La plus important chose de français II, c'est quoi?
A mon avis, le français intermédiaire est pour pratiquer la formation des phrases et l'acquisition des nouveaux mots. In other words, the most important part of Intermediate French is to begin practicing the formation of sentences and the acquisition of new words (and grammar points)! This is the time after you've learned the basics and can begin building your language skills off of them!
Bonjour! What is the most critical thing to take away from Beginning French?
In my opinion, the most important thing to take away is a strong foundation in the building blocks of the language. That is, verb conjugations, every day vocabulary, and some specialized vocabulary. By the end of this course, you should know the subject nouns (je, tu, il/elle, nous, vous, ils/elles) and how to conjugate regular verbs (and some important irregulars, such as être).
What is the most common theme in Calculus I?
In my experience, Calculus I is primarily about understanding rates of change and how they can be applied to the real world, as well as simply mastering the techniques it takes to find these rates of change. Derivatives can be used simply as a way to prop up word problems, but it can also be applied to real world areas such as physics and chemistry! It takes a little bit of practice and a lot of thinking, but the techniques learned through this course are well used and trusted by professionals everywhere!