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Comprehensive Curriculum

The curriculum of the French Course is well-designed by well-trained trainers in accordance with the requirements of the European Framework of reference for languages. You can gain expertise in the French language and expedite your dexterity with Henry Harvin®.

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About the French Language Course

French Language Course

French Language Course designed to comprehend topics and lexis. Moreover, you will learn grammatical concepts to enhance your prowess in the French language. After completion of the course, you will be able to write a variety of texts. Henry Harvin® will assist you in genuinely speaking the French language. You can become language proficient once you complete the course with us. The French language is globally accepted.

A1: The Beginners Level- This level deals with the Basic French Vocabulary, Greetings in French, Basic Grammar such as Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Plural, adjectives, and more

A2: The Upper Beginners Level- This Level deals with French Language upper Beginners level, Express a decision, make a comparison, indicate a chronology, express certitude, grammar like Future tenses, Relative pronouns, Comparative/ Superlative Sentences, Adverbs, Demonstrative Pronouns, and more

B1: The intermediate Level -This level deals with the skills like writing, reading, and listening. Candidates will gain skills to be able to structure sentences in the French Language

B2: The Upper Intermediate Level This level deals with extra learning about the French Dialects and Complex Texts. The candidate will gain knowledge to create long speeches in French and smoothly explain complex thoughts

C1: The Advanced Level- This level will equip the candidate with an understanding of longer texts and their implicit meaning. Candidates will learn to express fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions

C2: The Proficiency Level- This level will help the candidates to understand everything that is virtually heard or read. The candidates will be able to summarize information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation.


9 in 1 Course

  • Training: Live Online Interactive Classroom Sessions

             A1: 30 hours

             A2: 30 hours

             B1: 40 hours

             B2: 40 hours

             C1: 40 hours

             C2: 40 hours 

  • Projects: Facility to undergo projects in Facility to undergo projects in French Language and Implementation, and more
  • Internship: Internship assistance to gain experiential knowledge of French Language
  • Certification: Get Certification of French Language Training Course from Henry Harvin®, Govt of India recognized & Award-Winning Institute
  • Placement:100% Placement Guarantee prop up for 1-Year post successful completion
  • E-Learning: Access with Abundant Tools and Techniques, video content, assessments, and more
  • Bootcamps: Regular Bootcamps spread over the next 12 months for an exotic journey of French Course
  • Hackathons: Free Access to #AskHenry Hackathons and Competitions
  • Membership: Get 1-Year Gold Membership of Henry Harvin® Language Academy for the French language Training  Course

Trainers at Henry Harvin®

  • Most renowned industry veterans with 15+ years of working experience
  • Considerate selection by our training partners and recognized by numerous organizations over the years for their work
  • Have been invited for100+ Keynote classes for French Course
  • Have delivered 350+ lectures and are currently empaneled as domain experts with Henry Harvin® Language Academy

Fees:

  LEVEL Duration      Fees
     A1      30 Hours INR 8999/-
     A2      30 Hours INR 8999/-
     B1      40 Hours INR 11999/-
     B2      40 Hours INR 11999/-
     C1      40 Hours INR 14999/-
     C2      40 Hours INR 14999/-

Gold Membership Benefits

  • Avail 1-Year Gold Membership of Henry Harvin® Language Academy that includes E-Learning through recorded Videos, Games, Projects, CPDSPe Studies
  • Free Bootcamp Sessions for 1-Year
  • Earn the Prestigious Henry Harvin®️ Alumni Status and become one of the reputed 3,00,000+ Alumni across the globe Guaranteed Internship with Henry Harvin®️ or partner firms
  • Weekly 10+ job opportunities offered
  • Experience Industry Projects during the training

Learning Benefits

  • Initiate Conversation about Present, future, and past events
  • Explain Habitual action and talk about the memories
  • Describe Feelings and express present and future wishes
  • Learn the basics of Sentence and Word building
  • Express Opinion and argue with people
  • Talk and describe Past events and express Doubts & Probability
  • Make Hypothesis about the past events and explain them
  • Learn extensively about the Advanced French Language Grammar

