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Term 1 2020


Beginners Auslan

In this class you will learn the basics to help youIn this class you will learn the basics to help youcommunicate with Deaf and Hearing Impaired people.During these practical and fun classes you will learn howto fingerspell, develop a vocabulary of basic conversationalsigns; learn how to structure a sentence and more. Youneed to have completed 1 term to join this class.

Time & Date Wednesdays 6.30pm from 5th February
Fees 8x 1hr 30min sessions - $130
Tutor Tina Birch

Italian for Beginners T3

Italian for Beginners T3This course is suitable for beginners who have done twoterms of Italian and would like to further their knowledgeof the language. Participants enrolling in this coursehave the option of continuing with their Italian to achievea higher level of proficiency and fluency.The learning of any language involves listening,speaking, reading and writing; all four of these strandswill be incorporated in this course. Participants willengage in interactive activities to practise these skills.Grammar is covered appropriate to each level. Lessonsare delivered in a learner friendly manner.

Time & Date Wednesdays 5pm from 5th February
Fees 8x 1.5 hr sessions - $130
Tutor Maria Sestito

Italian For Absolute Beginners

Designed for those who want to learn Italian for thefirst time, this course enables them to understand thelanguage patterns and learn the essential vocabulary inorder to interact in real life situations. No priorknowledge required.

Time & Date Wednesdays 7pm from 5th February
Fees 8x 1.5 hr sessions - $130
Tutor Maria Sestito

Intermediate Italian T1

This course continues on from Italian for beginners T4which students must have completed to join this class.

Time & Date Tuesdays 7pm from 4th February
Fees 8x 1.5hr sessions - $130
Tutor Maria Sestito

Basic ‘Survival’ French For Travellers

Are you going for a holiday in France and would you like to get by with very basic and simple French? Then this class is for you! The course will cover the very basics you will need to know to make your holiday much more enjoyable: how to pronounce the French alphabet (and why), how to count to 100, the gender of words and their definite/indefinite articles, negation, the use of ‘tu’ and ‘vous’, greetings, telling the time, courtesy phrases, how to ask questions and more... We will be focusing on very basic and essential grammar, as well as on pronunciation and basic vocabulary for lots of situations/locations.This is not a French Conversation course but a ‘survival French’ for those who want to feel empowered with a very basic command of French while travelling through France.The class will be run by a native Frenchman.

Time & Date Thursdays 6pm from 30th January
Fees 9x 1.5 hr sessions - $146
Tutor Serge Botans