International School of Languages

Language School  in Bethesda , MD

7906 Woodmont Avenue
Bethesda , MD , 20814
  • Language School in Bethesda, MD
  • Language School in Bethesda, MD
  • Language School in Bethesda, MD

International School of Languages

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ADULT CLASSES
ADULT MANDARIN CLASSES
ADULT FRENCH CLASSES
CHILDREN CLASSES
ADULT AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES
ADULT ARABIC CLASSES
ADULT GERMAN CLASSES
ADULT ITALIAN CLASSES
ADULT KOREAN CLASSES
ADULT PORTUGUESE CLASSES
ADULT RUSSIAN CLASSES
ADULT SPANISH CLASSES
Children FRENCH Classes
Children SPANISH Classes
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Children GERMAN Classes
Children MANDARIN Classes
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$468.00
13 Sessions
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FRENCH High Beginner 1.3
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
 
FRE-HI-BEG-1.3: THIRD part of the three-course long French High Beginner 1 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.

High Beginner 1 level description:
A great course for those who have completed French Beginner 3 level or similar.
Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the High Beginner 1 level:

COMMUNICATION: Say what sport you practice, talk about the future, give advice, express purpose, explain a decision, express the frequency, describe housing, understand an apartment listing, indicate a route, justify a choice, compare apartments, describe a situation in the past, make a description, make a comment about a past event, situate in time, indicate chronology, understand a biography.
GRAMMAR: Future tense, the hypothesis in the future, the imperative of pronominal verbs, the negative imperative, the verbs devoir, boire and falloir in the present, the cause, the goal, the present, depuis, the relative pronouns qui and que, the comparative, the superlative, the imperfect, the past tense, s’installer with the past, the timeline (avant de + infinitif; après + determinant + nom).
VOCABULARY: Nutrition, sports, the well-being, health, personal commitment, the internet, the cardinal points, real estate, furniture, equipment, approbation, the appreciative comment, the street show, art, the madness, the biography.

Next level: French High-Beginner 2 or greater.

 
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
Days
Mon
Time
11:00 - 12:30pm
$468.00
11 Sessions
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DEMO EVENT
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 31, 2021
 

DEMO DESCRIPTION

  
Schedule
Date
Apr 26, 2021 - Jun 5, 2021
Days
Sat
Time
1:00 - 2:30pm
Date
Jun 13, 2021 - Jun 19, 2021
Days
Wed
Time
1:00 - 2:30pm
Date
Jun 26, 2021
Days
Sat
Time
1:00 - 2:30pm
Date
Jul 10, 2021 - Jul 31, 2021
Days
Sat
Time
1:00 - 2:30pm
$504.00
13 Sessions
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FRENCH Beginner 1
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
 
FRE-BEG-1. FIRST part of the three-course long French Beginner 1 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in the tuition.

Beginner 1 level description:
A great course for those who have never had any French or those who would like to start their studies over from scratch. Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Beginner 1 level:

COMMUNICATION: Ask and say name, recognize singular and plural, introduce yourself: age, family, profession. Give a date, languages spoken, place of birth, where you live, ask phone numbers.
GRAMMAR: Personal pronouns, s’appeler in present, the pronoun moi, the definite article, the indefinite article, gender, number, être/avoir in present, prepositions (en, au, aux, names of countries, verbs ending in -er in present, the possessive adjective in singular, appeler/s’appeler.
VOCABULARY: Introductions, family, professions, nationalities, numbers, alphabet, languages.

Next level: French Beginner 1.2 or greater.

 
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
Days
Mon
Time
5:00 - 6:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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French High Beginner 1
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
 
FRE-HI-BEG-1: FIRST part of the three-course long French High Beginner 1 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.

