Free Alliance Francaise online course for A1 A2 B1 - French Exam (2022)

Free Alliance Francaise online course for A1 A2 B1 - French Exam (1)

Alliance française, Paris Ile-de-France, is currently offering 3 free french online classes. These courses are for level A1, A2 and B1.

The aim of these courses is to not only teach French, but also to introduce French culture to newly arrived foreigners. So if you are want to live in France or already living in France as a student, immigrant, expatriate etc,these courses are for you.

These course are designed to help newcomers reach the A1, A2 and B1 levels of the European Reference Framework for Languages (CEFR). These 3 online courses aim to help them to be more independent in their daily life and their administrative procedures.

If you are currently putting together your application for the French Nationality or your 10 year French Residence Card, this is a french language learning course. This course, in addition to a good exam preparation guide, can help you attain level A2 for your residence card or B1 for your french nationality.

The collection, which is called «Vivre en France – Cours de français», was designed with the support of the Directorate General of Foreigners in France and in partnership with RFI. They are available on the FUN platform (France Digital University) until December 31, 2020. To access it, simply create an account on France Digital University and register.

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To access the collection «Vivre en France – Cours de français» just click on the link below :

https://www.fun-mooc.fr/universities/direction-generale-des-etrangers-en-france/

What to expect in these free online french courses:

The courses are offered in the form of videos, illustrations or audio content within different chapters called sequences. Each requires several hours of self-study before you can move on to the next sequence and reach the end of the program. You can navigate the course freely and choose to work first on the sequences and activities that interest you the most.

You are then evaluated by the FUN platform with a final online exam. You will be able to receive a certificate of completion if you have successfully finish the course.

These courses are accessible on your mobile phone, tablet or computer.

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(1) Free Alliance Francaise online course niveau débutant A1

About FUN-MOOC : Vivre en France niveau débutant A1

This first Alliance Francaise online course ” Vivre en France – Cours de français” target beginner at level A1. You will get 50 hours of French classes online, that is open to everyone and also free.

The lessons are structure in a way where you discover the French language with characters, namely: Ayssé, Peter, Maria, Rajan, Tania, Haroun and Yuta. All of whom are new to France and who will discover France and the french language with you. There are 17 sequences in this class. Each sequence represents 3 hours of independent learning with a different theme: everyday life, French culture, civic life or administrative procedures.

You can see the course introduction video below.

If you want to sign up and access this course directly, just click on the link below:

https://www.fun-mooc.fr/courses/course-v1:dgef-interieur+134003+session01/about

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Prerequisites this free online course

This course is for beginners in French: For those who have never studied French (or you have only taken a French course). This course targets A1 level objectives of the European Reference Framework for Languages.

Plan du cours

• Séquence 1 : « J’arrive en France »
• Séquence 2 : « Je me présente dans une administration »
• Séquence 3 : « Je décris mon quartier »
• Séquence 4 : « Je fais connaissance avec mes voisins »
• Séquence 5 : « Je fais les courses »
• Séquence 6 : « Je fais des achats »
• Séquence 7 : « J’organise un rendez-vous»
• Séquence 8 : « Je me loge »
• Séquence 9 : « Je voyage en France »
• Séquence 10 : « Je m’occupe de ma famille »
• Séquence 11 : « Je me soigne »
• Séquence 12 : « Je fais une demande administrative »
• Séquence 13 : « Je cherche un emploi »
• Séquence 14 : « Je me forme »
• Séquence 15 : « Je découvre la France »
• Séquence 16 : « Je fais des projets »
• Séquence 17 : « Evaluation finale »

(2) FUN-MOOC : Vivre en France niveau élémentaire A2

Prerequisites for this Alliance Francaise online course

This course is for people who have a beginner level in French: you have followed the MOOC “Living in France – A1 level”, you have obtained the level A1, or you have the equivalent of 80 to 100 hours of learning . This course aims at A2 level objectives of the European Reference Framework for Languages.

About the course

Although all courses can be completed separately, this course continues from where the first course ends. You will continue to follow Ayssé, Peter, Maria, Rajan, Tania, Haroun and Yuta who will accompany you in an experience to discover the French language and culture. There are 18 sequences in this course. For each sequence, count 4 hours of independent learning around a different theme: everyday life, French culture, civic life or administrative procedures.

