Anuj provides a range of French courses to suit the needs of every student of the French language.


Prepares you for: This course will prepare you to take the exam of the Diplôme d’études en langue française (DELF), A1 level. It will also enable you to hold a short conversation in French in various everyday situations. The course is based on the communicative approach.

Topics Covered: Talking about yourself and others, preferences, family, leisure and activities like organizing a trip (accomodation, transport etc.); understanding directions; buying food and clothes; using numbers and time.

Grammar Topics: Present tense, basic future and past tense, articles, possessives, question, negative form.

By the end of the course you should be able to:

• Understand familiar names, words and very simple sentences
• Interact in a simple way like introducing yourself, expressing likes/dislikes, understanding directions and so on
• Write a short, simple postcard, for example sending holiday greetings
• Fill in forms with personal details, for example writing name, nationality and address on any registration form

Duration: 2 months covering 24-30 hours


Prepares you for: This course will prepare you to take the ‘Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française Diploma’ delivered by the French National Education Board. It certifies proficiency in French language. DELF A2 recognizes the linguistic competency of a basic user. At this level, the learner can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring the most common polite phrases and exchanges of information.

Topics Covered: Covers the four language skills that is Listening, Reading, writing, Speaking. This involves guided conversation, exchanging information and role play.

By the end of the course you should be able to:
• Understand and communicate related to areas of most immediate personal relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local area, employment)
• Easily grasp short, clear, simple messages and announcements
• Read very short, simple texts such as advertisements, prospectuses, menus and timetables
Duration: 3 months covering 36-40 hours

TCF for Quebec

Prepares you for: Taking Listening and Speaking examinations as per the individual’s requirements

Topics Covered:
Listening comprehension (30 questions).
Spoken expression (6 questions).
Grammar Topics: As per requirements

Duration: As per requirements


Prepares you for: The course assesses the candidate’s ability to recognize the type and origin of written documents, their purpose(s), the person(s) to whom they are addressed, the author’s intentions, etc.
Understand the contents of various authentic written documents, which represent the situations found in a daily environment. Find out the essential information and summaries it. Identify the overall organization and written/oral communication.
This test has 3 compulsory sub-tests (multiple choice questions), sent to Paris for correction:

Topics Covered:
Written Comprehension of 300 points
Oral Comprehension of 360 points
Vocabulary and Structure of 240 points
2 optional sub-tests:
Written Expression (sent to Paris for correction)
Oral Expression (assessed by the Alliance Française)
Grammar Topics: As per requirements

Duration: As per requirements


Prepares you for: This course is for school students from class 4 onwards.

Topics covered: Grammar, letter writing, test preparations, work sheets on real life situations. Provide personal attention as per individual needs. Every day, a new “savoir-faire”: asking questions, giving opinions, talking about one’s likings, telephoning, talking about one’s plans, etc. Documents and programs adapted every week according to the profiles of the students in group.

By the end of the course you should be able to:

• Cover the four language skills (speaking, writing, listening and reading).
• Help you grasp the basics. Learning the complexities of the language will come in time.

Currently Books used by various schools are:
(Méthode de français)
(Cahièrs d’excercises)