Not too easy. Not too difficult.
As long as you have taken French 105 and 106, I would recommend taking French 107 because this course is focused mainly on dialogue and how to turn those choppy sentences into a flowing conversation. The professor is very intuitive and she takes her time teaching so that the material is easy to understand and follow.
I have learned so much from this course that it is hard to condense all of it into this box. Transitioning from French 106, I have learned how to put the concepts learned in French 106 into a smooth flowing conversation so that now I feel as though if someone were to speak to me in French, I could respond with intelligent conversation. I feel as though being able to understand and have conversation is one of the key components in learning a language.
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Advice for students:
To succeed in this course, you need to come to class EVERYDAY. I can not stress that enough. Aside from doing the exercises in the workbook on daily basis, coming to class is key. You learn something new everyday and what you learned one day , you will need to know the next day to combine the material. To pass the exams, you have to study as much as possible and study with a partner so you can work on conversation