Communicative priorities General French Buying a ticket, finding your way around a hotel, getting your bearings in a city, talking about habits, everyday life and eating habits. French at work Organise a business trip, talk about the working day, distribute work tasks and ask for explanations. Talking about an appointment, presenting a chronology, giving instructions. Language focus (grammar) Interrogative pronouns, imperative of verbs ending in -ER, adjectives, the verbs "prendre, sortir, partir, vouloir, savoir". Reflexive verbs, prepositions for verbs "aller, venir, partir, arriver", near future, Partitive article, demonstrative pronouns. Belgium, culinary specialities of France, the French political system, the political parties, the most important presidents.
European Economy & Business Management (Bachelor)
Language of instruction
Exemplary A2 After successful completion of the course, students are can: - understand simple information about persons/work as well as simple letters (appointments/invitations) - understand information of instructions according to known language patterns (timetables/ads/brochures) - answer simple questions about the field of activity based on known language patterns and ask questions about it. In addition to this, students will be able to develop their understanding of the culture of the respective countries so that it can be successfully applied in business life.