Adults courses  – spring 2020

 Our adult lessons start from April 6, online until further notice. You will follow your usual course in the comfort of your living room. To thank you for your trust in this difficult period, we are offering a 10% discount on our courses until April 18.

Following the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, we offer all levels (from A1 to C2) of French group courses and conversation classes.

We work in small groups (4 to 8 people max). It is not a traditional class setting, you will work in duos or trios to practice real-life situations and get the most out of your time. Our courses are being given by native French speakers, where possible in French, from the beginners’ courses onward. This approach enables students to learn the language as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Beginners (A1.1)A1.2A2B1B2C1

A1

 

The aims of A1 are to be able to:

  • Recognise and use familiar words and simple phrases for concrete purposes.
  • Introduce yourself or someone else.
  • Ask and answer basic questions about home, family, surroundings, etc.
  • Communicate in a basic way when the other person speaks slowly and clearly, and is ready to repeat or reformulate to help communication.

A1.1 (beginners):

Morning courses:
  • Thursdays, 7:30am – 9:00am, French for busy people A1.1 (18 hours), 13/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Mondays 11:00am – 1:00pm, regular course A1.1 (24 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/202, €340 (online until further notice)
Evening courses:
  • Wednesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, regular course A1.1 (24 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)
  • Tuesdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, French for busy people A1.1 (18 hours), 14/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

A1.2:

Morning courses:
  • Mondays 7:30am – 9:00am, French for busy people A1.2 (18 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Fridays 11:00am – 1:00pm, regular course A1.2 (24 hours), 17/4/2020 – 3/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)
  • Fridays 11:00am – 12:30pm, Le français en action A (18 hours), 17/4/2020 – 3/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    We focus on interacting in French and practising with games, role-playing. If you have learnt some French but still feel uncomfortable to speak, this is the perfect course for you. Gain confidence and speak French with our theatre teacher! This course is an excellent preparation for the oral exam of the DELF level A.

Evening courses:
  • Tuesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, regular course A1.2 (24 hours), 14/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)
  • Thursdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, French for busy people A1.2 (18 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Wednesday 8:15pm – 9:45pm, Le français en action A (18 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    We focus on interacting in French and practising with games, role-playing. If you have learnt some French but still feel uncomfortable to speak, this is the perfect course for you. Gain confidence and speak French with our theatre teacher! This course is an excellent preparation for the oral exam of the DELF level A.

 

A2

The aims of A2 are to be able to:

  • Understand isolated phrases and common expressions that relate to areas of high personal relevance (like personal or family information, shopping, immediate environment, work).
  • Communicate during easy or habitual tasks requiring a basic and direct information exchange on familiar subjects.
  • Describe your surroundings and communicate immediate needs using simple words.

 A2.1:

Morning courses:
  • Tuesdays 7:30am – 9:00am, French for busy people A2.1 (18 hours), 14/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Thursdays 11:00am – 1:00pm, regular course A2.1 (24 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)
  • Fridays 11:00am – 12:30pm, Le français en action A (18 hours), 17/4/2020 – 3/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    We focus on interacting in French and practising with games, role-playing. If you have learnt some French but still feel uncomfortable to speak, this is the perfect course for you. Gain confidence and speak French with our theatre teacher! This course is an excellent preparation for the oral exam of the DELF level A.

Evening courses:
  • Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, regular course A2.1 (24 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)
  • Wednesdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, French for busy people A2.1 (18 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Wednesday 8:15pm – 9:45pm, Le français en action A (18 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    We focus on interacting in French and practising with games, role-playing. If you have learnt some French but still feel uncomfortable to speak, this is the perfect course for you. Gain confidence and speak French with our theatre teacher! This course is an excellent preparation for the oral exam of the DELF level A.

A2.2:

Morning courses:
  • Wednesdays 7:30am – 9:00am, French for busy people A2.2 (18 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Tuesdays 11:00am – 1:00pm, regular course A2.2 (24 hours), 14/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)
  • Fridays 11:00am – 12:30pm, Le français en action A (18 hours), 17/4/2020 – 3/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    We focus on interacting in French and practising with games, role-playing. If you have learnt some French but still feel uncomfortable to speak, this is the perfect course for you. Gain confidence and speak French with our theatre teacher! This course is an excellent preparation for the oral exam of the DELF level A.