High Beginner 1 level description:
A great course for those who have completed French Beginner 3 level or similar.
Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the High Beginner 1 level:

COMMUNICATION: Say what sport you practice, talk about the future, give advice, express purpose, explain a decision, express the frequency, describe housing, understand an apartment listing, indicate a route, justify a choice, compare apartments, describe a situation in the past, make a description, make a comment about a past event, situate in time, indicate chronology, understand a biography.
GRAMMAR: Future tense, the hypothesis in the future, the imperative of pronominal verbs, the negative imperative, the verbs devoir, boire and falloir in the present, the cause, the goal, the present, depuis, the relative pronouns qui and que, the comparative, the superlative, the imperfect, the past tense, s’installer with the past, the timeline (avant de + infinitif; après + determinant + nom).

VOCABULARY: Nutrition, sports, the well-being, health, personal commitment, the internet, the cardinal points, real estate, furniture, equipment, approbation, the appreciative comment, the street show, art, the madness, the biography.

Next level: French High-Beginner 1.2 or greater.

  
Schedule
Date
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
Staff
Days
Mon
Time
6:00 - 7:30pm
$432.00
13 Sessions
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FARSI Beginner 3.2
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
 
FAR-BEG-3.2. The SECOND part of the two-course long Farsi Beginner 3 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in the tuition.

Beginner 3 level description:
A great course for those who have completed Farsi Beginner-2.2 level or similar.
Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Beginner 3 level:

COMMUNICATION: Taking about the price of products, using shopping-related terms, describing products, expressing quantities, negotiating price, giving commands, take-in about what to do or have to do.
GRAMMAR: Imperative, subjective, subjunctive as an independent verb, subjunctive vs. simple present, subjunctive vs. imperative.
VOCABULARY: Shopping-related words, clothes, technology-related words, health-related words, places for shopping.

Next level: Farsi High-Beginner-1 or greater.

 
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
Days
Mon
Time
6:00 - 7:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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FRENCH Intermediate 1
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
 
FRE-INT-1. FIRTS part of the three-course long French Intermediate 1 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.

 

Intermediate 1 level description:
A great course for those who have completed French High-Beginner 3 level or similar.
Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Intermediate 1 level:

COMMUNICATION: Explain how we get organized at work, presenting one’s profession or what we would like to do, textisms and our opinion about them, French textisms, write a newspaper’s column about language learning, create a comic book, send a tweet to a program, present a program, give your opinion about the work of a journalist, write an article, talk about the relationship with the media, write a text about an art exposition, write a biography of a photographer, write a poem, imagine some traveling activities, give your opinion about eco-solidarity trips, create a questionary for investigation, tell a memory of a journey.
GRAMMAR: The comparatives, the relative pronouns, the organization of ideas, the expression of cause, future, indicators of future, conditional present, expressions of obligation, values of the subjunctive, the gerund, the times of a story, the plus-que-parfait, the demonstrative pronouns.
VOCABULARY: Organization, stress, apprenticeship, pleasure, work, studies, sociology, economy, the languages, the explanations, money, school, television, journalism, expositions, art, feelings, biographies, emotions, movement, music, traveling, satisfaction, imagination, actions, expressions, tourism, solidarity.


Next level: French High-Intermediate 1.2 or greater.

 
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
Days
Mon
Time
6:00 - 7:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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RUSSIAN Beginner 1.3
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
 
RUS-BEG-1.3. THIRD part of the three-course long Russian Beginner 1 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.

Beginner 1.3 level description:
A great course for those who have completed Russian Beginner 1 or have some minimal experience with Russian. Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Beginner 1 level:

GRAMMAR: Phonetics, alphabet, reading rules, nouns, gender, personal pronouns, present tense, accusative case, plural nouns, possessive pronouns, irregular verbs, irregular plural, past tense, adverbs, prepositions, accusative case, numerals, numbers, adjectives nominative singular.
VOCABULARY: Greetings, professions, hobbies, cities, personal information, what do you like to do, how to learn languages, personal belongings, family, countries and cities, leisure, interests, nature, climate, weather, seasons and months.

