Collective Courses


Join our termly collective classes. Benefit from a classroom learning environment here at Alliance Française.

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Online Classes


Learn French from the comfort of your own home. Sign up to our beginner online classes now!

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Private Lessons


Not available at the hours of a regular group course?

The private or semi-private tuition are for you!

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Takapuna


Learn French on the North Shore, classes for anglo and francophones, all ages!


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DELF/DALF INFO 


We are an official examination centre for DELF/DALF, DAEFLE, TCF & TEF.

We organise dedicated classes to prepare students for their examinations.

More information here.



Collective Courses

We are offering many options in order to help you master the most romantic language in the world!

Alliance Française holds classes in Remuera, Takapuna and even online. Our term classes run in 10 weeks blocks. As well as our regular lessons we have a variety of special topic classes, language workshops (Grammar and Pronunciation), conversation groups and intensive classes available.
Please note that we need at least 5 students to open a class.

By taking classes with us, you will

  • Learn with qualified, experienced and agreed professional French teachers
  • Progress in a friendly French immersion environment
  • Follow a structured curriculum following the Common European Framework of Reference  
  • Work toward internationally recognised exams
  • Have online access to the class progression and resources.
  • Back up your learning with resources from our media-library


Rate : $440 (incl. GST)

Please note that the price does not include the required textbooks.


Choosing a level

If you've never studied French before -> You can enrol in A1.1 - our complete beginner class (see schedule below).

If you have some French language skills -> Start by taking our mandatory level assessment.
Our pedagogical coordinator will then be in contact and have a chat with you to help to choose the best class for you.

Please note that we require an administrative fee (20% of the full term price) if a student who hasn't done a level assessment decides to change his class in the middle of the term.

Want more help or information? -> Click here to see our classes curriculum or contact us.

If you are a full beginner, we recommend you to contact our Director of Study (school@alliance-francaise.co.nz) to discuss the possible options.


Enrolment Collective Courses:

Find your level below and click on the specific button to enrol.



A1 A1


A2 A2


B1 B1


B2 B2


C1/C2 C1/C2



To see all enrolment options, click here.

Curriculum:


A1 A1


A2 A2


B1 B1


B2 B2


C1 C1


C2 C2


Student Membership card 

To enrol in a class you must be a member of Alliance Française Auckland.
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# Conversation All Levels

Conversation A2 Course

Conversation Groups
A1 Beginner

A1.1 Course

Regular Classes

Throughout this course, you will: 

  • Learn French basics and greetings
  • Master self-introductions: age, occupation, origin, residence, languages spoken. 
  • Prompt others for self-introductions
  • please check the curriculum here


Material required:
Edito A1


This class is step 1 of 4 towards DELF A1 (Official French Examination). 
If you are interested in getting formal recognition of your level, have a look here.


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks

A1.1 Course

Intensive Classes

Throughout this course, you will: 

  • Learn French basics and greetings
  • Master self-introductions: age, occupation, origin, residence, languages spoken. 
  • Prompt others for self-introductions
  • please check the curriculum here


Material required:
Edito A1


This class is step 1 of 4 towards DELF A1 (Official French Examination). 
If you are interested in getting formal recognition of your level, have a look here.


Pace: 10 hours per week over 2 weeks

A1.2 Course

Regular Classes

Throughout this course, you will: 

Material required: Edito A1

This class is step 2 of 4 towards DELF A1 (Official French Examination)
If you are interested in getting recognition of your level, have a look here.


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks

A1.3 Course

Regular Classes

Throughout this course, you will: 

Material required: Edito A1

This class is step 3 of 4 towards DELF A1 (Official French Examination). 
If you are interested in getting formal recognition of your level, have a look here.


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks

A1.4 Course

Regular Classes

Throughout this course, you will: 

  • Gather details about accommodations
  • Comprehend the internal regulations of a building
  • Establish guidelines for communal living
  • please check the curriculum here


Material required:
Edito A1

This class is step 4 of 4 towards DELF A1 (Official French Examination).
If you are interested in getting formal recognition of your level, have a look here


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks

Refresher A1

Pronunciation:
-L'intonation montante et descendante / Rising/Falling intonation
-La pronnonciation des verbes en ER / Pronunciation of verbs ending in "ER"
-Le e finale non pronnoncé et le é finale pronconcé / Unpronounced final "e" and pronounced final "é"
-La consonne finale non pronnoncée / Unpronounced final consonant
-L'éllision / Elision


Vocabulary:
Les loisirs et les sensation et emotions / Leisure activities. Sensations and emotions.

Grammar:
-Present (verbe en -er + auxiliaires) /  Present tense (verbs ending in -er + to be & to have)
-Verbes Irréguliers : aller, prendre, descendre, payer, faire, venir, pouvoir, vouloir / Irregular verbs - (to go, to take, to go down, to pay, to do, to come, to be able to/to can, to want)
-Le singulier et le pluriel / Singular and plural
-Les prépositions / Prepositions
-Le futur proche et le passé récent / The near future and recent past

A2 Intermediate

A2.1 Course

Regular Classes

The topics you will cover in this class are:

  • Saying what sport you play
  • Talking about the future
  • Expressing a decision
  • Giving advice
  • Talking about goals

This class is step 1 of 6 towards DELF A2 (Official French Examination), please check the curriculum here
If you're interested in getting formal recognition of your level, please look   here


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks

A2.1 Course

Intensive Classes

The topics you will cover in this class are:

