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Notes for French 1 and French 2 (FREN10004 & 10005)

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Having never done French before French 1, the pace of this subject was pretty good and fast, but I didn't feel like I learned as much as I did in French 1. If I recall correctly, there was a bit more on grammar rather than plain vocabulary. 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 2, 2013. The drop-down menu only goes as far back as semester 1, 2017, so I'll select that.)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Great follow on from French 1, progressing the basics and learning with really fun additional movies and songs to assist the learning!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

French 2 is fairly simple if you enjoy the language, make sure you try to expose yourself to as much french as possible, it helps :)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

French is not that hard, it's all about passion ! Best tip: speak in French as much as you can !!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015