Next level: Russian High Beginner 1 or greater.

  
Schedule
Date
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
Days
Mon
Time
6:00 - 7:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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GERMAN Beginner 1
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
 
GER-BEG-1. FIRST part of the three-course long German Beginner 1 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in the tuition.

Beginner 1 level description:
A great course for those who have never had any German or those who would like to start their studies over from scratch. Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Beginner 1 level:

COMMUNICATION: Greet and stay goodbye, introduce yourself and others, provide personal information, polite you, spelling words, counting to 100, talk about conditions, officials introduce someone, tell your occupation, talk about work, understand a schedule, talk about daily routine, identify a problem, talk about family, state your nationality and language, tell the time, weekend activities to plan, express desire, arrange to meet,

VOCABULARY: Names of persons, countries, continents, numbers from 1-100, alphabet, sounds with definite article, verbs in present tense, W-questions and statements, days of the week, professions, places of work, activities, times of the day, days of the week, the verb to have, yes/no questions, verbs in present tense.

Next level: German Beginner 1.2 or greater.

  
Schedule
Date
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
Days
Mon
Time
6:30 - 8:00pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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JAPANESE Intermediate 3
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
    
Schedule
Date
Apr 26, 2021 - Jul 19, 2021
Staff
Days
Mon
Time
7:00 - 8:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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Arabic Beginner 1
Apr 27, 2021 - Jul 20, 2021
 
ARA-BEG-1. Part of the three-course long Arabic Beginner sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in the tuition.

Beginner 1 level description: A great course for those who have not studied any Arabic or those who would like to start their studies over from scratch. Students will learn the building blocks of Arabic grammar and vocabulary in order to ask and give personal information, express intentions, describe places, and talk about hobbies and personal preferences.
 
Next level: Arabic Beginner 1.2 or greater.
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 27, 2021 - Jul 20, 2021
Days
Tue
Time
11:00 - 12:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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PORTUGUESE Intermediate 1
Apr 27, 2021 - Jul 20, 2021
 
This class is for students who can express themselves fluently and spontaneously in Portuguese without much obvious searching for expressions. The class will focus on honing these abilities with grammar exercises and additional conversational and written practice.
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 27, 2021 - Jul 20, 2021
Days
Tue
Time
4:00 - 5:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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Japanese Beginner 1
Apr 27, 2021 - Jul 20, 2021
 
JPN-BEG-1. FIRST part of the three-course long Japanese Beginner 1 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.

Beginner 1 level description:
A great course for those who have never had any Japanese or those who would like to start their studies over from scratch. Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Beginner 1 level:

COMMUNICATION: Introducing yourself, asking people their names and what they do, asking/telling people times, phone numbers, etc., asking and answering how much things cost, going shopping, ordering food in a restaurant, talking about daily activities and customs, extending invitations, accepting and refusing invitations, asking and describing where things are, talking about things that happened in the past, talking about habitual actions in the past.

Next level: Japanese Beginner 1.2 or greater.

  
Schedule
Date
Apr 27, 2021 - Jul 20, 2021
Staff
Days
Tue
Time
5:00 - 6:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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PORTUGUESE Advanced 2.2
Apr 27, 2021 - Jul 20, 2021
    
Schedule
Date
Apr 27, 2021 - Jul 20, 2021
Days
Tue
Time
5:30 - 7:00pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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MANDARIN Beginner 1
Apr 27, 2021 - Jul 20, 2021
 
CMN-BEG-1. FIRST part of the three-course long Mandarin Beginner 1 sequence.
An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in the tuition.

Beginner 1 level description:A great course for those who have never had any Mandarin Chinese or those who would like to start their studies over from scratch.

Objective: The course is to provide students the most basic skills in studying Mandarin; to understand the differences between traditional and simplified characters and the benefits and disadvantages of both, to master the pronunciation,

Learning Outcome: Upon completion of this course, students will be ounce Mandarin correctly, including tones, read and write around 100 word introduce oneself or others, exchange greetings, ask about someone's nationality, talk about family members, ask about someone's profession, express time, dates and age, arrange a date or an appointment, and invite someone to a dinner or movie.

