French c1 Course Overview

Do you want to know what the French C1 Curriculum is? I am going to show you what you need to know for French C1.

The C1 level is based on the CEFR level scale.

Please also read my article on how to learn french by studying 1 hour a day to understand how you can best learn French.

Once you complete this course you will know the following

Who is the course for?

This French C1 course is for people that have already finished the B2 course. If you are not sure what your level is, then please take a level estimation test.

Learning Path

In this chapter we are going to examine the Verbs in the French C1 Curriculum.

Verbs are sometimes also called action words. They cause something to happen in a sentence. They are the source of action and movement.

In this chapter we are going to examine the Pronouns in the French C1 Curriculum.

pronoun is a word that is used in place of a noun or a noun phrase.

Some examples are: I, you, he, she, we, and they.

In this chapter we are going to examine the Articles and Nouns in the French C1 Curriculum.

An article is a word that is used in front of a noun. In English we have definite articles and indefinite articles. The definite article is “the”, and the indefinite ones are “a” and “an”.

Nouns are humans, animals, plants, and things.

In this chapter we are going to examine the Idioms in the French C1 Curriculum.

An Idiom is a set construction that is often used in a language.

In this chapter we are going to examine the Negations in the French C1 Curriculum.

You will learn how to make a sentence negative.

In this chapter we are going to examine the Negations in the French C1 Curriculum.

You will learn how to make a sentence negative.

In this chapter we are going to examine the Prepositions and Conjuctions in the French C1 Curriculum.

In English there are many prepositions: in, out, next to, before, after, behind, in front of etc.

French has these as well. We will learn how to use them.

French C1: Verbs

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How to form the Voix Passive

How to form the Voix Passive with Compound Tenses

When to use the Subjonctif Passé

How to Form the Subjonctif Passé

Subjonctif Passé (+Avoir):

Regular Verbs

Subjonctif Passé (+Avoir):

Avoir

Subjonctif Passé (+Avoir):

Être

Subjonctif Passé (+Avoir):

Faire

Subjonctif Passé (+Avoir):

Pouvoir

Subjonctif Passé (+Avoir):

Vouloir

Subjonctif Passé (+Être):

Aller

Subjonctif Passé (+Être):

Partir

When to use the Passé Simple

How to Form the Passé Simple

Passé Simple: Regular -er Verbs

Passé Simple: Regular -ir Verbs

Passé Simple: Regular -re Verbs

Passé Simple: Avoir

Passé Simple: Être

Passé Simple: Faire

French C1: pronouns

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French C1: Articles and nouns

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French C1: Idioms

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French C1: negations

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French C1: questions and interrogatives

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French C1: Adjectives and adverbs

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French C1: Prepositions and conjunctions

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