Pratique 

La Prononciation  Les Pronoms  (lui, leur, y, en, etc.)  Les pronoms démonstratifs   (ce, celui, etc.)  Les pronoms relatifs   (qui, que, dont, où)  a French school landscape painting from the Louvre  
portrait of famous French writers and poets

un portrait célèbre de poètes et écrivains français célèbres (tableau au Louvre)

Littérature  Le Grand Meaulnes  Le Comte de Monte-Cristo Le Tour du Monde       Alors, vous parlez français ? Whether it's been a few years or a few decades since your last French class, there's a good chance you'll fall into the Intermediate category. Many people stay at this level for a long time, and there's a spectrum: Advanced Beginner/Low Intermediate, Mid-Intermediate, Advanced Intermediate. This level is all about getting comfortable using regular and common irregular verbs in present, past and future tenses, and drawing on a bank of common everyday vocabulary. French With Amey offers language classes, cultural/conversational classes, soirées and immersion events to give you opportunities to develop your skills within the Intermediate level. Classes are open to any age, and can be a supplement to another class,  a way to refresh before traveling to France, or simply a way to keep your brain active! Amey divides the Intermediate category into three levels: LOW INTERMEDIATE Getting more comfortable recalling vocabulary as required by context. Sentences becoming more fluid, using different tenses and grammatical structures. Need consistent practice to retain and comprehend structures. MID-INTERMEDIATE Able to use more complicated structures, though sometimes everything gets jumbled up and there are big pauses. Working to expand vocabulary. HIGH INTERMEDIATE Has been introduced to a lot of tenses and vocabulary, but needs practice to develop fluidity speaking and writing. Intermediate Classes  INTERMEDIATE FRENCH  (8-10 sessions)  A weekly language class that continues from the Beginning French class, emphasizing common vocabulary and verbs in the present, past and future tenses. A Francophone country project brings vocabulary and structures to life, while developing your written and oral skills. Mostly conducted in French (limited English if participants are struggling). INTERMEDIATE LEVEL CONVERSATION CLASSES   (on-going every term)  Conversation classes focus on developing your overall French skills: reading, writing, speaking, oral comprehension. Each session focuses on a different aspect of French culture, with a combination of activities to review and practice  common but difficult vocabulary and grammar. The goal for all participants is to communicate entirely in French (limited English for a difficult grammatical structure or vocab word). Levels are described below: Advanced Beginner conversation focuses on building sentences correctly (tenses, pronoun placement, verb conjugation), with the additional of a cultural focus each session for a reading or one activity.  Much of the class is conducted in French, with only a few words in English to explain a concept Intermediate conversation focuses on a combination of content and structures. The goal is to use correct grammatical structures (tenses, pronouns, verb conjugations) while discussing a variety of topics. Almost all of the class is conducted in French. Advanced Intermediate conversation is an opportunity to speak in French with a small group of people who still need some practice understanding and using difficult grammar concepts. Emphasis putting together long thoughts with fluency. The class is conducted in French. SEMAINE D'IMMERSION   (summer term)  A full week to immerse yourself in French with activities to develop your reading, writing, speaking, and listening comprehension skills. A fun way to put grammar structures and vocabulary into context. Offered separately for the Advanced Beginner and Intermediate/Advanced Intermediate levels. Test yourself!  Try to answer the following questions, both aloud and on paper. You can check back every few months to see if the questions get easier for you as you get more comfortable with structures and vocabulary. Un Questionnaire Qu'est-ce que vous aimez faire le week-end ?  Vous avez peur de quoi ?  Préférez-vous acheter des livres ou emprunter des livres de la bibliothèque ? Pourquoi?  Qu'est-ce que vous portez quand il fait chaud ? Qu'est-ce que vous portez quand il fait froid ?  Quel âge avez-vous ? Qu'est-ce que vous avez fait hier ?  Quel temps faisait-il hier ?  Qu'est-ce que vous avez mangé ce matin ?  Comment préférez-vous voyager: en train, en avion ou en voiture ?  Qu'est-ce que vous voulez faire demain ?   Qu'est-ce que vous devez faire demain ?  Si vous pouviez habiter dans un autre pays, où habiteriez-vous ?