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Conversational French

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French 7

For students who can relate and describe health issues, give advice, situate  a habit, habitual action and description in the past. Use of the passé composé, imparfait and impératif tenses are acquired skills.

Students will master and learn to:

  • Ask about events & experiences in someone’s life
  • Situate any event, action or experience in the past
  • Relate & ask about anecdotes
  • Situate & ask about an event in the past
  • Situate a prediction in the future
  • Link a consequence to its condition
  • Indicate & ask about the degree of certitude
  • Indicate & ask about weather conditions

Evaluation

Non-Credit course
Progress report provided at the completion of the class.

Format

Fall & Winter terms:  1 class per week for 10 weeks, 2 hours a class.
Spring & Summer terms:  1 class per week for 8 weeks, 2 and a 1/2 hours a class.

Requisites

Assessment at French level 7

To be sure this is the correct level to register in have a speaking assessment done.
Please contact Gisele Piche at 966.4355 or email her at gisele.piche@usask.ca

As well, all participants must be at least 16 years old when classes start.

Required Co-Requisites

  • F7 ASSESSMENT - French 7 Assessment  (1 of the following)
    • LCM000-2015Z-F7A - LCM000-2015Z-F7A 
    • ASM000-2016Z-F7A - ASM000-2016Z-F7A 
    • ASM000-2017Z-F7A - ASM000-2017Z-F7A 
    • ASM000-2018Z-F7A - ASM000-2018Z-F7A 
    • ASM000-2019Z-F7A - ASM000-2019Z-F7A 

Refund Policy

NO REFUNDS once course has started. Withdrawing from a course prior to the first class, will result in a refund less an administrative fee of $75. The Arts & Sciences Languages Non-Credit Programming Unit reserves the right to cancel courses when there is insufficient enrollment, in these cases a full refund will be issued. No transfers will be allowed from one term to another term. If a class is cancelled during the term, these hours will be rescheduled and made up. However, if a student misses a class, no rescheduling or make up classes occur.


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Course Code: ASM107