Beginners’ French Courses

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COMPLETE BEGINNER A1

Lay the Foundations of your French with the 2 French Courses for Complete Beginners. Ignite your skills for French and put them on proper tracks. Learn French pronunciation and how to read and write French. Speak French from the 1st hours. The topics are centered around you and the basics for Beginners.

  • 2 Courses of 40 hours each
  • + 5 hours offered with each course
  • Level certifications A1.1 & A1.2

HIGH BEGINNER A2

Continue to build up your French with the 2 courses for High Beginner. Your learning will be centered around the past tenses and how to tell mesmerizing stories. The topics of your courses will be centered around yourself and your past history but also yesterday’s and today’s French Culture.

  • 2 Courses of 40 hours each
  • + 5 hours offered with each course
  • Level certifications A2.1 & A2.2

BASICS ``à LA CARTE``

You may also be already above the High Beginner’s level A2.2, as you can have decent conversations in French. But you feel the need to look back at some French basics before moving on with the Intermediate level B1.1. You need basic French “à la carte”. You will eventually :

  • Revise the French pronunciation
  • Revise the general structures of French
  • Systematize your conjugations.

4 intEnsivE sTEp-by-sTEp programs

COMPLETE BEGINNER A1.1 PROGRAM

Present yourself in French - Conversation

Learn how to present yourself in French

  • Learn how to present yourself in French
  • Learn how to ask someone to present himself or herself
  • Practice presenting yourself in different situations
  • Record yourself with audio to get used to your own voice and gain confidence

The French Pronunciation

Master French Pronunciation

  • Map your “French mouth” and learn how to articulate each one of the 44 sounds. Master them all.
  • Train your ears to listen and to distinguish every French sounds.
  • Train your eyes to read and to distinguish groups of letters.
  • Train your hand to write what you hear.
  • Connect these 4 skills all together.
  • Stop worrying about your French pronunciation.
  • Master it from the very beginning.

The Architecture of French Grammar

Picture how French is Structured

French is structured with 3 layers :

  1. The layer of the sounds and the spellings of the sounds (grammar of the sounds).
  2. The layer of the words and their 9 categories (grammar of the words).
  3. The layer of the sentences and their possible structures (grammar of the sentences).

Have a look at the architecture of French language and give a clear structure to your French right at the beginning.

The Politeness Formulas - Conversation

The Politeness Formulas

  • Learn how to greet
  • Learn how to say good bye
  • Tu / vous (formal / informal)
  • Learn how to welcome someone
  • Excuse yourself
  • Ask for something to someone
  • Thank someone
  • Congratulate someone
  • Complain about something to someone
  • Say your wishes to someone

The Present Tense - Grammar

The Present Tense

  • The Present Tense is the most irregular tense in French. Learn it first.
  • Look at most of all the exceptions and learn them by heart – No choice.
  • Learn tricks to remember 1 verb of the 3rd group and be able to conjugate 10 of them – example : “soutenir”, “contenir”, “retenir” contain “tenir”.
  • Create a complete table of all the possible endings of the present tense – remember visually.
  • Learn the infinitive forms of the verbs.
  • Practice by writing the action story of a fictional character of my choice in the present tense.
  • Practice by speaking about one of my most memorable days as if we were present to the action in the present tense.
  • Practice, practice, practice.

Your Family - Conversation

Talk about your Family

  • Talk about your family
  • Practice gender and number of the nouns with this new vocabulary.
  • Practice to use the possessive determiners
  • Learn family relationships

Your Profession - Conversation

Your profession

  • Talk about your profession
  • Which studies did you do to access this profession?
  • Describe your workplace
  • Describe your colleagues
  • Present your products and services in French

Genders and Numbers of the Nouns - Grammar

Genders and Numbers of the Nouns

  • “Every noun in French has a gender”. Masculin ou feminin
  • “Every noun in French receives an “s” at the end in its plural form”.
  • “Except…” – Learn the exceptions.

