Curriculum Adults

A1 = 4 levels with Défi 1 = 96 hours
A2 = 4 levels with Défi 2 = 96 hours
B1 = 5 levels with Défi 3 = 120 hours
B2 = 4 levels with Défi 4 + 6 levels with Edito B2 = 240 hours
C1 / C2 =  Cosmopolite 5

A1.1 = Unités 0, 1 & 2
A1.2 = Unités 3 & 4
A1.3 = Unités 5 & 6
A1.4 = Unités 7 & 8

A2.1 = Unités 1 & 2
A2.2 = Unités 3 & 4
A2.3 = Unités 5 & 6
A2.4 = Unités 7 & 8

B1.1 = Unité 1 + révision
B1.2 = Unités 2 & 3
B1.3 = Unités 4 & 5
B1.4 = Unités 6 & 7
B1.5 = Unités 8 & 9

B2.1 = Unités 1 & 2
B2.2 = Unités 3 & 4
B2.3 = Unités 5 & 6
B2.4 = Unités 7 & 8 & 9

Communication Grammaire


Units 0, 1 & 2

Introduce yourself and someone else; 
Greet people and use polite expressions; 
Ask for help in class; 
Discover French alphabet and numbers;
Talk about countries and traditions; 
Ask questions;
Express  agreement & disagreement; 
Express likes and dislikes.
Verbs  s’appeler, avoir, être, aller, venir, aimer & other first group;
Pronouns je, tu... & moi, toi...; 
Definite and indefinite articles; 
Masculine / Feminine for articles, countries; 
Structures c’est … / il est … / elle est …; 
Basic intterogative  words: quel, pourquoi...; 
Countries and prepositions; 
Prepositions of place; 
Negative form.


Units 3 & 4

Talk about your family;
Talk about nationalities; 
Talk about positions in space (devant, derrière, à côté de...)
Describe appearance and character;
Talk about and describe your home and furniture.
Possessive adjectives: singular and plural;
Masculine, feminine and plural forms of adjectives;
Modal verbs pouvoir, devoir
Verbs ending with –er;
Logic connectors et, ou & mais; 
Asking questions;
Using c’est +adjective, il faut + infinitive;
Using Il y a/Il n’y a pas de.


Units 5 & 6

Talk about your daily routine; 
Tell time and date; 
Describe people;
Talk about hobbies and activities; 
Talk about internet and social media; 
Give an invitation (accept or refuse); 
Talk about travels.
Pronominal verbs: se laver, se réveiller...; 
Verbs sortir, dormir, prendre, faire, jouer..; .
Vocabulary about time (months, days...)
Personnal pronoun on; 
Using pour  & parce que; 
Place of Adjectives; 
Adverbs for frequency.


Units 7 & 8

Talk about cities and places;
Ask for and give directions;
Talk about shopping; 
Talk about food and groceries;
Express quantities;
Explain a recipe.
FUTUR PROCHE  tense: je vais manger...; 
Introduction to past tense PASSE COMPOSE;
Time connectors;  
Adverbial pronoun y; 
Using personal pronouns object (COD) : le, la, les; 
Demonstrative pronouns ce, cet...
IMPERATIF  tense to give instructions.


Units 1 & 2

Talk about consumption patterns; 
Talk about recycling; 
Describe objects; 
Talk about artists; 
Talk about inventions; 
Talk about health issues; 
Explain symptoms and talk about a sickness; 
Give advice.
Relatives pronouns : qui, que, où;
Verb jeter; 
Comparatives and superlatives; 
Demonstratives pronouns; 
PASSE COMPOSE tense (review); 
Different ways of asking a question; 
Vocabulary about body; 
Personnal pronouns indrect objcet (COI) : lui, leur.


Units 3 & 4

Talk about your food habits; 
Talk about a dish and describe it (with 5 senses); 
Tell your opinion; 
Talk about sports; 
Give a recommendation.
Adverbial pronoun en; 
Adverbs : un peu, assez, trop; 
Vocabulary about 5 senses;
IMPERATIF tense (review);
Verbs to give advice: trouver, penser que...
Complex negative sentences : ne plus, ne jamais; 
CONDITIONNEL présent tense; 
Cause & intention : donc, alors, pour, afin de.