Topics: Chinese pronunciation system, surnames and full names, basic and ordinal numbers, particles — de ma ne, nationalities, greetings and introductions, measure words, question pronouns, dates and time.

Next Level: Mandarin Beginner 1.2 or greater.

  
Schedule
Date
Apr 27, 2021 - Jul 20, 2021
Staff
Days
Tue
Time
6:00 - 7:30pm
$624.00
13 Sessions
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French Advanced 2
Apr 28, 2021 - Jul 21, 2021
    
Schedule
Date
Apr 28, 2021 - Jul 21, 2021
Days
Wed
Time
1:00 - 3:00pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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PORTUGUESE Beginner 1
Apr 28, 2021 - Jul 21, 2021
 
POR-BEG-1. FIRST part of the three-course long Portuguese Beginner 1 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.

Beginner 1 level description:
A great course for those who have never had any Portuguese or those who would like to start their studies over from scratch.

Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Beginner 1 level:

COMMUNICATION: Personal information, greeting people, talk about the weather, tell the time.
GRAMMAR: Gender, articles, possessive pronouns, interrogative pronouns, prepositions, verb “ser”, verb “estar”, verb “ter”.
VOCABULARY: Professions, nationalities and religions, family, seasons, days of the week, cardinal numbers, money, months.

Next level: Spanish Beginner 1.2 or greater.

  
Schedule
Date
Apr 28, 2021 - Jul 21, 2021
Days
Wed
Time
4:30 - 6:00pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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FARSI Beginner 1
Apr 28, 2021 - Jul 21, 2021
 
 
FAR-BEG-1. FIRST part of the two-course long Farsi Beginner 1 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.

Beginner 1 level description: A great course for those who have never had any Farsi or those who would like to start their studies over from scratch. Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Beginner 1 level:

COMMUNICATION: Greetings and farewells, introducing yourself, using written and spoken forms, using formal and informal forms, asking yes/no questions, talking about your nationality, hometown and profession, describing people and things, talking about family, your courses, your age, identifying class objects and people, expressing like, dislikes needs, and possession, counting and calculating.
GRAMMAR: Present tense of “to be”, pronounds, verb agreement, sentence structure, stress & intonation, the Ezāfe construction, present tense of “to have”, conjunction with va, demonstrative pronouns, nouns: specific, non-specific & generic, specific direct object marker, possessive pronouns with māl.
VOCABULARY: Greetings words and phrases, farewell words and phrases, nationalities, hometowns, professions, adjectives, family members, fields of study, class subjects, numbers (1-100), age-related words, arithmetic words.

Next level: Farsi Beginner 1.2 or greater.

  
Schedule
Date
Apr 28, 2021 - Jul 21, 2021
Days
Wed
Time
6:00 - 7:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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SPANISH High Beginner 3
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
 
SPA-HIGH-BEG-3. FIRST part of the three-course long Spanish High Beginner 3 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.

High Beginner 3 level description:
A great course for those who have completed Spanish High Beginner 2 level or similar. Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the High Beginner 3 level:

COMMUNICATION: Talk about experiences and value them, value people and things, express desire of doing something, give advise, talk about feelings, describe pain and symptoms, talk about habits and circumstances of the past, locate actions in the past and in the present, argue and debate, tell an event in the past, sequence actions, express emotions.

GRAMMAR: Uses of the preterit perfect and preterite, me/te/le/no/os/les gustaría + indefinite, exclamative sentences, uses of the verbs ser and estar, verb doler, form and some uses of the affirmative imperative, imperfect tense, ya no/todavía, temporary markers for the past, temporary markers for the present, irregular forms for the preterit, contrast between the preterit and the imperfect, forms of the past of estar +gerund, temporary markers to tell stories

VOCABULARY: Parecer, caer bien/mal, pasárselo bien/mal, places of interest and cultural offers, parts of the body, feelings, illness and symptoms, trips, historical eras, life cycles, historical events, emotions.