Describe Someone - Conversation

Describe Someone

  • Learn and practice body parts vocabulary and physical description.
  • Learn new adjectives to enrich my description.
  • Practice with pictures of my relatives, famous people, people’s pictures from the internet.
  • Write a short description of a person of my choice.
  • Learn clothing vocabulary

Street French session - Conversation

Street French Session

  • Learn street idioms to enrich your French and sound more French

The Time - Vocabulary

The Time

  • The months of the year / The seasons
  • The days of the week
  • The hours of the day
  • The moments of the day
  • Dates in French
  • The time
  • The duration

The 3 Types of Determiners - Grammar

The 3 Types of Determiners

Determiners are of 3 types :

  • The Identifiers. Le, un, ma, ce, etc.
  • The Quantifiers. Beaucoup de, trois, certains, etc.
  • The Interrogatives and Exclamatives. Quel? Quel!

Have a closer look at the common mistakes not to be made, learn how to combine and not to combine these 3 determiners types and master them all.

The Directions - Conversation

The Directions / Ask your way

  • Learn how to ask your way in the streets, on the road or in a building
  • Learn how to indicate which way to follow to someone
  • Learn French prepositions

Conversation on the Phone

Conversations on the Phone

  • Train for conversations on the phone.
  • Learn how to present yourself on the phone
  • Learn how to ask people to present themselves on the phone
  • Learn how to make people repeat themselves
  • Learn how to ask for the proper service on the phone
  • Train for different situations (urgency, information request, etc.) with role-play.

Describe your house - Conversation

Describe your House

  • Describe your house or your apartment in French.
  • Describe the rooms of your house, equipment in your house in French.

Your likes and dislikes - Conversation

Your likes and dislikes

  • Talk about your hobbies and passions.
  • Express your likes and dislikes.
  • Express a preference for something or someone.
  • Express a desire.
  • Express hate for something

The Conversationalist

Improve your conversations skills – Train for Random Conversation

  • Relax and pick a first subject to talk about with Gil.
  • Express yourself freely and at your own pace and let the conversation flow by itself.
  • Let the conversation slide from one subject to another.
  • If the conversation stalls, no worries, Gil will move it forward.

5 Hours Offered - Reward

5 Hours Offered

  • 5 hours offered to reward you for the work that has been accomplished.
  • Relax and look back at your previous lessons quietly with Gil.
  • Think deeply at what you have learned.
  • Ask questions to your teacher about the previous lessons.
  • Practice grammar or vocabulary points again if necessary.
  • Test yourself about what you have learned.
  • Look forward to what will be accomplished in the near future.

Exam A1.1 Level - Certification

A1.1 level exam

  • Pass your A1.1 exam (1 hour 30 min).
  • Correct your exam with Gil.
  • Evaluate yourself – Strength and Weaknesses.
  • Receive Gil’s evaluation and Classic French’s certification

COMPLETE BEGINNER A1.2 PROGRAM

The Compound Past - Grammar

The Compound Past

The Compound Past is the 2nd most irregular tense in French, after the Present Tense.

Investing your time in it is getting a model for all the other Compound Tenses you will learn in French in the future. Worth it!

  • Learn the conjugations with Être.
  • Learn the conjugations with Avoir.
  • Learn the past participles.
  • Learn the exceptions.
  • Enjoy practicing and practicing again by telling endless stories of real (you) or fictional characters doing successive short actions in a Chronological Order.
  • Learn a massive amount of vocabulary related to your fields of interests while practicing your stories.
  • Learn and use the adverbs of time to articulate your stories. aujourd’hui, après, aussitôt, autrefois, avant, bientôt, d’abord, déjà, demain, encore, enfin, en même temps, ensuite, hier, jadis, jamais, maintenant, quelquefois, parfois, puis, rarement, soudain, souvent, tard, toujours, tôt, tout à coup, tout de suite, etc.

Your life's story

Past Events

  • In a chronological order, tell stories that happened to you in the past using the Compound Past
  • Learn how to use suspens expressions to hold the breath of your audience

How was your day ? - Conversation

How was your day ?

“How was your day ?” is probably one of the questions you will get the most often.

  • In a chronological order, tell what happened to you today using the Compound Past
  • Learn how to use emotions to say if your day was boring, exciting, same as usual, etc.

The Near Past / The Present continuous / The Near Future - Grammar

The Near Past / The Present continuous / The Near Future

  • Learn how and when to use the near past
  • Learn how and when to use the present continuous
  • Learn how and when to use the near future
  • Use them all together

Your City - Conversation

Your City

  • Use Google view to virtually walk your city and learn its vocabulary.
  • Use Google View to learn to describe your favorite places in your city.
  • Describe what people do in the city. Wait for the tram, walk on the side walk, etc.
  • Say what you like to do the most in your city.
  • Simulate conversation you could have in shops, restaurant, café, etc.
  • Apply grammar rules learned previously to construct your sentences.

