the Metro in Paris 

Consult or print a Paris Métro map here. 


French trains
Scroll down to the bottom of this page for useful websites.


Tipping guidelines from David Lebovitz here

Practice restaurant vocabulary online here.

Practice ordering coffee here

Check out useful market info here.



CLASS FOUR

General practice: greetings, names, alphabet, numbers, days of week, months, dates


Ordering in a restaurant, making reservations


Practice using the Paris Métro


Asking for directions: "S'il vous plaît, pour aller... / S'il vous plaît, je cherche..."        





 

USEFUL WEBSITES

For the train system in Paris, click here. Then click on the British flag for the English version.

Visiting Paris (English version of website)

The Paris Pass 

You Tube about the Paris Metro system / Using the Paris Metro system (in French) 

The French train system  

Interactive map: public transport for Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport

Driving in France: Wikitravel 






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