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What will I learn?

French is the most popular second language learned in the UK, and this home study IGCSE course will teach you its fundamentals in spoken and written form. Gaining this qualification will provide both practical benefits, in terms of being able to communicate more easily should you visit the country, and theoretical benefits, in that you’ll gain an understanding of how the language is constructed and get to know French culture. This course is for you if you are keen to learn French and have a little knowledge.

Topics include:
Unit 1: Home and school
Unit 2: Food, health and the media
Unit 3: Family and friends
Unit 4: Holidays and special occasions
Unit 5: Daily life
Unit 6: The environment
Unit 7: Customs, childhood and travel
Unit 8: The importance of sport
Unit 9: Accidents and injuries; the world of work
Unit 10: Communication

What do I need to know?

No previous knowledge is required for this course.

Awarding Body


Course info


GCSE or equivalent

Study Hours

Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode




Total time for completion

No time limit

More info on price

Payment by instalments available.

Who runs this course?




About NEC The National Extension College (NEC) provides the opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds to fit life-changing learning into their lives. Whether you’re looking to study in order to go onto further or higher education, change or advance your career or simply for enjoyment, NEC provides online distance learning courses which are of the very highest quality. Course materials are written by experts such as teachers and examiners and are available to you online 24/7 through learn@nec - our virtual learning environment and the gateway to the NEC community. You can study whenever and wherever you like. With tutor support from a qualified teacher and specialist in your chosen subject, NEC will make sure that you

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