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Spanish 1

Course description For beginners who require an intensive introduction to the Spanish language. This course provides a solid foundation for understanding Spanish and learning more. This is achieved in a systematic way, with students becoming familiar with the system of sounds, vocabulary, and form of the language as the course progresses. This course is for people who wish to learn this language over a period of time, following a step by step approach. It will take you from a very... [More]
$261.8 Limited inc GST / $211.81 / $226.80
Spanish 1

<h2 id="Coursedescription">Course description </h2><p>For beginners who require an intensive introduction to the Spanish language.<br/>This course provides a solid foundation for understanding Spanish

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Italian Fast and Fun B - Andiamo

Course Description Would you like a course where you listen, think and speak in Italian from the word go? Would you like to shop Italian Style, book your airline ticket, organise your Italian holiday? Do you have a smattering of italian vocabulary and grammar? Would you like to do this in a safe, fun and engaging environment? Then Italian Fast and Fun B – Andiamo is for you. This course is a contination of Italian Fast and Fun A – Pronto and is based on the Michel Thomas method and... [More]
$226.6 Limited inc GST / $176.61 / $191.60
Italian Fast and Fun B - Andiamo

<h2 id="CourseDescription">Course Description</h2><p>Would you like a course where you listen, think and speak in Italian from the word go? <br/>Would you like to shop Italian Style, book your airline

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French 4 - (CEFR A1.2)

Course description This course is a continuation course from French 3. Students wishing to enrol in this course should know the present tense of all types of verbs and have completed French 1 to French 3 or done 48 hours of French tuition. The French 4 course will focus on the past tense called ‘passé composé’ and talking about food, leisure and taste. Textbook purchase required: see What to bring and Important information What your course will cover In a relaxed, friendly and... [More]

German 1

Course description This course is suitable for beginners who have never studied German before. The emphasis is on learning the basics of the German everyday language to allow you to engage in conversations about yourself using short sentences. All four language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) will be practised every lesson. The course will continue with German 2 in the following term depending of enrolment numbers . Text purchase required. What your course will... [More]

Chinese 1

Course description This is a beginners course in Mandarin, the official language spoken by all Chinese in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore. The course is for those with no or very limited knowledge of the language and who may want to travel to the Chinese speaking region, who would just like to speak Chinese or who are curious about the language and culture or simply just want to keep the brain ticking over. The class will continue to the next level in the following term if... [More]

French 1 - French for beginners (CEFR A1.1)

Course Description This course is an introduction to the current French language, with a strong focus on pronunciation. It lays the foundations of the French language for further study, and will include learning how to ask for and give introductory information about yourself. Textbook purchase required: see What to bring and Important information What your course will cover In a relaxed, friendly and supportive atmosphere, you will learn The French rules of pronunciation : Nasal... [More]

French 3 - (CEFR A1.1)

Course description This course is a continuation course from French 2. Students wishing to enrol in this course should know the present tense of ‘to be’ and ‘to have’ and associated expressions and have completed French 1 and French 2 with Adult Education or done 32 hours of French tuition. The French 3 course will focus on contact details, the present tense of the verbs ending in ‘-er’ and talking about your family. Textbook purchase required: see What to bring and Important... [More]

French 2 - (CEFR A1.1)

Course description This course is a continuation course from ‘French 1 - French for beginners’ and is the second part of the foundations of the French language, for further study as well as learning to talk about yourself and your house and to order in a French coffeeshop. Students wishing to enrol in this course should know the present tense of the verb ‘to be’ and associated expressions and have completed French 1 or have done 16 hours of French tuition. Textbook purchase... [More]

French Independent (CEFR B1)

Course description Students who enrol in this course must be able to speak in basic French at an acceptable level, knowing all French tenses, except the subjonctive, for all types of verbs. The aim of the course is to improve your conversation skills, extend your vocabulary and revise grammar points. This class will be conducted in French in a relaxed manner so students feel at ease. What your course will cover Your tutor will prepare the lessons for the course but is always happy... [More]

Chinese 2

Course description This is a course in Mandarin, and includes a review of material covered in Chinese 1. You will build on your basic skills and start to develop the knowledge to communicate in travel and social situations. This course will cover chapters 7 to 12 with a balanced mix of speaking, listening, reading and writing activities. The class will continue to the next level in the following term if there are sufficient enrolments. Text purchase required. What your course will... [More]