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  • Winner of Top Corporate Training Award, Game-Based Learning Company of the under 40 Business World Award
  • Affiliated with American Association of EFL, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, MSME, UKAF, UKCert, Project Management Institute (PMI), and ISO 29990:2010 certified
  • Reviews: 1400+ Google Reviews, 200+ Youtube Testimonials with 4.5+ Rating Rated on Goabroad, Trustpilot, GoOverseas & more

Career Benefits

  • Exposure to Millions of Jobs Globally in the Arena of French Language Course
  • Get Hired by International Brands like Google, Amazon, JP Morgan, and other top brands in the industry
  • Be Highly Paid as a Freelancer or as a full-time Professional after the Successful completion of French Language Training Course
  • Improve your CV & LinkedIn Profile with Technical & Professional development
  • Distinguish your Profile from peers and get Promoted in Current Profile with most in-demand Skills
  • Distinguish your profile with the Course Completion Certification of French Language Training Course
  • Better Job Security with exceptional growth opportunities
  • Reach the pinnacle of your career to touch skyscraper heights
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French Language Course Curriculum

Module 1:

Topics

  • Greetings in French
  • Understand days of the week and months of the year.
  • Count (numbers)
  • Spell words
  • Introduce yourself (give your age, your job, talk about your family, say where you are from, where you live, say the languages you speak)
  • Ask questions 
  • Learn basic vocabulary

Grammar

  • Auxiliary verbs (to be/to have)
  • Genders (masculine/feminine)
  • Definite and indefinite articles
  • Plural form
  • Possessive adjectives (my, your, his/her…)
  • Regular verbs at the present tense (-er verbs)

Module 2:

Topics

  • Understand a menu/Order at a restaurant
  • Ask questions 
  • Understand and give directions 
  • Speak about the weather
  • Say the time
  • Suggest an outing
  • Buy in shops

Grammar

  • Plural of nouns
  • “on” pronoun
  • Negation
  • Prepositions of location (in, on, next to, in front of…)
  • Use « Quel », « Est-ce que » and « Qu’est-ce que » in a question
  • Demonstrative adjectives (this, that)

Module 3:

Topics

  • Do your grocery shopping
  • Indicate a quantity
  • Speak about the future 
  • Make a positive/negative comment
  • Describe someone

Grammar

  • Partitive articles
  • Answering a negative question
  • Futur Proche (future tense)
  • Reflexive verbs (se lever…)
  • Imperative Form

Module 4:

Topics

  • Speak about the past 
  • Talk about a duration
  • Talk about your studies
  • Give advice, order 

Grammar

  • Passé Composé (past tense)
  • Présent Continu (Present continuous)
  • Direct pronouns
  • Time markers

Module 1:

Topics

  • Speak about what sport you enjoy doing
  • Speak about the future 
  • Give advice 
  • Speak about your goals
  • Express a decision

Grammar

  • Revisions of A1 Curriculum
  • Futur Simple (Future tense)
  • Hypothesis in the future
  • The negative imperative
  • Express a cause/reason and a purpose

Module 2:

Topics

  • Express frequency
  • Describe your home
  • Understand an ad for a flat
  • Give directions 
  • Make a comparison
  • Explain a choice

Grammar

  • Present tense
  • The preposition “Depuis”
  • Relative pronouns (qui/que)
  • Comparative/Superlative

Module 3:

Topics

  • Speak about the past 
  • Make a description
  • Indicate a chronology
  • Understand a biography
  • Speak about a life-changing event
  • Explain a problem/give solutions

Grammar

  • Le Passé composé and l’Imparfait (past tenses)
  • « Il y a » / « Pendant »
  • Chronology
  • Cause/Reason
  • Consequence

Module 4: Topics

  • Give an opinion 
  • How to avoid repetitions
  • Give advice 
  • Express a certitude
  • Express wishes

