French B1 Level : Intermediate

  • Offline Batch Size
    20-40 Students
  • 111
    Students Enrolled
  • 4.70
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  • 120 Hours
    Learning Hours

About This Course

French grammar B1-B2, French course for a better written expression and oral comprehension. Cours de français.

Course’s Objectives

What you'll learn
  • French grammar, level B1-B2 according to the contents indicated by the CECRL
  • Exercises and dictations will allow the students to improve their written expression.
  • Through the numerous examples, the students will significantly improve their vocabulary.
  • Being entirely in French, the course will improve the listening comprehension of the students.
Requirements
  • Have an A2 level of French knowledge.
Course Description

This video grammar course is based on the content indicated by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages for levels B1 and B2. But it is not a course only dedicated to candidates for these exams. In addition to the grammar aspect, there is a lot of emphasis on the acquisition of a new vocabulary, extending it to different and alternative contexts. What you learn can and should be used in real language.

It is a course that privileges examples over rules and whose aim is to provide a useful tool for all those who wish to express themselves more freely and fully in French.

This course, entirely spoken in French, improves the level of listening comprehension. The written exercises and the 25 dictations added to the course also allow you to practice your writing.

Content of the lessons : 

1 Valeur et emploi des prépositions dans, sur, à, chez

2 Prépositions et adverbes de lieu première partie

3 Prépositions et adverbes de lieu deuxième partie

4 Verbes de déplacement

5 Verbes de déplacement (suite)

6 Pronoms interrogatifs

7 Formation des adverbes

8 Les temps composés et l'infinitif passé

9 La négation, approfondissement

10 Le discours indirect

11 Accord du participe passé avec avoir et les verbes pronominaux

12 Accord du participe passé, cas particuliers

13 Le subjonctif, formation et emploi

14 Le subjonctif et les constructions impersonnelles

15 Les phrases hypothétiques

16 Les pronoms relatifs simples et composés

17 Les doubles pronoms

18 Les pronoms EN et Y

19 Indiquer le temps, première partie

20 Indiquer le temps, deuxième partie

21 Gérondif, participe présent, adjectif verbal

22 Les adjectifs indéfinis

23 Les pronoms indéfinis

24 La forme passive

25 Le passé simple

26 L’opposition

27 Le but

28 La cause

29 La conséquence

30 La concession (1)

31 La concession (2)

32 La nominalisation des verbes

33 La nominalisation des adjectifs

34 Verbes et prépositions

35 Les mots de liaison

Who This Course Is For:
  • People who want to improve their knowledge of the French language or need a B1-B2 level.

Course Content

• Level Beginner • 83 Classes • 120 Hours

Unité 1

4 lectures, 06:30:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 1. 1 Express your interest 01:30:00
Lecture 1. 2 xpress an obligation/permission 02:00:00
Lecture 1. 3 Give an advice 01:30:00
Lecture 1. 4 Describe an accommodation 01:30:00
Unité 2

4 lectures, 06:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 2. 1 Write a project 01:30:00
Lecture 2. 2 Congratulate 01:30:00
Lecture 2. 3 Speak about your family 01:30:00
Lecture 2. 4 Speak about relationships 01:30:00
Unité 3

4 lectures, 06:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 3. 1 Describe past events, situations, habits, a memory 01:30:00
Lecture 3. 2 Talk about an anecdote 01:30:00
Lecture 3. 3 Talk about a work 01:30:00
Lecture 3. 4 Express your opinion/your motivation 01:30:00
Unité 4

3 lectures, 05:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 4. 1 Express certitude 02:00:00
Lecture 4. 2 Talk about consumption 01:30:00
Lecture 4. 3 Describe a place 01:30:00
Unité 5

4 lectures, 06:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 5. 1 Talk about the French language 01:30:00
Lecture 5. 2 Talk about cultural diversity 01:30:00
Lecture 5. 3 Talk about living abroad 01:30:00
Lecture 5. 4 Encourage someone 01:30:00
Unité 6

5 lectures, 07:30:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 6. 1 Talk about two different events in the past 01:30:00
Lecture 6. 2 Express difficulties 01:30:00
Lecture 6. 3 Talk about the news 01:30:00
Lecture 6. 4 Write an article 01:30:00
Lecture 6. 5 Debate 01:30:00
Unité 7

4 lectures, 06:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 7. 1 Talk about travels 01:30:00
Lecture 7. 2 Organise a trip 01:30:00
Lecture 7. 3 Make hypothesis 01:30:00
Lecture 7. 4 Express a regret 01:30:00
Unité 8

5 lectures, 07:30:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 8. 1 Imagine a different past 01:30:00
Lecture 8. 2 Make an interview 01:30:00
Lecture 8. 3 Talk about recycling 01:30:00
Lecture 8. 4 Talk about the planet and the environment 01:30:00
Lecture 8. 5 Organise your speech 01:30:00
Unité 9

