Learn French, Level 5 - Part 2 St George & Sutherland Community College

Learn French, Level 5 - Part 2

French Level 5 – Part 2 is a continuation of learning from French Level 5 – Part 1, building on previous skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing in French, therefore extending your knowledge and understanding of the language. It focuses on conversation skills and improving your ability to engage in daily life activities. You will meet other people with different skill levels, but with the same goal to improve your French by keeping learning and practicing with each other.

Level 5, approximately 2 1/2 year’s prior learning of the language necessary.

Course Outline:

Unite 8 of the French Experience 1

  • Hotels and Camping
  • Booking a hotel room
  • Booking a campsite place
  • Apologising and saying you are late
  • Reporting a problem
  • Understanding information on hotels


  • Revision of future proche and simple
  • Questions
  • Common negations and their use

Learning Outcomes:

  • Enquire about available accommodation.
  • Book a hotel room or a campsite place.
  • Apologise for arriving late.
  • Report a problem.
  • Understand information on hotels.


  • Please bring a pen and paper.
  • Text book French Experience 1

About our Tutors:

Fatima – Fatima is a French native speaker; she has 17 years of teaching French in different community colleges. She loves the French language and its culture. She often travels to France to spend time with family and she recently spent a week in “Le Touquet ” in the North of France which she loved very much.
She provides a multi-media experience for language acquisition, which includes use of video, role play and literature.

Georgette – Bonjour, I am a native French speaker and I look forward to igniting your passion to learn by sharing my knowledge and appreciation of French language and culture. I will use class conversations, online media and songs in a relaxed and fun environment.

Other Information:

  • To ensure resources are ready for you at the start of your course, we ask you ideally enrol at least one week before the course commences.
  • All courses need a minimum number of students to run ("we try our hardest to get those") . If your course does not have enough students it will be cancelled before the commencement and you will be informed.

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.