Grammar

  • Plural of -al words
  • Direct and indirect pronouns
  • Adverbs of manner
  • Imperative+Direct and indirect pronouns
  • Subjunctive form
  • Conditional
  • Irregular verbs

Module 5:

Topics

  • Describe a place
  • Talk about citizenship
  • Organize a speech
  • Ask questions about an object
  • Describe material

Grammar

  • Y pronoun
  • Où Relative pronoun
  • Indefinite adjectives (tout/toute/chaque/quelques)
  • Opposition/Concession
  • Interrogative pronoun « lequel »
  • Demonstrative pronouns (celui-ci/celui-là…)

Module 6:

Topics

  • Understand a written/oral advertisement
  • Give your opinion 
  • Understand a leaflet
  • Make a demand

Grammar

  • Gerundive form
  • En pronoun
  • Indicative/Subjonctive
  • Negation
  • Prepositions of localisation

Topics & Vocabulary

 

  • Talking about past experiences and encounters
  • Expressing aims and causes – comme, puisque and parce que
  • Providing a detailed description
  • Describing personal motives
  • Justifying a choice
  • Talking about travels
  • Making suggestions
  • Giving your opinion
  • Hypothesising
  • Talking about countries and regions
  • Describing a fictional character
  • Describing feelings and emotions
  • Talking of hopes and aspirations
  • Expressing regrets
  • Expressing, promoting and justifying opinions
  • Debating: politics, recycling, the environment, new technologies, social issues, consumerism
  • Expressing feelings and emotions
  • Expressing obligation, possibilities and restrictions
  • Writing a variety of texts (text messages, emails, letters etc.)
  • Talking about movies (storyline and characters)

 

Grammar

  • Review of the past and future tenses
  • Plus-que-parfait (Past perfect)
  • Agreement of the past participle with avoir (passé composé tense)
  • Direct pronouns (le, la, les)
  • Conditional tense
  • Hypothesis : si + imparfait
  • Prepositions with countries and regions
  • Past conditional
  • Adverbs in ‘-ment’
  • Linking words
  • Subjunctive
  • Verbs to express opinion – je crois que, je pense que etc.
  • Impersonal structures – il faut que etc.
  • Gerund : ‘-ant’
  • Direct vs indirect pronouns
  • Structures with verbs expressing feelings – je regretted que/ je regretted de etc.
  • Pronouns order
  • Relative pronouns – ce qui, ce que, ce don’t
  • Word order : the adjective
  • Style and register: formal/ informal

Cultural Content

  • French regions
  • French people and their holidays
  • Popular French tourist sites
  • The French artistic scene
  • Political life in France
  • Environmental issues
  • New technologies
  • Social causes
  • French cinema (films, directors and actors)

Skills Work

  • Speaking/active practice
  • Listening Practice
  • New vocabulary
  • Pronunciation
  • Speaking/debating
  • Producing various styles of written French

 

Topics & Vocabulary

  • Summarising and reporting information
  • Presentations – structures and phrases
  • Talking about the professional world
  • Details of business etiquette
  • Inequalities at work
  • Expressing feelings and ideas
  • The media
  • Explaining the meaning of a word
  • Playing with words – poetry, proverbs, word-play, word creation, metaphors, stylized writing
  • Language register – colloquial idioms
  • Defining words, concepts, and objects
  • French slang
  • Reporting uncertain information
  • Origin of some French words
  • Advertising and slogans
  • Colloquial expressions
  • French sayings
  • Advising according to different registers
  • Genuine spoken French
  • Expressing feelings and sensations
  • Playing with the language
  • French literature
  • Writing a text message
  • Describing a picture in details
  • Presenting a document

Grammar

  • Reported speech – structures and tense agreement
  • Collective nouns agreement – une majorité de, la plupart de etc
  • Suffixes
  • Passive tense
  • Pronoun ‘en’
  • Linking words
  • Nominalisation
  • Language register
  • Complex relative pronouns – avec lequel, sur lequel etc
  • Past and present conditional
  • C’est, ce sont…qui/que
  • Nominal sentences
  • Adverbs
  • Exlamation – ‘Comme c’est grand !’
  • Negative sentences
  • Word order: adjectives
  • Subjunctive
  • Past participle agreement
  • Punctuation
  • Pour vs par
  • Imperative
  • Prepositions of place