6 lectures, 09:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 9. 1 Report a speech 01:30:00
Lecture 9. 2 Make propositions to improve a city 01:30:00
Lecture 9. 3 Talk about art in the city 01:30:00
Lecture 9. 4 Make a complaint 01:30:00
Lecture 9. 5 Talk about quantity 01:30:00
Lecture 9. 6 Talk about quantity 01:30:00
Unité 10

3 lectures, 04:30:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 10. 1 Talk about studies 01:30:00
Lecture 10. 2 Express wishes/intentions 01:30:00
Lecture 10. 3 Talk about causes and consequences 01:30:00
Unité 11

4 lectures, 06:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 11. 1 Talk about your hobbies 01:30:00
Lecture 11. 2 Talk about new technologies in health 01:30:00
Lecture 11. 3 Talk about future 01:30:00
Lecture 11. 4 Talk about sports and wellbeing 01:30:00
Unité 12

4 lectures, 06:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 12. 1 Talk about reading 01:30:00
Lecture 12. 2 Express your taste in art 01:30:00
Lecture 12. 3 Describe a piece of art 01:30:00
Lecture 12. 4 Write a biography 01:30:00
Unité 1 Grammar topics

33 lectures, 44:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 13. 1 Subjonctive 02:00:00
Lecture 13. 2 Negation 02:00:00
Lecture 13. 3 Past tenses : Passé Composé / Imparfait 02:00:00
Lecture 13. 4 Time markers (1) 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 5 Reflexive verbs at past tense 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 6 Relative pronouns (qui/que/dont/où) 02:00:00
Lecture 13. 7 Express a purpose 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 8 Indicative/Subjonctive 01:30:00
Lecture 13. 9 Comparative/Superlative 02:00:00
Lecture 13. 10 Place of adjectives 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 11 Plus-que-parfait (past tense) 02:00:00
Lecture 13. 12 Y and En pronouns 01:30:00
Lecture 13. 13 Time markers (2) 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 14 The passive form 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 15 Adverbs 02:00:00
Lecture 13. 16 Future tenses 02:00:00
Lecture 13. 17 Future tenses 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 18 Present and Past Conditional 02:00:00
Lecture 13. 19 Prepositions after a verb or an adjective 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 20 Gerundive 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 21 Words to organise a speech 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 22 Reported speech at present and past tense 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 23 Formal questions 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 24 Indefinite adjectives/pronouns (aucun/chaque/tout…) 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 25 Cause/Consequence 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 26 Present participle 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 27 Compound relative pronouns (auquel/lequel…) 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 28 Double pronouns 02:00:00
Lecture 13. 29 Futur antérieur (Future in the past tense 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 30 La mise en relief (ce qui…c’est) 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 31 Opposition/Concession 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 32 Time markers (3) 01:00:00
Lecture 13. 33 Introduction to Passé Simple 01:00:00
FAQs

The B1 level in the French language is the intermediate level, where learners have a solid foundation in French and can communicate effectively in a range of everyday situations.

At the B1 level, you will expand your vocabulary, improve your grammar skills, and develop more fluency in French. You will be able to participate in conversations on various topics, understand more complex texts, and express yourself with more accuracy and detail.

The time required to reach the B1 level in French can vary depending on factors such as prior language learning experience and study consistency. Generally, it takes around 300-400 hours of study to complete the B1 level.

Yes, there are online platforms and language learning websites that offer B1 French courses. These courses provide structured lessons, interactive exercises, and opportunities to practice speaking and listening skills with instructors and fellow learners.

At the B1 level, you will further develop your listening comprehension, speaking fluency, reading comprehension, and writing skills in French. You will be able to engage in conversations on various topics, understand authentic texts, write coherent paragraphs, and express your opinions and ideas.

Yes, the B1 level in French allows you to communicate effectively in most travel situations. You will be able to handle conversations at hotels, restaurants, and stores, understand public transportation information, and interact with locals in a meaningful way.

Yes, the DELF B1 (Diplôme d'Études en Langue Française) is an internationally recognized certificate that confirms your proficiency at the B1 level in the French language.

To practice your French skills at the B1 level, you can engage in activities such as reading French books or newspapers, watching French movies or TV shows without subtitles, participating in conversation exchanges with native speakers, and immersing yourself in French-speaking environments whenever possible.

Absolutely! After completing the B1 level, you can progress to higher levels such as B2, C1, and beyond. Each level builds upon the previous one, allowing you to further enhance your language skills and reach a higher level of proficiency in French.

Learning French at the B1 level allows you to have more in-depth conversations with native speakers, comprehend a wider range of written materials, and express your thoughts and opinions with greater clarity. It opens up opportunities for cultural immersion, academic pursuits, and professional growth in French-speaking environments.

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