Stratford’s home study course is an ideal way to learn French language skills that can help you communicate with millions of people around the world. Our innovative training methods allow you to study at a pace that is most comfortable to you.
Stratford's French as a Second Language course begins very simply for true beginners, and then gradually progresses to a more advanced level. Students will learn everything from basic vocabulary to more detailed conversational topics.
Companies across the globe are in need of bilingual employees, so expanding your language skills could also be a great way to advance your career opportunities.
In addition, learning a new language can alleviate language barriers, assist you when traveling or even help you learn about new cultures.
Introduction to French as a Second Language · Basic vocabulary
· Things in your life
· Listening and comprehension exercises
· Beginning to read and write in French
Getting to Know You · Presentations
· The Alphabet
· French Sounds
· The French Pronouns
· The Verb "Ętre"
· Masculine and Feminine
· Singular and Plural
· Gender and Numbers
· The Verb "Avoir"
· Regular and Irregular Verbs
· Prepositions Used for Places/Directions
· The Irregular Verbs
· Parts of the Human Body
Studies and Careers · How's the Weather? ("Quel temps fait-il?")
· Expressions of Quantity
· Names of Professions Using "Ętre"
· Prepositions with Geographic Names
· Names of Nationalities
· Vocabulary for Transportation
· Comparative Adjectives
Places and People · The Conditional Tenses
· The Conditional Sentences
· The Possessive Pronouns
· The Pluperfect (Plus-que-parfait)
· Chronological Sequence, Logical Consequences, and Opposition
· The Present Participle
· Using "Ne.....que"
· Relative Pronouns and Prepositions
This educational program is an introductory course designed to help students gain knowledge necessary for the vocational application of this subject.
We take great pride in providing you with the most up-to-date textbooks and equipment. One or more of the above-mentioned subjects may, therefore, change if updating becomes necessary during the course of your studies. The order in which the course material is presented may vary.