Next level: Spanish High Beginner 3.2 or greater.

  
Schedule
Date
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
Days
Thu
Time
9:30 - 11:00am
$468.00
13 Sessions
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MANDARIN Beginner 1
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
 
CMN-BEG-1. FIRST part of the three-course long Mandarin Beginner 1 sequence.
An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in the tuition.

Beginner 1 level description:A great course for those who have never had any Mandarin Chinese or those who would like to start their studies over from scratch.

Objective: The course is to provide students the most basic skills in studying Mandarin; to understand the differences between traditional and simplified characters and the benefits and disadvantages of both, to master the pronunciation,

Learning Outcome: Upon completion of this course, students will be ounce Mandarin correctly, including tones, read and write around 100 word introduce oneself or others, exchange greetings, ask about someone's nationality, talk about family members, ask about someone's profession, express time, dates and age, arrange a date or an appointment, and invite someone to a dinner or movie.

Topics: Chinese pronunciation system, surnames and full names, basic and ordinal numbers, particles — de ma ne, nationalities, greetings and introductions, measure words, question pronouns, dates and time.

Next Level: Mandarin Beginner 1.2 or greater.

  
Schedule
Date
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
Staff
Days
Thu
Time
10:00 - 11:30am
$468.00
13 Sessions
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Mandarin High Beginner 1.3
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
 
CMN-HI-BEG-1.3. THIRD part of the three-course long Mandarin High-Beginner 1 sequence.
An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.

High-Beginner 1 level description: A great course for those who have completed Mandarin Beginner 3 level or similar.

Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the High-Beginner 1 level:

Objective: To comprehend and compose more complex sentences; to study etymology of basic characters; to converse with much advanced vocabularies and be understood by interlocutors who accustomed to dealing with non-natives.
Learning Outcome: Upon completion of this course, students can expect to compose complete paragraphs, apply sophisticated vocabulary and construct compound-complex sentences. Students should also be able to talk about climate and the weather, order dishes and drinks in a restaurant, ask for and give directions, make suggestions, describe durations of time, describe someone's appearance, and talk about common illnesses with a doctor.
Topics: Weather patterns, complex comparison structures, ordering Chinese dishes, partially agree or disagree with others, reduplication of adjectives and verbs, action in progress, verbal phrases and subject-predicate phrases used as attributives, time duration, describe a past tense action, (ba) construction, location adverbs.

Next Level: Mandarin High-Beginner 2 or greater.

 
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
Staff
Days
Thu
Time
5:00 - 6:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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SPANISH Intermediate 2
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
 
SPA-INT-2. FIRST part of the three-course long Spanish Intermediate 2 sequence.
 
An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.
 
Intermediate 2 level description:
A great course for those who have completed Spanish Intermediate 1 level or similar. Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the end of the Intermediate 2 level:
 
COMMUNICATION: Recommend and give advice, describe an advertisement, express desires and needs, propose solutions, write a letter to report a problem, talk on the phone, take and leave messages on the phone, relay messages, relay orders, petitions and advice, resources to tell anecdotes, resources to show interest when listening to a story, talk about causes and consequences.
GRAMMAR: Forms and uses of the imperative, position of reflexive pronouns, subjunctive, propose solutions: debemos/tenemos que/se debe/deberían, etc. , indirect style: me ha dicho que…, some connectors to talk about cause and consequences, pluperfect, combining tenses when telling a story: Preterit, imperfect, pluperfect… VOCABULARY: Advertising: values and elements, home chores, politics, society, education, types of messages, trips, types of tourism.
 
