91196 - FRENCH

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Academic Year 2019/2020

Course contents

The course aims to work on the main grammatical and syntactic structures needed in order to reach a minimum level of B1 (according to the Council of Europe Framework) in spoken and oral French.

The course program will cover the following grammar topics: pronouns (subject, impersonal subjects, object pronoun order, relative pronouns); nouns and adjectives (gender and number); verbs (conjugations); verbs (passive voice, impersonal verbs, pronominal verbs); articles (indefinite articles, definite articles, partitive articles, "articles contractés", article omission); prepositions; questions; interrogative (pronouns and adjectives); negation; possessive (pronouns and adjectives); demonstrative (pronouns and adjectives); indefinite (pronouns and adjectives); comparisons; adverbs; "gallicismes".

Special attention will be granted to the french and francophone press.

Readings/Bibliography

For Attending and Non Attending students:

- a Dossier composed of some documents will be provided during the lessons and will be available on AMS Campus (https://campus.unibo.it/).

- a Dossier composed of some PPT (related to the lessons) will be used during the lessons and will be available on AMS Campus (https://campus.unibo.it/).

Teaching methods

Frontal lectures; video and audio material; individual and group exercises; homework.

Assessment methods

ATTENDING STUDENTS

The final exam consists of a written test composed of two parts:
1. questions covering all the grammar topics of the program;
2. questions about a written text.

NON ATTENDING STUDENTS

For non attending students, the final exam consists of:

- a written test composed of three parts:
1. questions covering all the grammar topics of the program;
2. questions about a a written text.

- an oral part.

Office hours

See the website of Fulvia Balestrieri