Cultural Content

  • Equality at work
  • The French Educational system
  • French people and the media
  • Songs in French
  • Francophonie
  • French poetry
  • Slam
  • Origin of some French words
  • The media
  • Advertising
  • French music
  • Comic books
  • French authors and literature
  • French poetry
  • History of the French language/different varieties of French

Skills Work

  • Speaking/debating
  • Listening
  • Understanding different accents
  • Producing various styles of written and spoken French

Topics & Vocabulary

  • Making a presentation
  • Putting forward arguments
  • Cause/consequence
  • Expressing opinions and feelings
  • Hypothesising
  • Reporting a message
  • Expressing nuance
  • Talking about memories
  • Aesthetics
  • Current events
  • Social issues

Grammar:

  • Presentations: words and structures
  • Subjunctive: present, imperfect, and past perfect
  • Nominalisation
  • Demonstrative pronouns
  • Past participle vs gerund
  • Si + tenses
  • Conditional: present and past
  • Past perfect
  • Adjectives
  • Structures for reported speech

Cultural Content

  • The French education system
  • French fine arts
  • French music
  • French cinema
  • French literature
  • French history
  • Doing business in French

Skills Work

  • Lots of speaking/debating
  • Lots of listening
  • Understanding different accents
  • Producing various styles of written and spoken French

Topics & Vocabulary

  • Expressing thoughts and feelings
  • Subjectivity vs objectivity
  • Structuring your speech
  • Language registers
  • Political and social issues
  • Stereotypes
  • Regional differences
  • History
  • Current events

Grammar

  • Subjunctive
  • ‘Ne’ explétif
  • Nominalisation
  • Linking words
  • Complex use of grammar to contribute to a debate

Cultural Content

  • French institutions
  • French values and symbols
  • Francophonie
  • French philosophy
  • The media in France
  • French politics
  • French arts
  • French gastronomy
  • French body language

Skills Work

  • Lots of speaking/debating
  • Lots of listening
  • Understanding different accents
  • Producing various styles of written and spoken French
  • Business Communication
  • Preparation for the Interview
  • Presentation Skills

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I am planning to move to France for work, so I thought learning French would help me converse with the locals with ease. My friend recommended Henry Harvin. The teachers here are very fluent in French. They are very helpful and friendly too. I find this course very enjoyable and challenging.

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I have completed my beginner’s level French language course from Henry Harvin and already feel a lot more confident while speaking French. The trainer seems to know the individual needs of every student in class and works in a group to help each one of us improve quickly and achieve our goals.

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I selected Henry Harvin for learning French as I read really good reviews about their French language course. The number of students in every batch is reasonable and so we get enough time to practice our oral skills with the trainers and fellow students. This built my confidence in speaking the language with others.

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Commonly Asked Questions

French B1 Course helps you to comprehend various topics encountered in daily life. The B2 level is the second stage of the CEFR independent user category. It helps you to understand more complex text.

Yes, the students should have a beginner level of knowledge about this language because French B1-B2 is an intermediate-level course. It helps you in speaking and writing a complex text if you have a basic understanding of this language.

There is no difference between DELF B1 and B2 content-wise. The same subjects are proposed in the DELF junior version and the school exams.

French Course is set up by the University of Paris Saclay.

The French language is globally accepted and recognized. Multinational companies hire French language speakers and offer a good salary hike. The French language is valuable across the world.

The first step is to ascertain the French level, as defined by the Common European Standard, through a precise proficiency test.

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) is an international standard for elucidating language proficiency. The CEFR has six levels- from A1 for the beginner to C2 for the highest level of proficiency.

Learning a new language is not hard if we endeavor and learn under the guidance of well-trained instructors. It all depends upon the candidates how they grasp the language and, more importantly, they are learning from which mentor.

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