Next level: Spanish Intermediate 2.2 or greater.
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
Days
Thu
Time
5:00 - 6:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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PORTUGUESE Beginner 2
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
 
POR-BEG-2. Part of the three-course long Portuguese Beginner sequence. (POR-BEG-1, Portuguese level A1.1, or similar to join class.)

An all-adults class.

Come learn Brazilian Portuguese – a language on the rise in the world economy, with a rich cultural and global history. This is a great course for those who have never studied Portuguese or those who would like to start their studies over from scratch. Students will learn the building blocks of grammar and vocabulary in order to ask and give personal information, express intentions, describe places, and talk about hobbies and personal preferences.
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
Days
Thu
Time
5:30 - 7:00pm
$504.00
13 Sessions
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RUSSIAN Beginner 3
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
 
RUSS-BEG-3. FIRST part of the three-course long Russian Beginner 3 sequence.
An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in the tuition.

Beginner 3 level description:
A great course for those who have completed Russian Beginner 2 level or similar.
Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Beginner 3 level:

COMMUNICATION:

GRAMMAR:

VOCABULARY:

Next level: Russian Beginner 3.2 or greater.

 
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
Days
Thu
Time
6:00 - 7:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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FRENCH Intermediate 1
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
 
FRE-INT-1. FIRTS part of the three-course long French Intermediate 1 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.

 

Intermediate 1 level description:
A great course for those who have completed French High-Beginner 3 level or similar.
Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Intermediate 1 level:

COMMUNICATION: Explain how we get organized at work, presenting one’s profession or what we would like to do, textisms and our opinion about them, French textisms, write a newspaper’s column about language learning, create a comic book, send a tweet to a program, present a program, give your opinion about the work of a journalist, write an article, talk about the relationship with the media, write a text about an art exposition, write a biography of a photographer, write a poem, imagine some traveling activities, give your opinion about eco-solidarity trips, create a questionary for investigation, tell a memory of a journey.
GRAMMAR: The comparatives, the relative pronouns, the organization of ideas, the expression of cause, future, indicators of future, conditional present, expressions of obligation, values of the subjunctive, the gerund, the times of a story, the plus-que-parfait, the demonstrative pronouns.
VOCABULARY: Organization, stress, apprenticeship, pleasure, work, studies, sociology, economy, the languages, the explanations, money, school, television, journalism, expositions, art, feelings, biographies, emotions, movement, music, traveling, satisfaction, imagination, actions, expressions, tourism, solidarity.


Next level: French High-Intermediate 1.2 or greater.

 
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 29, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021
Staff
Days
Thu
Time
7:00 - 8:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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Spanish High Beginner- 1.2
Apr 30, 2021 - Jul 23, 2021
 
SPA-HIGH-BEG-1.2. SECOND part of the three-course long Spanish High Beginner 1 sequence.
 
An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.
 
High Beginner 1 level description:
A great course for those who have completed Spanish Beginner 3 level or similar. Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the High Beginner 1 level:
 
COMMUNICATION: Talk about habits and difficulties, duration, make recommendations, describe feelings, motivation, talk and relate past events, express likes and preferences, coincidence, location of objects, describe a house and objects.
GRAMMAR: Present of regular verbs and irregular verbs, reflexive verbs, form and use of the preterit, markers to express the past, preposition desde, durante y hasta, comparatives, possessive pronouns, prepositions of location, possessive pronouns, uses of ser and estar, verbs gustar, encantar, preferir.
VOCABULARY: sentirse ridículo/-a, seguro/-a, inseguro/-a, professions, alphabet, movies, biographies, types of houses, parts of the house and materials.
 
Next level: Spanish High Beginner 1.3 or greater.
 
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 30, 2021 - Jul 23, 2021
Days
Fri
Time
10:00 - 11:30am
$468.00
13 Sessions
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KOREAN Beginner 1.2
Apr 30, 2021 - Jul 23, 2021
    
Schedule
Date
Apr 30, 2021 - Jul 23, 2021
Staff
Days
Fri
Time
3:00 - 4:30pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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ITALIAN Beginner 1
Apr 30, 2021 - Jul 23, 2021
 
ITA-BEG-1. Part of the three-course long Italian Beginner 1sequence.

