For people who are serious and are not satisfied without going for excellence, the B2 program is for them. The B1 level program satisfies your need to get the French nationality, however, the B2 makes you excellent and give you boost for both social and professional growth.
This will be a 200 hours program, by the end of which you will be able to express yourself, in both written and oral, like a native French in most situations.
Moreover, the B2 level will also help you to take admission in many French University courses, and thus you have access to the high quality French higher education programs paying ridiculously affordable fees.
We are doing only 2 programs like this in a year and we have only 12 places in one class. Hence, book your place fast, till there is a place available.
For the payment of fees, you can pay either at one go, or by 10 monthly installments of 300 euros.
Last date for registration to this program is one month before the program's start date.
You have the B1 level of French language.
You are also comfortable using computers and either know, or can adapt to zoom rapidly, in case you are joining online. In this case, you should have access to an internet connexion which allows you have a two hours long discussion conventiently.
There will be an assessment of your current level of French, by one of our teachers, to ascertain that you can fit into this program.
Based on your performance during the test, we will suggest you a program that will best suit your situation.
As per the guidelines of CEFRL (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) after completing the B2 level, learners can understand the main ideas of complex texts on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in their field of specialization. They can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. They can produce clear, detailed texts on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options. They can
talk about their past and their origins;
discuss what makes identity and talk about their own;
talk about their life path and choices;
introduce themselves on a personal page or a blog;
give their opinion about adoption;
explain the role that identity plays in relationships;
give their opinion about stereotypes and the sense of belonging;
take information about medical treatments;
describe symptoms and ask for advice;
discuss the influence of the mind over the body;
express feelings, doubts and certainties, and make judgments using the subjunctive mood;
compare beauty standards from different countries;
give their opinion about sports competition and drug use in sports;
list the various reasons why people migrate;
make comments about mobility and waves of migration;
compare waves of migration linked to job opportunities and tourism;
take information about administrative procedures;
write administrative letters;
give their opinion about free movement of people;
participate in a debate about organizing a national referendum;
write a summary;
give their opinion about urban spaces;
compare ancient and modern cities;
rent a room in a shared housing in a big city in France;
write a claims letter to their lessor;
understand the unwritten in a real estate ad;
express their opinion about life conditions in a city;
stand for the architectural patrimony of their city/town;
make comments about work life balance;
advertise a company;
prepare for a job interview;
apply for a job;
write a cover letter;
analyze how fit a candidate is for a job;
give their opinion about working hours in France and in other countries;
debate about well-being at work;
tell a work-related anecdote;
describe a work of art and write a critique about it;
express their opinion about the quality of a restaurant;
identify and compare dishes and flavors;
give their opinion about marketing related to food;
debate about politically engaged art;
give their opinion about exhibition places;
convince and advertise a language school;
explain their beliefs about the choice of a language for writing;
give arguments to explain the importance of learning foreign languages;
produce a synthesis of various documents related to the same topic;
use reported speech;
understand language register differences and stylistic and contextual variation and adapt their register to the context;
discuss solutions to change the world;
react in writing for nature protection;
question different consumer habits;
express their agreement or their disagreement with plans for the community;
discuss the necessity of alternative political and cultural movements;
take stands in writing;
write a literary piece.
At the end of our program, you will attend a test at our centre, to ascertain that you have reached the desired level for which you opten fo this program. Our test is based on the DELF model.
Successfull candidates are given a certificate from our centre.
For students who are unable to sit on this exam, can attend the same later depending on his / her availabilities, and our scheduled dates for examiniations of the same level.
DELF (Diplôme d'études en langue française)
Our students wanting to appear DELF examinations following our program are requested to inform us when joining the program. We can book your place in one of our partner universities who organises the DELF examinations.
It is important to book your places well in advance because the places are limited.
As of now, we have a 100% success rate in DELF examiniations. All our students who have gone for the DELF examination, have cleared it.
Anne-Laure has been teaching French for about 10 years, and has travelled across the world in the last decade. She has taught for several years in the Alliance Française of Australia. She has also taught French in Egypt and Bulgaria.
Our programs are not published publicly. However, they can be provided to our learners if asked.
We are at the 4th floor of a building, which is accessible by wheelchair easily. The lift is spacious and there are no staircases one needs to climb while reaching our centre.
If you have any other concern that you want to share, like you hear or see differently than most others and need special adaptation, please send a whatsapp message to Sourav, point of contacct for disabled people of Centre Zenith, to 07 78 64 53 16.