Units 5 & 6

Talk about your studies and training; 
Talk about new pedagogy; 
Talk about your future project and wishes; 
Talk about your emotions; 
Talk about innovative projects (job and enterprise); 
Be ready for an interview.
Verbs to tell a wish: aimer, vouloir, espérer...; 
Using quand in the FUTURE TENSE;
Use SI  to formulate a condition: 
PASSE RECENT and PRESENT CONTINU using : venir de, être en train de...; 
Express duration : depuis, pendant, il y a...; 
Obligation, interdiction, permission : devoir, pouvoir; 
INDIRECT SPEECH: Il a dit que...


Units 7 & 8

Describe a building and a neighborhood; 
Compare situations before and after; 
Talk about your artistic taste; 
Present a movie or a book ang give your opinion; 
Talk about your vacations: future and past; 
How to prepare a trip.
Expression duration: dès, en, jusqu’à...; 
Complex negation: ne … que (restriction); 
Formation of adverbs in -ment; 
PRONOUNS y and en; 
Formaiton of gerundive (parlant...).


Unit 1 + révis.

REVIEW of A2 level.
Tell a story in past tense; 
Talk about your dreams, wishes and projects; 
Talk about happiness; 
Express your discontent; 
Evoke/mention memories.
REVIEW of A2 level.
Agreement participe passé avec avoir; 
Using avoir l’intention de, envisager de...
FUTUR SIMPLE tense (review); 
Possessives pronouns mon, ton, son...
Express opposition: alors que, tandis que.


Units 2 & 3

Talk about traditions and stereotypes; 
Talk about languages and communication; 
Express feelings; 
Give advices and recommandations
Express your opinion: agree or disagree; 
Talk about passion and interests; 
Make hypotheses.
Using il faut que/il ne faut pas que...; 
Emphasis with c’est/ce sont; 
PRONOUNS COD / COI (review); 
Pronouns en / y (review); 
Tonic prounouns moi, toi, lui...; 
RELATIVE pronouns : lequel, duquel, auquel...; 
Verbs of opinon:  penser, croire, trouver  with indicative and subjonctive; 
Using indefinite pronouns: certains, plusieurs, quelques; 
HYPOTHESIS SI + imparfait et conditionnel.


Units 4 & 5

Talk about shows and your opinion; 
Describe people, things and actions; 
Talk about cinema and theatre; 
Summarize a movie / a story; 
Talk about successive or simultaneous events; 
Describe and explain an app; 
Talk about technologies and inequalities; 
Make an analysis; 
Temper your comments.
Relative pronoun: dont; 
Express time: avant de, après de; 
SUBJONCTIF passé tense; 
Expressions with faire and prendre
Express surprise; 
Express concession.


Units 6 & 7

Talk about news, medias and advertising; 
Debate about public health; 
Talk about recycling: good and bad practices; 
Give instructions; 
Explain causes and consequences; 
Express a concern.
PASSIVE form; 
Express certitude and doubt; 
REPORTED SPEECH past tense; 
Logic connectors; 
Express condition with à condition de / que...
Express exclusion : sauf, excepté and inclusion :y compris, inclus; 
Express fears, concerns.


Units 8 & 9

Talk about inequalities & revendications; 
Talk about rights and contestation: 
Share  uncertain news; 
Voice anger, react; 
Talk about necessities; 
Express regrets.
Emphasis: ce qui, ce que, ce dont; 
Using le PARTICIPE PRESENT à la forme composé; 
CONDITIONNEL present (review) & past; 
Express necessity:  il est important de/que; 
SUBJONCTIF (review).


Units 1 & 2

Talk about poetry & beauty; 
Talk about urbanism and challenges for cities; 
Imagine the future; 
Give solutions to problems; 
Talk about absurd; 
Familiar expressions; 
Express a paradox; 
Talk about agriculture and local products.
Neutral pronoun le; 
Express causes and consequences; 
Avoid repetition;
Using prefixes; 
Express opposition and concession; 
Impersonal structures; 
Use of the pronoun ça.


Units 3 & 4

Debate about appearance and society; 
Talk about image in the society;
Talk about marriage and relationship; 
Talk  about personality; 
Love in movies and tv shows; 
Talk about friendship; 
Tell funny stories.
PASSIVE  form with pronominal verbs
Different past tenses; 
Vocabulary with body; 
Double pronouns (COD/COI); 
Vocabulary about Love; 
INDIRECT SPEECH in past tense.


