Teen Gold Advanced (15 Hours)
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The GOLD package is an advanced level. Suitable for those who have progressed from Silver, are revising for academic qualifications especially A-LEVEL or anyone wishing to expand their knowledge of advanced French. This level aims to get you to expand and justify both speech and writing even further. After approximately 50 sessions you will be able to express and justify opinions in persuasive language upon current trends and artistic culture.
Each session will combine, grammar, new vocabulary and one of the related topics

Each session will be framed as per below when possible.

  • 20 min speaking at the beginning of the lesson, random questions on selected topics)
  • 40 min on topic + practice (reading, writing, listening…)
  • 60min Homework recommended.

Topics, vocabulary & cultural content

  • Cinema & Music
  • Culture, history and traditions
  • Cybersociety / Online
  • Family issues and trends
  • Voluntary work
  • Health & well being
  • Social issues
  • Environment
  • Science and technology


  • Demonstrative (ce, cet, cette, ces)
  • Possessive (mon, ma, mes,ses etc)
  • Interrogative and exclamatory (quel, quelle, quels, quelles)
  • Formation of adverbs in -ment
  • Comparative and superlative
  • Interrogative (including combien (de), comment, où, pourquoi, quand)
  • Quantifiers/intensifiers (including assez, beaucoup, moins, plus, la plupart, plusieurs, presque, tant, très, trop)
  • Pronouns Object: direct and indirect
  • Passive voice
  • Disjunctive/emphatic personal, as subject & object: moi/moi-même, etc
  • Reflexive
  • Relative (including qui, que, dont, lequel etc, auquel etc, ce qui, ce que)
  • Demonstrative (celui, celle, ceux, celles; and celui-ci/celui-là etc)
  • Indefinite (including quelqu’un, quelque chose)
  • Possessive (le mien etc)
  • Interrogative (including qui, que, quoi)
  • Use of y, en
  • Conjugation of regular -er, -ir, -re verbs, modal verbs, principal irregular verbs, including reflexive verbs
  • Agreement of verb and subject
  • Use of il y a in different tenses
  • Impersonal verbs
  • Verbs followed by an infinitive (with or without a preposition)
  • Dependent infinitives (faire réparer) (R)
  • Perfect infinitive
  • Negative forms
  • Interrogative forms
  • Present
  • perfect (including agreement of past participle)
  • imperfect
  • Future
  • conditional
  • future perfect
  • conditional perfect
  • pluperfect
  • past historic (R).
  • Use of the present participle (eg en arrivant) and past participle
  • Verbal paraphrases and their uses (including aller + infinitive, venir de + infinitive)
  • Passive voice:
  • Subjunctive mood: present (common uses, for example, after expressions of possibility, necessity, obligation and after conjunctions such as bien que)
  • Negation
  • Use of negative particles (eg ne…pas, ne…personne, ne…que)
  • Use of ne with negative subjects (eg Personne n’est venu)
  • Comparative constructions
  • Indirect speech

Skills and resources

  • Listening to audio related to above topics
  • Reading authentic texts or novel related to above topics
  • Writing: essays, use persuasive language, write with a purpose
  • Speaking, answer questions, develop and extend answers, justify opinions related to above topics.
  • Translating from English to French and visa versa
  • Debating related to above topics
  • Discussions related to above topics
  • Expressing opinions
  • Study of French Novel “un papillon dans la cité »


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