Your Passions - Conversation

Your Passions

  • What are your passions ?
  • Talk about your passions
  • Bring documents on the whiteboard and learn the vocabulary related to your passions

Your favorite sport - Conversation

Your favorite sport

  • Are you doing sport ?
  • Talk about the sports you practice
  • Describe your training
  • Talk about your diet and everything related to your favorite sport
  • Learn Sport vocabulary in general

Street French session - Conversation

Street French Session

  • Start to learn street idioms to enrich your French and sound more French

The Money - Conversation

The Money

  • Learn the vocabulary and expressions related to the bank and money

The Shopping - Conversation

The Shopping

  • Ask for something in the shops “je voudrais”
  • Express the quantity (of food, articles in shops)
  • Ask and comment the prices
  • Vocabulary of the market
  • At the supermarket

Cooking / The Food

Cooking / The Food

  • Kitchen tools
  • The breakfast
  • The lunch
  • The dinner
  • The Vegetables / the Fruits / the Ingredients
  • Practice the Imperative mode by writting a recept

The Genders and Numbers of the Adjectives - Grammar

The Genders and Numbers of the Adjectives

The Adjectives, like the Adverbs, have a function of precision in French language. They are here to precise the intrinsic qualities of the Noun (the thing or person) they are related to.For this reason :

“Every Adjective receives the gender and the number of the Noun it is related to”.

In this section, you will learn the diverse endings the Adjectives can receive to express the gender and the number of the Noun they are related to. These endings depend also on the adjective’s last letter in its singular form. No difficulty.

French People - Conversation

French People

  • Discover French people.
  • How they think and act. Their personality.
  • Discover the stereotypes about French people

The French Countryside - Conversation

The French Countryside

With Google View and the Screen Sharing :

  • Discover the French mountains.
  • Discover the French seas and ocean.
  • Discover the French land diversity : east, north, west, south.
  • Discover some of the oldest French villages

Travel to Lyon - Conversation

Travel to Lyon

  • Use Google view to virtually walk the city of Lyon.
  • Look at the map and discover the particularities of Lyon
  • Describe what people do in the city. Wait for the tram, walk on the side walk, etc.
  • Discover the culinary culture of Lyon
  • Discover the history of Lyon : Lugdunum under the Roman Empire

The Conversationalist

Improve your conversations skills – Train for Random Conversation

  • Relax and pick a first subject to talk about with Gil.
  • Express yourself freely and at your own pace and let the conversation flow by itself.
  • Let the conversation slide from one subject to another.
  • If the conversation stalls, no worries, Gil will move it forward.

5 Hours Offered - Reward

5 Hours Offered

  • 5 hours offered to reward you for the work that has been accomplished.
  • Relax and look back at your previous lessons quietly with Gil.
  • Think deeply at what you have learned.
  • Ask questions to your teacher about the previous lessons.
  • Practice grammar or vocabulary points again if necessary.
  • Test yourself about what you have learned.
  • Look forward to what will be accomplished in the near future.

Exam A1.2 Level - Certification

A1.2 level exam

  • Pass your A1.2 exam (1 hour 30 min).
  • Correct your exam with Gil.
  • Evaluate yourself – Strength and Weaknesses.
  • Receive Gil’s evaluation and Classic French’s certification

HIGH BEGINNER A2.1 PROGRAM

The Future Simple - Reward

The Future Simple

The Futur simple is probably the easiest tense to learn in French.

It requires only 1 hour to be learned.

Take 9 hours to practice it and learn more vocabulary in the mean time.

  • “Take the infinitive form of the verb and suppress any letter that could be lasting after its last “r”.
  • “Add the conjugations of the verb Avoir in the present tense : -ai, -as, -a, -ons, -ez, -ont”.
  • Example : To take > prendre > prendr / e > prendr + ai > je prendrai > I will take.
  • Learn the few exceptions.
  • Practice several hours by talking and writing about your future life projects..
  • Build up massive amount of vocabulary in your fields of interests.
  • Master your Future in French.

