French: Past & Near Future Tense

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Key takeaways
Greater confidence when saying what you want to do and are going to do.
You will be able to form sentences starting je vais or je veux.
Some practise in speaking French
Robin Sedman-SmithHost: I currently teach French in a school in Shropshire and am learning Spanish. I lived in Germany for two years, and spent 13 years teaching German in a grammar school where I still work as a boarding tutor.

In this class students will practise talking about what they do regularly using the present tense and what they are going to do using the near future. They will then take part in an interactive conversation, imagining their plan to be a successful Youtuber.

This is a fantastic class to practise speaking in tenses and discussing your hopes and dreams for the future. 

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Suitable for:

This class is suitable for anyone studying French in their second year all the way up to GCSE level. 

Class requirements:
You will need a laptop or device with internet connection to watch the class, as well as a pen and notepad for taking notes.
What to expect:

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