  • Saying what sport you play
  • Talking about the future
  • Expressing a decision
  • Giving advice
  • Talking about goals

This class is step 1 of 6 towards DELF A2 (Official French Examination), please check the curriculum here
If you're interested in getting formal recognition of your level, please look   here


Pace: 10 hours per week over 2 weeks

A2.2 Course

Regular Classes

The topics you will cover in this class are:

  • Express frequency 
  • Describe your home
  • Understand an ad for a flat
  • Give directions (2)
  • Make a comparison
  • Explain a choice

This class is step 2 of 6 towards DELF A2 (Official French Examination), please check the curriculum here
If you're interested in getting formal recognition of your level, please look   here


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks

A2.3 Course

Regular Classes

The topics you will cover in this class are:

  • Speak about the past (2) 
  • Make a description 
  • Indicate a chronology
  • Understand a biography
  • Talk about a life changing event
  • Explain a problem and give solutions

This class is step 3 of 6 towards DELF A2 (Official French Examination), please check the curriculum here
If you're interested in getting formal recognition of your level, please look   here


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks

A2.4 Course

Regular Classes

The topics you will cover in this class are:

  • Relating a life changing event
  • Making a description
  • Expressing tastes
  • Giving good or bad news
  • Explaining an issue and giving a solution

This class is step 4 of 6 towards DELF A2 (Official French Examination), please check the curriculum here
If you're interested in getting formal recognition of your level, please look   here


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks

A2.5 Course

Regular Classes

The topics you will cover in this class are:

  • Talking about citizenship
  • Describing a place
  • Talking about a group of people
  • Organising your speech
  • Asking questions about an object and talking about it

This class is step 5 of 6 towards DELF A2 (Official French Examination), please check the curriculum here
If you're interested in getting formal recognition of your level, please look   here


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks

A2.6 Course

Regular Classes

The topics you will cover in this class are:

  • Understand a written/oral advertissement  
  • Give your opinion (2) 
  • Understand a leaflet
  • Make a demand

This class is step 6 of 6 towards DELF A2 (Official French Examination), please check the curriculum here
If you're interested in getting formal recognition of your level, please look   here


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks

Conversation A2 Course

Conversation Groups

If you want to improve your spoken French, we’ll give you plenty of opportunities to participate in realistic French conversations in a relaxed atmosphere.

You’ll polish your French speaking skills through relevant and interesting discussion topics on French culture and contemporary issues as presented in authentic articles and videos from the French press.

As with all of our courses, they are conducted in French and run over 4 Term per year, each Term consisting of 18 hours.


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks
B1 Advanced

B1.1 Course

Regular Classes

Over two terms, the topics you will cover in this class are:

  • Talking about housing
  • Expressing advice, order and permission
  • Talking about gastronomie
  • Understanding a movie clip, a book excerpt, an article, a radio column or an interview
  • Talking about your studies
  • speak about relationships  
  • Describe past events, situations, habits, a memory
  • Talk about an anecdote
  • Talk about a work
  • Express your opinion/your motivation

This class is step 1 of 4 towards DELF B1 (Official French Examination), please check the curriculum here
If you're interested in getting formal recognition of your level, please look   here


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks

B1.3 Course

Regular Classes

Over two terms, the topics you will cover in this class are:

  • Talking about art and artists 
  • Giving your advice and your opinion
  • Talking about justice and the legal system
  • Understanding a radio program, a TV film clip and a testimony
  • Talking about obtaining French citizenship
  • Talk about the planet and the environment
  • Organise your speech  
  • Report a speech
  • Make propositions to improve a city
  • Talk about art in the city
  • Make a complaint
  • Talk about quantity

This class is step 3 of 4 towards DELF B1 (Official French Examination), please check the curriculum here
If you're interested in getting formal recognition of your level, please look   here


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks

Conversation Advanced Course

Conversation Groups

If you want to improve your spoken French, we’ll give you plenty of opportunities to participate in realistic French conversations in a relaxed atmosphere.

You’ll polish your French speaking skills through relevant and interesting discussion topics on French culture and contemporary issues as presented in authentic articles and videos from the French press.

As with all of our courses, they are conducted in French and run over 4 Term per year, each Term consisting of 18 hours.


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks
B2 Upper Advanced

B2 Course

Intensive Classes


Pace: 10 hours per week over 2 weeks
C1 Proficient

C1 Course

Regular Classes

​Please check the curriculum here


Pace: 2 hours per week over 10 weeks
A1 REFRESHER

Refresher A1

Pronunciation:
-L'intonation montante et descendante / Rising/Falling intonation
-La pronnonciation des verbes en ER / Pronunciation of verbs ending in "ER"
-Le e finale non pronnoncé et le é finale pronconcé / Unpronounced final "e" and pronounced final "é"
-La consonne finale non pronnoncée / Unpronounced final consonant
-L'éllision / Elision


Vocabulary:
Les loisirs et les sensation et emotions / Leisure activities. Sensations and emotions.

Grammar:
-Present (verbe en -er + auxiliaires) /  Present tense (verbs ending in -er + to be & to have)
-Verbes Irréguliers : aller, prendre, descendre, payer, faire, venir, pouvoir, vouloir / Irregular verbs - (to go, to take, to go down, to pay, to do, to come, to be able to/to can, to want)
-Le singulier et le pluriel / Singular and plural
-Les prépositions / Prepositions
-Le futur proche et le passé récent / The near future and recent past