Units 5 & 6

Talk about professional skills; 
Talk about management; 
Ask formal questions; 
Present a company; 
Debate about uberisation; 
Familiar expressions; 
Talk about artisanat and art; 
Give an opinion about an art piece; 
Talk about recent news.

Different forms of Interrogation; 
Introduce facts and examples; 
PARTICIPE PRESENT and adjective verbal; 
Express continuous action, interruption and progression; 


Units 7 & 8

Talk about French language; 
Argue and structure a speech; 
React and debate; 
Adapt your language to different situation; 
Talk about games in the society; 
Explain rules; 
Talk about boredom.
Talk about humour; 
Talk about stand up show; 
Insist on an element in a speech; 
Talk about artistic media; 
Talk about politiquement correct.

Use of la mise en relief; 
Use of les indéfinis; 
Express goals; 
Prefixes and suffixes; 
Vocabulary to debate; 
Lanague registers.
Use of la mise en relief
Words to connect and structure a speech; 
Figures of speech; 
Humoristic processes; 
Idiotmatic expressions; 
Express condition.

B2.5 = Unités 1 & 2
B2.6 = Unités 3 & 4
B2.7 = Unités 5 & 6
B2.8 = Unités 7 & 8
B2.9 = Unités 9 & 10
B2.10 = Unités 11 & 12

C1.1 = Unités 1 & 2
C1.2 = Unités 3 & 4
C1.3 = Unités 5 & 6
C2.1 = Unités 7 & 8
C2.2 = Unités 9 & 10
C2.3 = Unités 11 & 12

Communication GRAMMAIRE


Units 1 & 2

Talk about France and French people;
Give your opinions;
Talk about engagement;
Talk about foreign languages;
Talk bout English words in French language.
Indicative or Subjunctive;
Reported speech past tense;
Connecting words.


Units 3 & 4

Talk about medias;
Present an article;
Talk about trips;
Present facts about geography.
Cause and consequence;
Passive voice;
Comment statistitics.


Units 5 & 6

Talk about historical personalities;
Debate about immigration;
Make a portrait;
Talk about health;
Debate about esthetics.
Time prepositions;
Past tenses;
Participe present;
Participe passé & passé composé.


Units 7 & 8

Give your opinions;
Debate on ecology;
Talk about art and cooking.
Personals pronouns;


Units 9 & 10

Talk about love;
Talk about France;
Talk about your job;
Debate on anonymous resume;
Tell your professional experience;
Give your opinion about activities.
Condition and Hypothesis;


Units 11 & 12

Talk about social media;
Talk about computers;
Talk about fashion;
Invent a new invention;
Talk about architecture;
Talk about changes;
Talk about your dreams.
Concession and opposition;
Indicative, subjonctive or infinitive;
Goal and changes;


Units 1 & 2

Faire un compte-rendu oral;
Rédiger une synthèse;
Faire des recommandations et donner des conseils Décrire une ville;
Analyser et commenter;
Présenter des avantages et inconvénients.


Units 3 & 4

Expliciter une découverte scientifique;
Présenter un sujet polémique;
Commenter une tendance;
Décrire et analyser une œuvre d’art.


Units 5 & 6

Rédiger une biographie;
Comprendre une chronique humoristique;
Distinguer et adapter les registres de langues;
Réaliser une revue de presse;


Units 7 & 8

Exprimer un point de vue critique;
Ecrire la suite d’un extrait littéraire;
Décrire une utopie;
Comprendre les problématiques liées à la francophonie;
Commenter des choix d’écriture.


Units 9 & 10

Débattre de l’impact des réseaux sociaux;
Exprimer un paradoxe;
Démontrer l’intérêt d’une pratique pédagogique;
Faire une chronique.


Units 11 & 12

Comprendre la notion de culture partagée;
Déterminer les caractéristiques de l’humour;
Exposer des conséquences;
Analyser et mettre en place une stratégie argumentative.