Your future projects in French - Conversation

Your future projects in French

  • What are your future life’s projects ? Talk about them.
  • What will you be in 30 years ?
  • Write a letter to your future self.

The future of the world - Conversation

The future of the world

  • What will the world look like in 10, 30, 100 years? 1000 years ?
  • What will you be in 30 years ?
  • Write a letter to your future self.

The Compound Past / The Present / The Future all together - Grammar

The Compound Past / The Present / The Future

Now that you have learned the Present tense, the Compound Past and the Futur Simple separately, it’s time to practice them all together.

  • Put verbs in the infinitive form on a timeline on the whiteboard.
  • Choose real or fictional characters as heros of your story.
  • Conjugate your chosen verbs alternatively in the present, past and future tenses.
  • Use adverbs of time to logically articulate your stories.
  • Get used to jump from one tense to another and become tense flexible.
  • Think at how this exercise will be useful for real life situations.

Social Media in French - Conversation

Social Media in French

  • Turn all your social media to French language
  • Read facebook pages in French
  • Read tweets in French
  • Write facebook post and tweets in French
  • Post them on your walls

Google Search in French - Conversation

Google Search in French

  • Turn Google to French
  • Learn how to use Google in French
  • Research information and read Google’s answers in French
  • Find Google’s Answer that answers best your query
  • Go to this website and read the information in French

The Adverbs : Precision and Elegancy - Grammar

The Adverbs : Precision and Elegancy

Adverbs, like the adjectives have one function in French language : Precision.

But, same as the adjectives can only precise the Nouns, adverbs can only precise some other types of words. Adverbs can precise :

  • The Verbs
  • The Adjectives
  • And other Adverbs themselves.

Learn also how to form adverbs from adjectives by adding the ending “-ment”.

With this knowledge reach the aesthetic dimension of French language and gain in precision, discourse articulation, and elegancy right from the High Beginners’ level.

The Rythm of French - Grammar

The Rythm of French

  • Discover the rythm and music of French
  • Discover what is a Rythmic Group
  • Learn where and when to put intonation when you speak
  • Listen to French and say if you hear ascending or descending intonations

Street French session - Conversation

Street French Session

  • Now that you have learned the Music of French and its rythm, discover how to speak Street French
  • Discover how and when to suppress certain sounds based on the rythm of French
  • Learn street idioms to enrich your French and sound more French

The Prepositions - Grammar

The Prepositions

  • Learn the prepositions in French
  • Learn the major difficulties of the prepositions with the verbs
  • Train and use prepositions

The Imperative Mood - Grammar

The Imperative Mood

  • Learn the Imperative Mood
  • Learn when and how to use it
  • Learn how to use diverse emotions with the imperative.
  • Learn how to suplicate, give order, give advices
  • And other values of the Imperative Mood

Travel to Paris - Conversation

Travel to Paris

  • Use Google View to visit Paris
  • Look at its map and describe it
  • Visit the most reknown monuments of Paris
  • Talk about Paris and its way of life

French culinary culture - Conversation

French Culinary Culture

  • Discover the culinary culture of France
  • Discover our most famous and delicious meals
  • Discover the habits of French when they eat : Apéritif / Entrée / Plat / Dessert / Café
  • Discover French manners at the table
  • Visit France culinary geography

The Geography of France - Conversation

The Geography of France

  • Discover the geography of France using Google view
  • Visit the Different Regions of France
  • Discover and talk about the cultural difference between French regions
  • To which region would you prefer to go ?

The Conversationalist

Improve your conversations skills – Train for Random Conversation

  • Relax and pick a first subject to talk about with Gil.
  • Express yourself freely and at your own pace and let the conversation flow by itself.
  • Let the conversation slide from one subject to another.
  • If the conversation stalls, no worries, Gil will move it forward.

5 Hours Offered - Reward

5 Hours Offered

  • 5 hours offered to reward you for the work that has been accomplished.
  • Relax and look back at your previous lessons quietly with Gil.
  • Think deeply at what you have learned.
  • Ask questions to your teacher about the previous lessons.
  • Practice grammar or vocabulary points again if necessary.
  • Test yourself about what you have learned.
  • Look forward to what will be accomplished in the near future.

