Adult Courses


Learn French at your own pace: at Alliance Française d'Adélaïde, you will find French courses adapted to your needs, availability and objectives! 

Complete beginner? Enroll in one of the Beginners 1- A1.1 courses on offer. Otherwise, new students must be assessed prior enrolling in a course. Request a  placement test.

Course Dates

Term 1: 29 January - 9 April 2018
Term 2: 30 April - 7 July 2018
Term 3: 23 July - 29 September 2018
Term 4: 15 October - 15 December 2018

Course Prices

Course fees: $295 for 10  x 2hrs or pro-rata for our 9 week courses.

Registration: $35 for 12 months

Books:
Alter Ego  student textbook ($39) and workbook ($26)
French grammar in 44 lessons and over 230 activities ($39) - required for Let's Speak French! classes
Note: Not all courses require books. 

Terms and Conditions

Unable to find your course or level? Email us at adelaide@af.org.au or call us on 08 8272 4281.

Adult Courses Term 3 2018 Timetable:   PDF Format

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Available Courses: 15

Beginners (A1 Level)

For complete beginners and those who have a basic level in French: 

Students will learn to: 

  • Introduce yourself, express likes and dislike
  • Daily routines and leisure activities
  • Numbers, time, days of the week, etc.
  • Present, Past and Future tenses
  • 4 levels to complete: from A1.1 to A1.4
  • After A1.4, prepare and sit for the DELF A1 exam, an official and international recognition of their level in French.
Available Courses: 6

Intermediate (A2 Level)

For students who can communicate in a simple way and exchange information.

Students will learn to:

  • Converse daily in a simple way
  • Talk about your family, your relationships, your work
  • Past tenses, Subjunctive mode, Future tenses
  • Read and understand short articles, TV report
  • At the end of this level, prepare and sit for DELF A2.


Available Courses: 7

Advanced (B1 Level)

For independent users who can maintain interaction progressing towards spontaneous communication.

Students will learn to:

  • Understand and use all Past, Future and Subjunctive tenses;
  • Speak and interact with more confidence;
  • Listen, read and understand a variety of audio and written documents: article, news reports, radio, TV
  • At the end of this level, prepare and sit for DELF B1. DELF B1 is the minimum level of proficiency required to be eligible for French citizenship.

Available Courses: 4

Upper Advanced (B2 Level)

For students who can communicate spontaneously in French.

Students will learn to: 
  • Understand the main ideas of a complex text on both concrete and abstract topics
  • Interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity  with native speakers
Various courses to choose from:

  • B2.1  to further your study of the French language through textbooks. A structured progression for committed individuals.
  • Conversation groups to improve fluency and converse in French. Perfect for extroverts.
  • Arts Class or how to improve your French through the visit of an ideal museum.
Note: DELF B2 is the minimum level of proficiency required by most French universities for students who wish to undertake studies in France.
Available Courses: 1

Academic (C1 Level)

For students who can communicate and interact fluently in French.

Students will learn to: 

  • Understand a wide range of more demanding and longer texts
  • Express their opinions in a more spontaneous way without searching for the right expression
  • Produce clear and well-structured texts on complex subjects showing correct use of organisational patterns and connectors

Note: DALF C1 is the minimum level of proficiency required by some French universities for students who wish to undertake studies in France.