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FREH001: First Year French

Credits: 1 units/10 hours
5 Evaluations, 3 Projects, 3 Progress Tests
10 Teacher Connects

NCAA Approved
UC a-g Approved

In this first-year course, students are introduced to the basic grammatical concepts necessary to develop reading and writing skills in French. They become acquainted with French culture through a variety of readings in both French and English. Students can also develop speaking and listening skills by hearing and speaking French themselves. The course covers basic sentence structure of positive and negative statements, commands and questions, and present and future tenses. Audio files are embedded in the online course and are available on an Audio CD for offline use.

Course Materials

French English/ English French Dictionary (any edition)

Textbook: English Grammar for Students of French (ISBN:  9780934034425)
FREH001 Audio CDs (2) (Audio CDs are only required if student does not have access to online course. Note: Some cd players may not support the playing of audio cds)
First Year French (2 Volumes) FREH001061 (printed course content)

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Tuition (FREH001061)

Required Fee
A $50 non-refundable Administrative Fee is required for each course.
Administrative Fee

Optional Services

Some course materials are highly recommended for successful completion of the course, but not required. Course materials are available for purchase through Follett Virtual Bookstores.

Mail Processing Fee:
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Mail Processing (FREH001061) [Add $35.00]

Course Price $550.00

  • Tuition (FREH001061)  $500.00
  • Administrative Fee  $50.00

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