Exam A2.1 Level - Certification

A2.1 level exam

  • Pass your A2.1 exam (2 hour 30 min).
  • Correct your exam with Gil.
  • Evaluate yourself – Strength and Weaknesses.
  • Receive Gil’s evaluation and Classic French’s certification

HIGH BEGINNER A2.2 PROGRAM

Storytelling with the past tenses - Grammar

Storytelling with the past tenses

Inside the “Indicative Mode”, exist 2 very different worlds :

  • The world of the Discourse centered arround the Present Simple (Compound Past, Present Simple and Future Simple).
  • The World of Stories centered around the Imperfect (Plus-Perfect, Imperfect, Conditional Present and Compound Past again), that you still have to learn.

It is true that I have already learned to tell stories at the beginning of this High Beginner’s Course, but they were only told thanks to the Compound past alone.

It is now time to jump inside the World of Stories by learning 3 new major tenses :

  • The Imperfect
  • The Plus-Perfect
  • The Conditional Present

In this Section I will learn :

  • The difference between the “World of the Discourse” and the “World of Stories”.
  • How symetrical these two worlds are.
  • How, because of this symetry, the conjugations of these 3 new tenses are easy to remember.
  • The value of each one of these tenses and when to use them in your stories.
  • How to tell rich stories using all these past tenses together.
  • Practice by telling stories orally or writtenly.
  • Enrich your vocabulary in the fields of your interests.

The Imperfect - Grammar

The Imperfect

  • The Imperfect is the Present of the past
  • Learn how and when to use the imperfect
  • Describe events and atmospheres of past events using the imperfect

The Pluperfect - Grammar

The Pluperfect

  • The pluperfect is the past of the past. It is symetrical to the Compound past.
  • Learn how and when to use the pluperfect in your stories
  • Tell series of events that happened in the past using the pluperfect
  • Learn how and when to use the pluperfect with the imperfect
  • Learn the adverbs of time that call for the use of the imperfect

The Conditional Present - Grammar

The Conditional Present

  • The Conditional Present is the Future of the past. It is symetrical to the Future Simple.
  • Learn how and when to use the Conditional Present in your stories
  • Tell series of events that would have happened in the past using the Conditional Present
  • Learn how and when to use the Conditional Present with the pluperfect and the imperfect
  • Learn the adverbs of time that call for the use of the Conditional Present

Your Personal History - Conversation

Your Personal History

  • Use the Imperfect, the Pluperfect and the Conditional Present to tell your Personal History
  • Use the adverbs of time to be coherent with the different events of your life.

Your Family's History - Conversation

Your Family’s History

  • Tell your Family’s History using the Imperfect, the Pluperfect, and the Conditional Present
  • Tell the story of each one of the members of your Family
  • Use the adverbs of time to be coherent with your stories

Your Country / Region's History - Conversation

Your Country / Region’s History

  • Tell your Country’s History using the Imperfect, the Pluperfect and the Conditional Present
  • Choose an event of your country’s history (revolution, war, etc.) and tell how this moment happened using the past tenses.
  • Use the adverbs of time to bring coherency in your story

How was your day ? - Conversation

How was your day ?

  • Tell what happened to you today using the Compound Past, the imperfect, the pluperfect & the conditional present
  • Learn how to use emotions to say if your day was boring, exciting, same as usual, etc.

The Special Moments of your Life - Conversation

The Special Moments of your Life

  • Choose a Special moment of your life (birth of your child, etc) and tell how it happened using the narrative tenses
  • Use the adverbs of time to be coherent with your story.

Street French session - Conversation

Street French Session

  • Learn street idioms to enrich your French and sound more French

The Religious History of France - Conversation

The Religious History of France

  • Watch a short documentary about the Religious History of France, the Daughter of the Church.
  • Talk about the Religious History of France
  • Learn more about the separation of the Church and the State in France
  • Visit some of the most beautiful Churches and Cathedral of France
  • Are you religious ?

The Political History of France - Conversation

The Political History of France

  • Watch a short documentary about the Political History of France.
  • Talk about the Political History of France
  • To your opinion, what is the political situation of France today?
  • How is France perceived in the world today?

The Dialects of France - Conversation

The Dialects of France

  • Discover the old dialects of France by regions.
  • Can you understand them ?
  • Discover how and when these dialects have been unified under the standard French of today
  • Dialects are still living today!

