LFR 202 Intermediate French II

The capstone course of the four-core series continues the study and practice of the French language’s communicative skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking). Students will learn to use various tenses (conditional, plus-que-parfait) to describe and narrate events, give commands, discover more sophisticated usages of the subjunctive to express uncertainty and doubt, and develop a level of fluency that will permit study and work abroad in the foreign language. They will have significant and frequent opportunities to use the language for real-world purposes. Students will encounter literature from France and the French-speaking world, and further discover popular culture through communicative multimedia videos, French news websites, cinema, and class discussions. The course will be conducted entirely in French.




Humanities and Social Sciences Program

Typically Offered Periods

Spring Semester