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French Language Course In Dehradun

French Language Course In Dehradun

Course Description

Come to Hello's French program and connect with over 200 million people in 43 countries around the world. Learning French will enhance your English grammar and vocabulary skills as approximately 45% of English vocabulary has French origins (according to the Education ministry of France ). So it should be easy, right? Enjoy learning French at Hello and discover a world of opportunities.

French Level 1 (DELF A 1):Hello's Level 1 French course is designed to give students a strong foundation in the French Language and covers units 1 to 29 of Grammar Progressive du Français. Students learn the basic pronunciation of the French language and become familiar with the greetings, numbers, days of the week, as well as other day-to-day vocabulary. Upon completion of the course students will be able to ask simple questions like directions, prices and general information in present tense.

French Level 2 (DELF A 2):The Level 2 French course reviews everything covered in Hello's Level 1 French course and goes on to cover units 30 to 43 of Grammaire Progressive du Français. Apart from a great deal of new vocabulary and irregular verbs, students will also learn general grammar like comparatives, superlatives and the near future tense. Students begin to follow dialogue, construct sentences and speak in broken French. For example they should be able to order food in a restaurant and make hotel reservations, etc.

French Level 3 (DELF B 1):In Hello's Level 3 French course students briefly review everything covered in level 1 and 2 and then go on to learn perfect tenses (past & continuous) in chapters 44 to 60 of Grammaire Progressive du Français. Upon completion of this course students should be able to speak, understand and carry a very basic conversation. By this time they will be able to understand a great deal of French but will still have difficulty being understood.

French Level 4 (DELF B 2):Hello 's Level 4 French course is the first level that focuses on vocabulary and getting students to speak. The book Vocabulaire Progressive du Français is used as the primary resource. Upon completion students will have the necessary skills to go on to the next level. They will be able to understand a great deal of French and have little difficulty being understood.

French Level 5 - (DELF A C1):The French Level 5 course uses the book Grammaire Progressive du Français – Intermediaire as the main resource. It covers more complex grammar like conditionals, the subjunctive, Le Plus-que-parfait... Students at this level are able to understand French music and radio brodcasts and speak with little difficulty. After level 5 we recommend lots of review and practice through either private instruction or programs at one of Hello's institute in Dehradun.

Importance of French Language

Different regions in France may incorporate their old ancient languages with Celtic, Gaelic and even German influences. For example, in Alsace-Lorraine, the region which borders Germany, the accent and pronunciation has a decidedly German influence and in some instances may seem easier given the similarities between German and English.

1. It is not limited to one or two continents.

2. French is spoken in TWO of the G8 countries.

3. Paris hosts over 1,000 congresses annually - and a world record of international congresses

4. France has the world's greatest number of of Nobel Prize winners in literature. (12)

5. France is the world's major tourist destination.(60 millions visit France annually)

6. Paris is considered the capital of the world in terms of quality of life (Healey and Baker)

7. France is with Germany the main pillar in the EMU (European Monetary Union).

8. France is Europe's foremost investor abroad.

9. France ranks 4th in terms of world power and it does not have the debt problems facing many other major industrialized nations. (A positive sign for joint projects, business and scientific co-operation).

10. France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany have the lowest rates of inflation in the European Union. This is an indicator of the health of these countries.

11. French is a major language of high-tech and business in the world. (Second language on the internet.)

12. In terms of number of words, French is the largest language after English.

13. France offers a range of generous scholarships to our graduate students.

14. French is the official language of post offices across the world.

15. French-speaking Africa represents an area larger than the U.S.A.

16. Le Courrier Australien, founded in 1892, is the oldest ethnic newspaper in Australia.

17. Trade with Australia in 1995 totaled the following (figures obtained from the French-Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry):

Being a polyglot may mean a lot in a world like today. So it’s a no-brainer to start with one of the most demanded languages in the world: French. The good news is that you may opt for best French classes in Dehradun at Hello Institute.

How will you be benefitted learning French?

Below are some key benefits of learning French: French can possibly become the gateway to professional and academic opportunities for an individual. People who aspire to work in hospitality, travel and tourism industry can broaden their horizon as an expert.
It may help you enrich your cognitive capabilities and can make you one of a kind. Additionally, people inclined towards working in corporate sector can enjoy all the perks of being a French expert, be it their remuneration or travel opportunities.
For teachers, IT professionals, media personal's, students, hoteliers and corporate workers; French may add significant value. If you learn French in Dehradun and reach a good proficiency level, you may teach at several schools in Dehradun where French is taught as a third language. So, join French classes in Dehradun at Hello Institute and explore career opportunities.

What are French Language International Exams?

