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Once you fall in love with French Canadian language and culture, there’s no going back. These Canadian-dwelling Francophones will ignite your passion for Québécois through distinctive cuisine like poutine and tourtière, European charm, and beautiful cityscapes that beckon Québec’s unique historical past. Visit the Promenade Samuel-De Champlain overlooking the St. Lawrence River, and wander the cobblestone streets of downtown Québec, stopping in boutiques, galleries, and restaurants. Greet the locals as you walk along by saying, Bonne journée! (Have a good day!).

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People

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  • Who Are You?
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    People

    Who Are You?

    • Greet Others and Bid Them Farewell
    • Introduce Yourself Formally
    • Meet New People
    • Get Familiar with the Pronouns for "I" je and moi
    • Identify Subject Pronouns
    • Use the Pronoun On
  • We are Family
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    People

    We are Family

    • Ask Questions Regarding Familial Relationships
    • Describe Someone in Relation to Family Members
    • Introduce Someone Else
    • Distinguish Vous from Tu
    • Form Yes/No Questions
    • Learn the Indefinite Article in the Singular
    • Use Possessive Adjectives
  • Getting to Know You
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    People

    Getting to Know You

    • Articulate Feelings
    • Describe Physical Characteristics
    • Express Interest
    • Inquire About a Stranger
    • Form the Near Future
    • Learn the Present Tense of Verbs Ending in -er
    • Practice Possessive Adjectives
    • Practice the Indefinite Articles
  • There’s No Place Like Home
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    There’s No Place Like Home

    • Explain That You Are a Non-native Speaker
    • Explain Where You Are From
    • Identify Languages and Countries
    • Inquire About Someone’s Ability to Speak a Language
    • Be Introduced to the Definite Article
    • Form Contractions with De and the Definite Article
    • Practice the 2nd Person Plural - Polite Form
  • Where did you go to School?
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    Where did you go to School?

    • Discuss the Merits of a School
    • Inquire About Programs
    • Form the Past Tense
    • Learn How to Use être and avoir
    • Use the Demonstrative Adjective Ce

Travel

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Activities

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Places

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