French Singers - Learn a song

French Singers

  • Discover French music and French singers
  • Pick an artist and a song of him / her that you really like
  • Study and understand the lyrics

French Media Landscape - Conversation

French Media Landscape

  • Discover the French mainstream media landscape
  • What are their relationship with the state ?
  • The new social media and the war for information (fake news)

French Cinema - Conversation

French Cinema

  • Choose and watch a French movie
  • Talk about this movie in French
  • Main characters, plot, end of the story
  • Why did you like this movie ?
  • Does this movie takes place in the history of French cinema ? How ?

The Conversationalist

Improve your conversations skills – Train for Random Conversation

  • Relax and pick a first subject to talk about with Gil.
  • Express yourself freely and at your own pace and let the conversation flow by itself.
  • Let the conversation slide from one subject to another.
  • If the conversation stalls, no worries, Gil will move it forward.

5 Hours Offered - Reward

5 Hours Offered

  • 5 hours offered to reward you for the work that has been accomplished.
  • Relax and look back at your previous lessons quietly with Gil.
  • Think deeply at what you have learned.
  • Ask questions to your teacher about the previous lessons.
  • Practice grammar or vocabulary points again if necessary.
  • Test yourself about what you have learned.
  • Look forward to what will be accomplished in the near future.

Exam A2.2 Level - Certification

A2.2 level exam

  • Pass your A2.2 exam (2 hour 30 min).
  • Correct your exam with Gil.
  • Evaluate yourself – Strength and Weaknesses.
  • Receive Gil’s evaluation and Classic French’s certification




ThE 7 skills To masTEr as a bEginnEr

French Pronunciation

The French sound system has officially 43 sounds. With the Complete Beginner program, discover your French mouth and master the points of articulation of each sound. Start to learn French with confidence in your pronunciation. Spellings of each sound will also be studied to learn how to read  and write French from the very beginning.

Speaking Skill

You will speak French from the very first hours of your program for Complete Beginner. Develop the abilities to speak about yourself in a simple manner at the beginning and learn how to enrich your French step-by-step with Gil. All along the course you will be invited to audiorecord yourself in order to get used to your own voice speaking French.

Reading Skill

As in French lots of written letters are not pronounced, your skill to decrypt and read written French will be developed from the very beginning. Spelling patterns will be identified so you will be able to read aloud very short texts like small articles, postal cards, restaurant menus or news papers advertisements.

Writing Skill

Writing is an essential part of learning. More than everything at the beginning. Most of the memorization is done thanks to writing. On the Collaborative Whiteboard online, where lessons will be given to you, you will write and Gil will teach you how to always check that spellings are properly respected. You will take good habits at the very beginning.

Listening Skill

Thanks to the training of your ears for sound recognition, you will be able to understand very simple spoken words and sentences related to your immediate environment, family, friends or personal situation. Training with French songs, audiobooks, short dialogues, and other audio materials will get you used to the French spoken language.

Vocabulary Build Up

The orientation of the vocabulary build up can be decided with you if you have specific needs. Abilities to talk about yourself, your family, your friends and people in general will be developed. French customs, school, work, home life, weather, seasons, time, city, giving and receiving directions, giving opinions or advices and talking about present and past events will be part of your vocabulary build up.

French Grammar

French is made of 3 layers : 43 Sounds and their Spellings, the 9 Categories of Words (verbs, adjectives, etc.), and finally the Sentences’ Structures. This architecture is here to help you to think about the logic of French language. Having a clear picture of how French is structured at the very Beginning will give quality and clarity to your French.

mEThods To lEarn FrEnch wiTh gil

Create your French

Create your French lessons with Gil in real-time on the whiteboard. Since you and your life are the content of your course, you will spend most of your time speaking and writing about yourself in French. In the end, you will find yourself with a complete set of French lessons for beginner personalized to you.

Learn from your mistakes

There is no judgment in the classroom. You will make a lot of mistakes during your learning. But mistakes are the best material to learn and progress quickly. They shade a light on what you still have to learn and improve. They are of the most positive relevance to your apprenticeship and Gil will help you to take the greatest advantage of them.

Full skills development

All your skills for French will patiently be developed from the very beginning. Gil wil take absolute care that your pronunciation skills and your abilities for reading, writing, listening and speaking French are properly ignited and put on tracks. Speaking and listening will have the priority for Complete and High Beginners.

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