The course will provide the students the basic skills that will enable them to communicate in French.

It provides a complete explanation on grammatical usage with corresponding dialogues for every topic

introduced. The course is designed to develop the students’ competencies in several areas:

Pronunciation, Vocabulary, Grammar and Conversation.

Pronunciation helps the students acquire a more authentic accent.

Vocabulary will be acquired through active use of the words that the students will learn in every topic discussed.

Grammar introduces basic structures and grammatical points that will be needs in everyday situation.

Conversation deals with everyday situations such as introducing oneself and a colleague, expressing likes and dislikes, inviting someone, accepting and declining an invitation, etc. and provides an opportunity to practice the language.


Took up French language training at Centre International D’Etudes Françaises Universite Catholique de L’Quest Angers, France from March – July 1989.

She is currently teaching French Language for Hospitality Management and Tourism management students on a part time basis at Manila Tytana Colleges, South East Asia Institute of Trade and Technology and First Asia Institute of Technology & Humanities.

She is a member of Association Professor de Francais aux Philippines APFP (Association of French Teachers of the Philippines).

For two years, she taught at the Institute of Hospitality Management & Tourism of the Far Eastern University and three years at the Collage of International Relations of the Lyceum of the Philippines University.

She has also taught the French language to secondary students at Reedley International School. She has trained caregiver trainees at San Augustine School of Nursing.

She is also connected with language centers such as LVG Language Tutorial Center and MGGT Language Tutorial Center. At MGGT Language Tutorial Center, she has provided French language trainings for Tourism and Hopitality Management apprentice bound for European and North American countries.