Fundamentals of French Writing Skills
The language of instruction is French
This three-day workshop focuses on writing well-structured sentences using appropriate verb tenses, prepositions and agreement rules, while avoiding common anglicisms. If you need to review essential French grammatical structures and vocabulary, we strongly suggest that you first register for the course Essentials of French Grammar.
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The program French Writing Skills for Anglophones provides excellent preparation for those wishing to take the Federal Government's French language proficiency tests.
Use of the subjunctive to convey a need, a wish or a possibility
Use of “si” to describe future projects, formulate hypotheses or describe conditions
Review of the agreement of past participles without and with an auxiliary verb
Agreement of past participles in the case of pronominal verbs
Use of the right prepositions
Widespread false cognates and other anglicisms to avoid in professional writing
Valuable writing tools (print and electronic)
- Those who are already familiar with the rudiments of French grammar and want to improve their French writing skills.
Catherine Mareschal, Ph.D., has solid experience teaching French writing skills to Francophones and Anglophones at colleges, universities, and government institutions. She delivers training for the program French Writing Skills for Anglophones, as well as for the workshops Français au travail I & II and Le mot juste for Francophones. A translator by training, Catherine provides translation and revision services to various health care and educational research institutions.
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