This is an introductory course for participants with little or no knowledge of the French language. In a small group setting participants will learn to progressively build on basic French grammar and vocabulary to be able to ask simple questions, make enquiries, talk about oneself and discuss a variety of day-to- day and travel related topics in a range of settings.
The emphasis will be on acquiring an “ear” and “feel” for French in a fun interactive class environment.
This class will be held on Fridays for eight weeks commencing July 26th at the Maroochy Library rooms.
To enrol please go to the U3A website, Class Code 19LAN324, or contact the U3A Office on 5430 1123.
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Susie Duncan – The Significance of Wildlife Corridors in a Time of Climate Change
Sam Bateman –Looking West – Australia and the Indian Ocean
Ken Granger – Some Volcanoes I Have Met
Bob Railton – Pride and Prejudice: Our Convict Ancestors – Petty Thieves or Hardened Criminals?
Ian Mansfield – Stepping into a Minefield
Dr Ken Lynn – The Women Scientists Who Made a Difference
Amanda Cole – Women in Music
Moira Mac – Epigenetics
Syd Kirkby – Australia’s Frozen Frontier
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Registration closes 19 July. Registration Form.
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