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? Enrol in one of the Beginners 1- A1.1 courses on offer. Otherwise, new students having knowledge of French must be assessed prior enrolling in a course. Request a placement test. If you don't have time for an online assessment, please come to the AF and meet with one of our teachers for a free assessment. To book your assessment, please send us an email to adelaide@af.org.au or call us at 08 8272 4281. 


Course Dates

2019

Term 1: 4 February - 15 April 2019
Term 2:
29 April – 8 July 2019
Term 3:
22 July – 28 September 2019 -  (Term 3 Course Schedule)
Term 4:
14 October – 14 December 2019

Terms and Conditions

Need assistance

If you require any assistance with the online facility or choosing a course, please don't hesitate to phone us on 8272 4281. Or if you want to enrol in Term 3,  but the course day and time does not fit with your schedule.

Enrol and pay online for Term 3 2019

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Available Courses: 11

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: 8

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: 5

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.