Just like any other language, one needs to prove his/her efficiency and proficiency in the language through exams. You may prepare for French language exams in Dehradun at Hello Institute.
First, let’s look at the list of exams that a French student might need to qualify in order to gain confidence and validation about his/her knowledge:
DELF- Diplôme d'Etudes en Langue Française, this exam is undertaken by students who have mastered till B2 level i.e from basic to elementary level.
DALF stands for Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française. This specific exam proves the proficiency of a student for C1 and C2 i.e advance level.
Once the exam gets cleared, a certificate will be provided to the student to validate that he/she has mastered the language. Further, this certificate is valid in each and every country.
Upon completion of French language course, Hello Institute also awards students with a certificate of completion.

What We Cover in French Language Levels?

French language course in Dehradun at Hello Institute is offered in six levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.
It is extremely essential to know what to start with while learning a foreign language. Therefore, divisions of the language in six stages will help you get through it.

Listed below are the levels that French language course is divided into:



A1 Level- This is the basic level wherein very fundamental concepts along with grammar will be talked about such as greetings, introduction, number counting, daily routine activities, time and dates, food, directions and locations, likes and dislikes, weather, shopping, travel and transportation.

A2 Level- This level is correlated with the former one and will enhance the concepts discussed in A1 level. Grammar will keep on evolving. Small interactions will start at this stage. For instance, you may talk about your hometown Dehradun.

B1 Level- This falls into the category of upper-intermediate stage. Expansion of vocabulary and grammar is significant aspect. Communication is carried on a regular basis to improve conversations.

B2 Level- From this level onwards, you will start experiencing inevitable fluency and familarity with this language once you reach this point. We will make you familiar with writing, literature, idiomatic expressions, history etc.

C1 Level- After reaching this point you will possess a strong command on grammar, vocabulary and communication skills. You will be capable enough to indulge yourself into complex and nuanced discussions. We organise several French language discussions at Hello Institute Dehradun.

C2 Level- This level will make you attain near-native fluency and command of the language.

Why join Hello?

  • PROVEN TRAINING MODULE
  • PRAGMATIC CLASSES
  • PROFESSIONAL TRAINERS
  • SUPPORTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
  • AUTHENTIC STUDY MATERIAL
  • REGULAR SPEAKING PRACTICE
  • EXCELLENT RESULTS
Course Details

  • Duration
    2 months to 10 months
  • Enrolled
    1000+ students
  • Skill level
    A1, A2, B1, B2, C1
  • Certificate
    Yes
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FAQ- French Language Course FAQ

The level you should learn French depends on your goals. Still, depending on the usual requirements, one should at least know up to B1 level as a person attaining this level of proficiency knows how to handle conversations and writing.

Yes, French is highly useful. Globally, it is spoken in almost 29 countries as well as it also acts as an official language in some countries. Additionally, it is an asset in foreign diplomacy, business, tourism industry etc.

Learning French can be easy, but many find French moderately challenging when it comes to grammar rules however, regular practice and immersion can enhance learning and retaining the rules.

DELF (Diplôme d'Études en Langue Française) is indeed important. It's a globally recognized exam assessing French language proficiency levels.In a way it is a validation provided to a person by the French government validating that a person is proficient enough to deal in this language.

English can be helpful as many words and rules make learning easy. However, as you advance, practicing is what will make one confident.

French is spoken in numerous countries, including France, Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, and many African nations.

Knowing French opens up diverse career opportunities, including translation, international relations, tourism, teaching, and roles in multinational companies.

To become a French teacher, a proficiency level equivalent to DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) C1 or C2 is often required.

Many multinational companies in various sectors hire French experts, including IT, finance, hospitality, and international organizations like the United Nations.

Salary packages for French experts vary based on the industry and role. Proficiency, experience, and the specific job market also influence compensation.

The exam fees for DELF A1 and A2 is ₹9440. For B1 and B2 it is ₹11,328. The exam fees for DALF C1 and C2 is ₹12,508.

The exam is conducted six times a year but in specific months so it goes by a calendar as per the Alliance Française. It is conducted in March, April, June, July, September and October.

It is conducted in different regions of the country. Majorly, you can go to Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Kolkata as per your preference.

Yes, you may directly give A2 without giving A1 exam.

This exam evaluates four skills: reading,listening,writing and speaking and 50 out of 100 should be the score of a candidate in order to pass the exam.

Yes, it is important to pass all the modules and one should at least score 5 out of 25 in each section since every section is of 25 marks.

You can take the test as many times as you want until you pass the exam, but you need to wait for 60 days between the retakes.

Both DELF and DALF are valid for lifetime.

No, in France the universities expect you to have a DELF certificate Upto B2 level in case they are public universities and in some cases they even ask for C1 also.

There are two intakes in France. January intake which is also known as Spring intake and September intake is also known as Fall intake.