Feb 06, 2023  
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FRNC 201 - Intermediate French


Class Hours: 4
Lab/Discussion: 0
Credits: 4

Prerequisite: FRNC 102 , or qualifying score on the WebCAPE placement test (score above 362), or instructor permission
Continued study of French; development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing, but primary emphasis is on aural/oral skills. Students use a multimedia environment to learn to converse and ask questions in the past. Students learn the different way to express completed action that occurred at a specific time in the past vs. expressing an action that continued in the past over an indefinite, undetermined period of time; students review how to narrate and describe in the past, ask and give directions, talk about the future, avoid repetitions, learn to combine simple sentences, express and understand conditional sentences, express and understand subjective statements, and understand indirect discourse. Through the use of multimedia, students continue their inquiries into the daily lives of native speakers of French around the world. Attendance is mandatory. May not register for, or take a D/F repeat in, FRNC 201 when credit has already been received for a higher-numbered French course. Liberal Studies Humanities credit is given for this course.



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