An all-adults class.

Materials are not included in tuition.

Beginner-1 level description:

A great course for those who have not studied any Italian or those who would like to start their studies over from scratch. Students will learn the building blocks of Italian grammar and vocabulary in order to ask and give personal information, express intentions, describe places, and talk about hobbies and personal preferences.

Next Level: Italian Beginner 1.2 or greater.

 
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 30, 2021 - Jul 23, 2021
Staff
Days
Fri
Time
4:00 - 5:30pm
$504.00
13 Sessions
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MANDARIN High Beginner 1.2
Apr 30, 2021 - Jul 23, 2021
 
CMN-HI-BEG-1.2. SECOND part of the three-course long Mandarin High-Beginner 1 sequence.
An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in the tuition.

High-Beginner 1 level description: A great course for those who have completed Mandarin Beginner 3 level or similar.

Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the High-Beginner 1 level:

Objective: To comprehend and compose more complex sentences; to study etymology of basic characters; to converse with much advanced vocabularies and be understood by interlocutors who accustomed to dealing with non-natives.
Learning Outcome: Upon completion of this course, students can expect to compose complete paragraphs, apply sophisticated vocabulary and construct compound-complex sentences. Students should also be able to talk about climate and the weather, order dishes and drinks in a restaurant, ask for and give directions, make suggestions, describe durations of time, describe someone's appearance, and talk about common illnesses with a doctor.
Topics: Weather patterns, complex comparison structures, ordering Chinese dishes, partially agree or disagree with others, reduplication of adjectives and verbs, action in progress, verbal phrases and subject-predicate phrases used as attributives, time duration, describe a past tense action, (ba) construction, location adverbs.

Next Level: Mandarin High-Beginner 1.3 or greater.

 
  
Schedule
Date
Apr 30, 2021 - Jul 23, 2021
Staff
Days
Fri
Time
6:00 - 7:30pm
$504.00
13 Sessions
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FRENCH Beginner 1
May 1, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
 
FRE-BEG-1. FIRST part of the three-course long French Beginner 1 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in the tuition.

Beginner 1 level description:
A great course for those who have never had any French or those who would like to start their studies over from scratch. Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Beginner 1 level:

COMMUNICATION: Ask and say name, recognize singular and plural, introduce yourself: age, family, profession. Give a date, languages spoken, place of birth, where you live, ask phone numbers.
GRAMMAR: Personal pronouns, s’appeler in present, the pronoun moi, the definite article, the indefinite article, gender, number, être/avoir in present, prepositions (en, au, aux, names of countries, verbs ending in -er in present, the possessive adjective in singular, appeler/s’appeler.
VOCABULARY: Introductions, family, professions, nationalities, numbers, alphabet, languages.

Next level: French Beginner 1.2 or greater.

 
  
Schedule
Date
May 1, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
Days
Sat
Time
9:00 - 10:30am
$468.00
13 Sessions
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SPANISH Beginner 2.2
May 1, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
 
SPA-BEG-2.2. SECOND part of the three-course long Spanish Beginner 2 sequence.
 
An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.
 
Beginner 2 level description:
A great course for those who have completed Spanish Beginner 1 level or similar. Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Beginner 2 level:
 
COMMUNICATION: Identify objects, express need, talk about preferences, appearance and character, express likes and dislikes, ask about preferences, personal relations and habits, express frequency and say the time.
GRAMMAR: Demonstratives, el/la/los/las + adjective, tener que + infinitive, verbs ir, preferir, gustar, possessive, present tense of irregular verbs, reflexive verbs, cardinal numbers.
VOCABULARY: Numbers from 100, colors, clothing, common daily objects, family, adjectives of personality, music, days of the week, parts of the day, daily activities.
 