Curriculum Teens

A1 = 5 levels with A Plus 1 = 90 hours
A2.1 = 3 levels with A Plus 2 = 54 hours
A2.2 = 3 levels with A Plus 3 = 54 hours
B1 = 5 levels with A Plus 4 = 90 hours
B2 = 5 levels with A Plus 5 = 90 hours

A1.1 Part 1 = Unités 0 & 1
A1.1 Part 2 = Unité 2
A1.1 Part 3 = Unité 3
A1.1 Part 4 = Unité 4
A1.1 Part 5 = Unités 5 & 6

A2.1 Part 1 = Unités 1 & 2
A2.1 Part 2 = Unités 3 & 4
A2.1 Part 3 = Unités 5 & 6

A2.2 Part 1 = Unités 1 & 2
A2.2 Part 2 = Unités 3 & 4
A2.2 Part 3 = Unités 5 & 6

B1 Part 1 = Unité 1
B1 Part 2 = Unité 2
B1 Part 3 = Unité 3
B1 Part 4 = Unité 4
B1 Part 5 = Unités 5 & 6

B2 Part 1 = Unité 1
B2 Part 2 = Unité 2
B2 Part 3 = Unité 3
B2 Part 4 = Unité 4
B2 Part 5 = Unités 5 & 6

Communication GRAMMAIRE

A1.1 Part 1

Units 0 & 1

Learn alphabet and numbers
Introducing oneself
Talk about countries and nationalities
Important verbs: être, avoir, s’appeler, habiter
Structures: c’est / ce n’est pas
Definite and indefinite articles
Masculine and feminine forms

A1.1 Part 2

Unit 2

Ask for and give information
Express likes and dislikes
Talk about school subjects
Explain schedule
Structures il y a / il n’y a pas, mais
Verbs : faire, aimer, détester
Negative form
Possessive pronouns
Asking questions

A1.1 Part 3

Unit 3

Describe personalities and appearances
Talk about clothing
Introduce family members
Talk about hobbies and activities
Common adjectives and adverbs
Verbs: aller, mettre, jouer, lire, pouvoir, prendre

A1.1 Part 4

Unit 4

Learn basic vocabulary around shopping
Ordering at a restaurant
Talk about favourite foods
Question words and structures: comment, pourquoi, quand, combien, est-ce que, qu’est-ce que
Pronoun on Imperative mode
Verbs: pouvoir, prendre

A1.1 Part 5

Units 5 & 6

Talk about daily routine
Express how one feels
Talk about health and give advice
Invite, accept and refuse an invitation
Describe location and place
Talk about past experiences and events
Describe a trip
Pronominal verbs
Verbs finir, devoir, falloir
Use of imperative mode in negative form
New tenses: futur proche, passé composé
Prepositions of place
Pronouns qui / où

A2.1 Part 1

Units 1 & 2

Ask for and give information;
Phone conversations;
Express a point of view;
Interviewing people;
Using formal and informal forms;
Discuss past events;
Talk about memories
Revision of basic question words;
Indefinite pronous: tout/tous/toute(s), certain(e/s), quelques, aucun(e);
Tenses review: présent, futur proche, passé composé;
Verbs savoir / connaitre;
Adverbs déjà, encore, toujours, jamais

A2.1 Part 2

Units 3 & 4

Compare present and future;
Talking about changes in life and history;
Email communication;
Talking about social subjects;
Understand and analyse advertisements;
Describe feelings;
Present arguments for and against something
Past tense: imparfait;
Comparative and superlative forms;
Structures ne… pas encore / ne… plus, juste, seulement, ne… que;
Adjectives ce, cet, cette;
Pronouns celui-ci, celui-là, etc.;
Adverbs trop, assez, pas assez;
Direct pronouns

A2.1 Part 3

Units 5 & 6

Tell a story in using past tenses;
Structure oral or written story;
Talk about the future;
Discuss inventions and innovations;
Make assumptions and talk about possibilities
Different tenses: passé composé, imparfait, passé récent, présent continu, futur simple;
Indirect pronouns;
Possessive pronouns : le mien, la mienne, etc.;
Structures with si;
Expressions c’est sûr, peut-être, je ne sais pas, aucune idée

A2.2 Part 1

Units 1 & 2

Describing places;
Expressing wishes;
Talk about holiday activities;
Describe a trip or a vacation;
Talk about person’s character;
Express feelings;
Give advice or recommendation;
Describe relations between people
Expressions je voudrais, j’aimerais, j’ai envie de, je rêve de;
Prepositions of place: à, en, au, aux;
Expressions of time: au mois de …, en …, de … à, tout le/toute la… ;
Past tense: passé composé with verbs avoir / être ;
Conditional mode ;
Pronominal verbs ;
Pronouns qui, que, où ;
Expressions of duration: il y a, depuis, ça fait

