Invitation au monde francophone (with Audio CD)

Bonin, Therese

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

Evelyne Amon, Judith 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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Vis-à-vis: Beginning French (Student Edition)

Evelyne Amon, Judith 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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Invitation au monde francophone (with Audio CD)

Bonin, Therese

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Oxford French Mini Dictionary

Oxford Dictionaries,

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Invitation au monde francophone (with Audio CD)

Bonin, Therese

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

Evelyne Amon, Judith 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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FREN1401

Written by Mar

This unit offers an introduction to French grammar and vocabulary to allow students to communicate o...

9 pages, 1491 words

FREN1401: Concise French Verbs

Written by Evelyn

Easy-to-read concise French notes for the major verbs used in FREN1401. Coloured headings separate i...

2 pages, 912 words

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Valerio

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Alice

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Christy

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Hi, I'm studying Medical Sciences on the Direct Pathway to medicine. I absolutely love learning...

Mar

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I'm an international student from Spain at UWA. Currently in my last year of the Bachelor of Commerc...

Reviews

Loooooved this unit. As long as you keep up with the work, you'll find it a breeze!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

If you keep on top of the work (which is quite enjoyable) it’s an easy Distinction/High Distinction.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Easy if you've done French in highschool up to yr 10, but there is a ton of content taught in a short time, so if this is your first exposure to French, it could be very hard. The assessments are much easier than you would expect from the content, and the lecturer and tutors are very nice and helpful.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Amazing unit! Extremely well-taught and rewarding. As long as you keep up with the work, it is a very easy unit to succeed in. Also, big thanks to Tristan for being a great tutor!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

I started with no French knowledge and had a great time in this unit! If you keep up with the learning and go to all the language classes, then you shouldn't find it too difficult. Would absolutely recommend for anyone that needs an A Broadening unit.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Great unit

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

If you're expecting to come out of this unit, able to speak basic French fluently, please go somewhere else. The only things you can expect to do well on, after taking this unit, are basic writing and reading. Not speaking. Even then, you have to work extremely hard to keep up, because the lecturer literally zooms through half the textbook leaving us drowning in a cascade of grammar and random vocab. I can't stress enough on how fast the teaching is- it is unbelievably overwhelming, especially for a unit meant for beginners. The tutors are alright. Lecturer and tutors are approachable enough. Weekly quizzes are okay only if you study the related pages well. The last dictation is hard. Exam is okay if you do all the revision exercise handouts in tutes, and the past papers. Recommended if you can handle lots of self-study weekly.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Very difficult to keep up with if you haven't done any French before! But if you study hard and do a little bit of work each day, you'll very quickly keep up and catch up!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014