A1 A2 levels in French in Delhi

Certificate Course in French
(Level A1-A2)


  • Regular classes (five days a week) 4 Months
  • Weekend classes (2 hours on each day) 4 months
Classes Timing:
Weekdays & Weekends – 8 am, 9 am, 10 am, 11 am, 2 pm, 3 pm, 4 pm, 5 pm, 6 pm, 7 pm, 8 pm

A1 Vocabulary Topics

  1.  Alphabet 
  2.   Numbers
  3.   Family name & Given Name
  4.   Residence
  5.   Personal items
  6.   Classroom objects
  7.   Nationalities
  8.   Professions
  9.   Marital status (married / single)
  10. Countries & Cities
  11.  Hobbies
  12.  Family
  13.  Time
  14.  Prices
  15.  Weather / Climate
  16.  Date
  17.  Days of the week
  18.  Descriptions (small, big, old, young, etc)
  19.  Colors
  20.  Seasons
  21.  Places

A2 Vocabulary Topics

  • Talk about yourself, your educational background, your job, your family, your neighborhood
  • Talk about your hobbies and daily activities
  • Ask for goods in a shop where goods are displayed
  • Order a meal in a restaurant if dishes are either displayed or illustrated on the menu 
  • Book a hotel room (face to face)
  • Ask for basic services in a post office or bank
  • Indicate the nature of a medical problem to a doctor
  • Make inquiries about a journey at a travel agency
  • Use public transport (buses, trains, and taxis)
  • Ask your way and give directions
  • Buy tickets
  • Read notices, posters, catalogs, timetables, brochures, menus, advertisements, signs
  • Write notes and simple messages
  • Note down times, dates, and places from notice boards and announcements
  • Note down instructions and requests such as client orders and delivery dates.
  • Describe events and daily activities


  1. People: Family, Physical description 
  2. Places: Cafe, Restaurant, Shops, Bank, Post office, Hotel, Road 
  3. Hobbies: Sports, Going out, Shows, Holiday trips
  4. Public transportation: Subway, Train, Bus, Taxi 
  5. Daily Life: Work, Shopping, Daily activities
  6. Accommodation: Units in the house, interior decor
  7. Everyday objects
  8. Food ingredients, Cooking, Meals, Recipes
  9. Common animals 
  10. Countries & Cities
  11. Itinerary, Weather forecast
  12. Actions in daily life 
  13. Events: Meetings, Evening out, Family events, Visits, Excursions, Accidents, TV news
  14. Money and payments 

A1 Grammar Topics

  1. Personal subject pronouns
  2. Tonic pronouns
  3. Present tense - State, Description
  4. Common verbs: be, have, do, to be called 
  5. ER Verbs: to live, to work, to talk
  6. Verb: to understand (I and You forms)
  7. Conditional for politeness (I would like to) 
  8. Interrogation (the 3 forms)
  9. Interrogative words: Do you, what do you
  10. Interrogative pronouns: Where, When, How much
  11. Interrogative adjectives (what)
  12. It is / This is / Here
  13. Definite and Indefinite articles
  14. Zero articles for professions
  15. Cardinal numbers
  16. Demonstrative adjectives
  17. Masculine/Feminine & Singular/Plural   
  18. Agreement of Adjectives (for nationalities)
  19. Some descriptive adjectives (big, small,) 
  20. Position of adjectives
  21. Affirmative and Negative sentences
  22. Negation (not) 
  23. Possessive’s to show belonging
  24. Possessive adjectives
  25. Partitive articles (of the)
  26. Adverbs of quantity (a few, a lot) 
  27. Uncountable
  28. Countable
  29. Impersonal 'it' for the weather 
  30. Expressions of time (now, this morning, tomorrow)
  31. Expressions of time (days, months, seasons, year)
  32. Expressions of Place: go to / come from + a city or country; live in + a city or country 
  33. There is / there are
  34. Connectors: and, or, but

A2 Grammar Topics

  1. Present Simple tense - Habit, State
  2. ER, IR, OIR, and RE verbs
  3. Pronominal verbs: verbs reflechis and pronominal verbs
  4. Common verbs, e.g.: come, go, do, know, see, take
  5. Some Verbs + infinitive: want to, able to can do
  6. Have to + infinitive
  7. Past Simple - events in the past 
  8. Past participles
  9. Imperfect tense - descriptions in the past (it was, there was)
  10. Imperative - Affirmative and Negative - for instructions and commands
  11. Near Future Tense
  12. Future simple tense -
  13. Recent Past tense - to have just done sth
  14. Present Progressive - to be in the process of doing something
  15. Interrogative adjectives and pronouns
  16. Adjectives - Position and Agreement
  17. Possessive adjectives and pronouns  
  18. Demonstrative pronouns
  19. Transitive and Intransitive verbs - Direct and Indirect object 
  20. Relative pronoun 'there' - place
  21. Relative pronouns - who, that/which
  22. Prepositions of time: when, while
  23. Prepositions of place: go to, be at, come from + a place
  24. Connectors: but, because

  1. Entrer en contact avec qn: saluer qn prendre congé demander/donner des nouvelles à qn
  2. Présenter qn: donner son identité ou l’identité de qn donner son nom épéler son nom dire son âge dire sa nationalité dire sa profession
  3. Parler de son environnement quotidien donner son adresse/son e-mail donner son numéro de téléphone parler de sa famille parler de ses loisirs
  4. Décrire un objet/une personne désigner qch ou qn dire le prix d’un objet exprimer l’appartenance exprimer la quantité dire le temps qu’il fait
  5. Demander une information poser des questions personelles demander la date demander l’heure demander un service
  6. Situer des événements dans le temps dire la date dire l’heure
  7. Se situer dans l’espace : situer un lieu localiser une ville/un pays
  8. Donner des instructions/des indications
  9. Accepter qch : répondre par l’affirmative
  10. Refuser qch : répondre par la négative
  11. Participer à une conversation dire qu’on ne comprend pas

After completing the A1 level course, you should be able to accomplish the following: 

  • Greet people
  • Talk about yourself
  • Talk about where you live
  • Talk about the people you know
  • Engage in a simple buy-and-sell situation
  • You can make daily conversation
  • You can talk about your like and dislike
  • Ask about the day, the time, weather, and the date
  • Read simple notices, posters, and catalogs
  • Fill in a simple form
  • Write a simple postcard  

A2 Sociocultural knowledge

  1. Everyday expressions to express politeness
  2. Conditionals present to be polite or to make a suggestion (We could + infinitive) 
  3. Welcoming somebody: greetings, asking for news, reaction to the response
  4. How to write a personal message, different models of business-related messages, and administrative message
  5. How to get into a conversation, start talking, call out somebody, and take leave
  6. How to get somebody's attention (Excuse me, Sir  ≠ Hoy, Hey you there, etc)
  7. Informal conversation
  8. How to do a phone conversation
  9. Inviting
  10. Giving thanks
  11. Apologizing 

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