A2.2 Part 2

Units 3 & 4

Exchange opinions on different lifestyles and habits ;
Talk about health and wellbeing ;
Express goals and objections ;
Give practical advice;
Describe places and objects ;
Write a synopsis Indicate a way of doing something ;
Express emotions
Articles de la, du, de, d’ ;
Expressions of purpose, opposition and cause ;
Structure si + imparfait / conditionnel ;
Prepositions of place: au milieu, tout autour…;
Gerund ;
Some of the –ment adverbs

A2.2 Part 3

Units 5 & 6

Talk about the importance of a problem ;
Explain causes and consequences ;
Express and defend a point of view ;
Describe ways of taking action ;
Talk about different cultures ;
Present points to support an opinion ;
Using metaphors
Expressions of consequence and concession ;
Expressions to give opinion ;
Ordinal numbers ;
Passive voice ;
Pronoun dont;
Expressions of doubt and certitude

B1 Part 1

Unit 1

Formulate and defend a position on an issue ;
Debate ;
Analyse a biography ;
Suggest and recommend something
Past tenses: passé composé, imparfait, plus-que-parfait ;
Conditional and Subjunctive modes ;
Connectors: par exemple, pour ma part, en effet, on sait que …, donc, mais, de toute façon, etc.

B1 Part 2

Unit 2

Express an opinion ;
Distinguish formal and informal speech ;
Talk about francophone artists
Grammar in oral speech ;
Pronouns y and en Adverbs : très, trop, pur, grave

B1 Part 3

Unit 3

Interviewing and asking questions ;
Tell regrets Using indirect or reported speech ;
Talk about memories ;
Telling a story
Using different types of open and closed questions ;
Conditional mode: present and past ;
Relatives pronouns : ce qui/que/dont

B1 Part 4

Unit 4

Talk about future profession ;
Comparing different options ;
Making assumptions ;
Describe one’s life journey
Future tenses: futur simple, futur antérieur, futur immédiat ;
Direct and indirect pronouns ;
Using : sans, à condition de/que, au cas où

B1 Part 5

Units 5 & 6

Talk about digital world and one’s habits ;
Pinpoint actions and events ;
Analyse information ;
Defend a cause;
Explain words and concepts ;
Call to action ;
Analyse advertisements
Using linking words and connectors ;
Present and past infinitive forms;
Structures requiring subjunctive mode ;
Expressions of cause and purpose ;
Means to call to action: impératif, conditionnel, imparfait

B2 Part 1

Unit 1

Describe life in the city vs. in the suburbs ;
Talk about changes in the infrastructure ;
Express opinions and feelings ;
Understand and write letters
Review of various tenses ;
Expressions to talk about alternatives : soit… soit…, ou alors / bien / plutôt, sinon;
Inclusion : y compris, même, à part ;
Structures c’est / ce sont … où/qui/que… ;
Concessions ;
Temporal expressions

B2 Part 2

Unit 2

Understand scientific texts ;
Understand and explain complex phenomenon ;
Make a request
Negation: rien, jamais, aucun, personne… ;
Temporal expressions

B2 Part 3

Unit 3

Talk about art, its genres and role ;
Express a change of opinion ;
Express feelings and emotions ;
Understand radio programs
Structures to express cause and consequence ;
Expressions with tel, telle, tels, tells

B2 Part 4

Unit 4

Analyse a document ;
Talk about stereotypes and expectations;
Make a synthesis;
Express relief
Conclusions and concessions: après tout, en fait, enfin, au bout du compte… Conditions: à moins que, du moment que, tant que, pourvu que… Temporary present: pour l’instant, pour le moment, en attendant, jusqu’ici…

B2 Part 5

Units 5 & 6

Describe characters and their development;
Take notes and writing a summary;
Talk about obstacles, mistakes and success;
Analyze a notion or a concept;
Express opinions and views ;
Exchange advice
Progression: peu a peu, au fur et a mesure, de… en… ;
Review of tenses, including Passé Simple ;
Indefinite nous and adjectives: n’importe quell, peu importe… ;
Superlative forms ;
Structures to express cause and effect