FSI Moré Course
What is the FSI Moré Basic course?
The FSI Moré Basic course consists of 48 units divided into three cycles. The first cycle consists of Units 1-15 and is designed to give students an overview of the language while teaching them some useful social expressions and presenting the basics of Moré grammar.
After that, the second cycle, Units 16-37, goes into more depth concerning the structure of the language while continuing to build students’ vocabulary.
Finally, the third cycle, made up of Units 38-48, consolidates everything learned in Cycles 1 and 2, giving you more chance to practice your conversation and comprehension skills.
Every unit of the course is accompanied by audio recordings, allowing you to master the pronunciation of Moré while also improving your listening.
How was FSI Moré Basic originally used?
FSI Moré Basic was originally created to give US diplomatic staff the necessary language skills before being sent to areas where Moré is spoken.
They would have studied this program intensively, attending around six hours of class per day, supplemented by a further two hours of personal study. In class, they spoke only Moré, and even outside of class, they were expected to speak Moré among themselves.
In this way, after completing the course, they were able to reach a relatively high level of proficiency in the language in a short amount of time.
How can you use FSI Moré Basic?
Although this course was designed for use with a teacher, you can also benefit greatly from this comprehensive free Moré course. Simply work through the units in order, listening to the dialogs, reading the explanations and practicing with the drills – adapting the materials to your needs and study style as you see fit.
You could use FSI Moré Basic as your main coursebook, but if you have other study materials, this course can also be used to supplement your learning.
Taking it further
However you choose to use these materials, you won’t be able to master Moré without practicing. For this reason, as soon as you feel confident, you should take your new Moré skills out into the real world to try them out.
Look for native Moré speakers to talk to and do everything you can to make using Moré a part of your daily life. Then, when you begin to do this, you will see how quickly you begin to make progress in this interesting but rarely studied language.
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