Vis-A-vis

Evelyne Amon, Judith A. Muyskens, Alice C. Omaggio Hadley

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Vis-a-vis

Evelyne Amon, Judith A. Muyskens, Alice Omaggio Hadley

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Vis-a-vis

Evelyne Amon, Judith A. Muyskens, Alice Omaggio Hadley

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Vis-A-vis

Evelyne Amon, Judith A. Muyskens, Alice C. Omaggio Hadley

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Vis-A-vis

Evelyne Amon, Judith A. Muyskens, Alice C. Omaggio Hadley

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Evelyne Amon, Judith A. Muyskens, Alice C. Omaggio Hadley

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Vis-A-vis

Evelyne Amon, Judith A. Muyskens, Alice C. Omaggio Hadley

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Vis-à-vis: Beginning French (Student Edition)

Evelyne Amon, Judith Muyskens, Alice C. Omaggio Hadley

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Motifs: An Introduction to French

Kimberly Jansma, Margaret Kassen

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H1 91 French 1 Course Notes

Bonjour! An in-depth summary of French 1 for beginners into the language. Incorporates class wor...

36 pages, 9814 words

Aidan

$50 per hour

I have previously worked at La Trobe, Swinburne and the University of Melbourne as a sessional tutor...

Brooke

$40 per hour

-Fourth year BA student (Linguistics), completing law subjects as breadth. -Dean's Award recipien...

Elisa

$20 per hour

Bonjour, I'm Elisa from Paris, France ! Recently having graduated with a course of Applied Foreign L...

Marine

$35 per hour

Hi! My name is Marine and I am an international student from France and have been on exchange year i...

Gwen

$25 per hour

Heya! I'm a French student currently studying a Bachelor in Biomed at the University of Melbourne...

Reviews

I did the winter intensive for this course, and it was really, really enjoyable. I would recommend for anyone looking to do a breadth. I would highly highly recommend to do it during the winter like I did (3 weeks and 2 days goes by VERY fast, and you finish all the assessment tasks before the start of sem 2 - unlike essay assessed winter subjects). Especially during COVID times where everything is conveniently online and there's nothing else to do in lockdown, this subject was a blessing in disguise. Teachers all lovely, and the classes are constructed really well.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

I has never learned French before (or any other language!) and found this subject really clear and easy to follow. Plus a lot more relaxed and fun than many of my other Arts classes. You are doing a lot of speaking activities with classmates (which means its a really great class to make friends in) and there are no lectures, so I think this is what makes the atmosphere more chilled out. Also, having a lot of smaller exams every couple of weeks is actually really helpful in forcing you to continually study and pick-up the language quicker.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Having never done French before, the pace of this subject was pretty good and fast, and I was surprised by how much I learned in just 12 weeks. The small-ish class size without lectures was perfect for a subject like this. Make sure you practise with friends and at home, revise regularly, and maybe use an app like Duolingo/Babbel/whatever to help you along. Bear in mind that apps don't really teach grammar, just vocabulary. (P.S. Things have probably changed since I did this subject in semester 1, 2013. The drop-down menu only goes as far back as semester 1, 2017, so I'll select that.)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I had done some french before so I found the subject pretty easy, but judging on others and myself, the pace was good while we did manage to cover a lot! Our instructor was lovely, and let us have a break during the two hour seminars sometimes as it could get a bit tedious. Attendance is important, as it was sometimes hard to catch up if u missed a class. Overall good subject and I liked that there were many smaller assessments instead of a huge end of sem exam.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Reasonably chill and relaxed instruction, not a hard subject to do well in. Quite enjoyable (did someone say movie?), as long as you don't stress over all the assessments (there are quite a few). On the flip side the final exam is quite short and not too bad; no need to cram much. The pace of content covered is quite fast, but it doesn't feel too forced or harsh.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Wonderful introduction to French language and culture! Really fun subject structure too, so it didn't really even feel like hard work!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Huge amount of content covered in 12 weeks but not too hard to get H1 :) quite enjoyable as well.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

i had a great tutor but joined the subject about 5 weeks in so it was a bit of a struggle, still enjoyable though

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Great way to begin your journey towards fluent speech in French. No prior knowledge required whatsoever. Highly recommended for those looking to really pick-up a language and boost that WAM while you're at it!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I had no prior study in French and after a semester I can actually read and understand French books :) Very satisfying subject to take

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017