Next level: Spanish Beginner 2.3. OR greater.
  
Schedule
Date
May 1, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
Days
Sat
Time
10:00 - 11:30am
$468.00
13 Sessions
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FRENCH Intermediate 1
May 1, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
 
FRE-INT-1. FIRTS part of the three-course long French Intermediate 1 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.

 

Intermediate 1 level description:
A great course for those who have completed French High-Beginner 3 level or similar.
Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the Intermediate 1 level:

COMMUNICATION: Explain how we get organized at work, presenting one’s profession or what we would like to do, textisms and our opinion about them, French textisms, write a newspaper’s column about language learning, create a comic book, send a tweet to a program, present a program, give your opinion about the work of a journalist, write an article, talk about the relationship with the media, write a text about an art exposition, write a biography of a photographer, write a poem, imagine some traveling activities, give your opinion about eco-solidarity trips, create a questionary for investigation, tell a memory of a journey.
GRAMMAR: The comparatives, the relative pronouns, the organization of ideas, the expression of cause, future, indicators of future, conditional present, expressions of obligation, values of the subjunctive, the gerund, the times of a story, the plus-que-parfait, the demonstrative pronouns.
VOCABULARY: Organization, stress, apprenticeship, pleasure, work, studies, sociology, economy, the languages, the explanations, money, school, television, journalism, expositions, art, feelings, biographies, emotions, movement, music, traveling, satisfaction, imagination, actions, expressions, tourism, solidarity.


Next level: French High-Intermediate 1.2 or greater.

 
  
Schedule
Date
May 1, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
Staff
Days
Sat
Time
10:00 - 11:30am
$468.00
13 Sessions
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AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Beginner 1
May 1, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
 
ASL-BEG-1. FIRST part of the three-course long ASL Beginner 1 sequence.
An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in the tuition.
 
Beginner 1 level description: “Getting to know you” Signers will learn how to ask/give names, numbers, spell names, express pleasure in meeting, ask/tell what’s is different, identify others, give instructions to draw, give/follow commands, follow instructions, get another person’s attention.
 
Next level: ASL-Beginner 1.2 or greater.
 
  
Schedule
Date
May 1, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
Staff
Days
Sat
Time
10:00 - 11:30am
$624.00
13 Sessions
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Spanish Advanced 2
May 1, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
    
Schedule
Date
May 1, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
Days
Sat
Time
12:00 - 2:00pm
$468.00
13 Sessions
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French Beginner 2.3
May 1, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
 
FRE-HI-BEG-2.3: THIRD part of the three-course long French High Beginner 2 sequence.

An all-adults class.
Materials are not included in tuition.

High Beginner 2 level description:
A great course for those who have completed French High-Beginner 1 level or similar.
Here is a summary of what students will learn by the end of the High Beginner 2 level:

COMMUNICATION: Talk about lifestyle changes, express tastes, announce news (good or bad), present a problem and give solutions, give an opinion, qualify an action, avoid repetition, give advise, give an opinion, express certainties, express wishes, characterize a place, describe living environment.
GRAMMAR: The past tense and the imperfect, Il y a - pendant, Ce que… c’est / Ce qui… c’est, the recent past, the cause, the consequence, the plural of -al words, Penser que / Trouver que + indicative verb, COD and COI pronouns, adverbs of manner in -ment, the imperative + pronoun complement, the present subjunctive for regular verbs and irregular verbs, the conditional, the complement pronoun “y”, the relative pronoun “où”.
VOCABULARY: Professional careers, change, hobbies, expressions, protection of the environment, animals, nature, attitude, work, tasks, outfits, behavior, legality, at work, at home, housing, decoration, furniture, kitchen.

Next level: French High-Beginner 3 or greater.

 
  
Schedule
Date
May 1, 2021 - Jul 24, 2021
Staff
Days
Sat
Time
1:00 - 2:30pm