To access this course directly follow the link below:

https://www.fun-mooc.fr/courses/course-v1:dgef-interieur+134001+session01/about

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Breakdown of the course:

Plan du cours
• Séquence 1 : « Prendre le métro »
• Séquence 2 : « Les commerces »
• Séquence 3 : « Négocier, marchander »
• Séquence 4 : « Les renseignements administratifs »
• Séquence 5 : « Consulter un médecin »
• Séquence 6 : « Acheter un médicament »
• Séquence 7 : « L’école »
• Séquence 8 : « La petite enfance »
• Séquence 9 : « Travailler en France »
• Séquence 10 : « Les loisirs culturels »
• Séquence 11 : « Le sport »
• Séquence 12 : « Les villes françaises »
• Séquence 13 : « Le logement »
• Séquence 14 : « La gastronomie française »
• Séquence 15 : « Les traditions culinaires »
• Séquence 16 : « L’apéro en terrasse »
• Séquence 17 : « Les boutiques ouvertes le dimanche »
• Séquence 18 : « Evaluation finale »

(3) FUN-MOOC : Vivre en France niveau B1

Prerequisites for this Alliance Francaise online course

This course is for people who have a basic level in French: you have followed the MOOC “Living in France – A2 level”, you have obtained the A2 level, or you have the equivalent of 180 to 200 hours of learning . This course aims at level B1 objectives of the European Reference Framework for Languages.

About the course

There are 22 sequences in this course. For each sequence, count 4 hours of autonomy learning around a different theme: everyday life, French culture, civic life and administrative procedures. To access this course directly, follow the link below:

https://www.fun-mooc.fr/courses/course-v1:dgef-interieur+134002+session01/about

Breakdown of the course:

Plan du cours
• Séquence 1 : « Se déplacer, découvrir une ville »
• Séquence 2 : « L’administration et les papiers »
• Séquence 3 : « L’organisation du système de santé »
• Séquence 4 : « Les services de santé »
• Séquence 5 : « Les principes de la République »
• Séquence 6 : « Droits et devoirs »
• Séquence 7 : « Les structures familiales »
• Séquence 8 : « La formation professionnelle »
• Séquence 9 : « Travailler en France »
• Séquence 10 : « Chercher un emploi avec le numérique »
• Séquence 11 : « Les grands rendez-vous culturels »
• Séquence 12 : « Faire du sport »
• Séquence 13 : « Villes, régions et département »
• Séquence 14 : « Villes et lieux de mémoire »
• Séquence 15 : « La nature dans la ville »
• Séquence 16 : « La laïcité »
• Séquence 17 : « Les spécialités régionales »
• Séquence 18 : « Apprécier les traditions culinaires »
• Séquence 19 : « Les sorties en famille »
• Séquence 20 : « Les cafés, les restos, les brasseries »
• Séquence 21 : « La mode »
• Séquence 22 : « Evaluation finale »

FAQs

How long does it take to finish A1 French? ›

LSF offers 5 levels of French based on the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages): Level A1 Discover the language: 90 hours/6 weeks.

What is the easiest way to learn French for free? ›

Here are a couple popular ways to learn French for free:
  1. Online courses, software, and apps.
  2. Language exchange/tandem learning with a native speaker.
  3. Media resources like podcasts, TV shows and movies.
  4. Library books and public resources.
  5. Immersion learning.

How can I learn French for free online? ›

Here are just a few websites that offer online French lessons at no cost:
  1. Coursera. MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) not only offer French language courses, but they also offer courses on other subjects in French. ...
  2. EdX. ...
  3. Learn with Oliver. ...
  4. BBC Languages. ...
  5. TV5 Monde. ...
  6. Class Central.

Which is the best online French course? ›

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  • Best Overall: Berlitz.
  • Best Budget: FrenchPod101.
  • Best for Kids and Teens: French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF)
  • Best Audio-Based: Rocket French.
  • Best Dialogue-Based: Babbel.
  • Best Immersion-Based: Rosetta Stone.
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