Evening courses:
  • Mondays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, regular course A2.2 (24 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)
  • Thursdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, French for busy people A2.2 (18 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Wednesday 8:15pm – 9:45pm, Le français en action A (18 hours), 15/4/2030 – 1/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    We focus on interacting in French and practising with games, role-playing. If you have learnt some French but still feel uncomfortable to speak, this is the perfect course for you. Gain confidence and speak French with our theatre teacher! This course is an excellent preparation for the oral exam of the DELF level A.

B1

 

The aims of B1 are to be able to:

  • Understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar subjects in work, school, leisure activities, etc.
  • Manage in most situations that come up when travelling in a region where the language is spoken.
  • Produce a simple and cohesive text on familiar subjects or subjects of personal interest.
  • Narrate an event, an experience or a dream; describe a desire or goal, and outline reasons or explanations behind a project or idea.

B1.1:

Morning courses:
  • Wednesdays 7:30am – 9:00am, French for busy people B1.1 (18 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
Afternoon course:
  • Mondays 2:00pm – 3:30pm, Objectif bavardage (18 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    In this course you can talk about whatever you like! The teacher will be there to suggest various documents and articles about the subject you’d like to discuss, and of course to correct your French if necessary – enabling you to enrich and develop your French skills, both in terms of grammar and vocabulary. You will see your spoken French improve and you’ll be surprised about how easy it will get to engage in conversation with a French-speaking person!

Evening courses:
  • Tuesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, regular course B1.1 (24 hours), 14/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)
  • Mondays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, French for busy people B1.1 (18 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Thursdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, Français en action niveau B (18 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Have you gained a good knowledge of French vocabulary and grammar but would you like to get more confident at speaking French? Would you like to be able to express your opinion during interactions with native speakers? Come and practice with our theatre teacher to learn to deal with everyday events and unexpected situations in French-speaking countries. This course is an excellent preparation for the oral exam of the DELF level B.

B1.2:

Morning courses:
  • Thursdays 7:30am – 9:00am, French for busy people B1.2 (18 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Wednesdays 11:00am – 1:00pm, Autour du livre (24 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    This course will give you enjoyment reading contemporary works of literature while improving your French. We are offering to study two books over 12 weeks. This trimester the books will be C’est le métier qui rentre from Sylvie Testud and Une si belle image from Katherine Pancol. The reading will be accompanied by different documents (interviews, comparisons with classical works, graphic novels, film) shedding a different light on the works. The grammar program will be based on fragments of the books. Available from B1 level, we will provide you with all the documentation (including the books).

Afternoon course:
  • Mondays 2:00pm – 3:30pm, Objectif bavardage (18 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    In this course you can talk about whatever you like! The teacher will be there to suggest various documents and articles about the subject you’d like to discuss, and of course to correct your French if necessary – enabling you to enrich and develop your French skills, both in terms of grammar and vocabulary. You will see your spoken French improve and you’ll be surprised about how easy it will get to engage in conversation with a French-speaking person!

Evening courses:
  • Mondays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, regular course B1.2 (24 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)
  • Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Autour du livre (24 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    This course will give you enjoyment reading contemporary works of literature while improving your French. We are offering to study two books over 12 weeks. This trimester the books will be C’est le métier qui rentre from Sylvie Testud and Une si belle image from Katherine Pancol. The reading will be accompanied by different documents (interviews, comparisons with classical works, graphic novels, film) shedding a different light on the works. The grammar program will be based on fragments of the books. Available from B1 level, we will provide you with all the documentation (including the books).

  • Tuesdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, French for busy people B1.2 (18 hours), 14/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Thursdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, Français en action niveau B (18 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Have you gained a good knowledge of French vocabulary and grammar but would you like to get more confident at speaking French? Would you like to be able to express your opinion during interactions with native speakers? Come and practice with our theatre teacher to learn to deal with everyday events and unexpected situations in French-speaking countries. This course is an excellent preparation for the oral exam of the DELF level B.

B2

 

The aims of B2 are to be able to:

  • Understand the main ideas of concrete or abstract topics in a complex text, including a technical article in the user’s area of expertise.
  • Communicate with a degree of spontaneity and fluency during a conversation with a native speaker, in a way that is comfortable for everyone.
  • Speak in a clear, detailed way on a number of subjects; express an opinion on current affairs, giving the advantages and disadvantages of the various options.

B2.1:

Morning course:
  • Mondays 7:30am – 9:00am, French for busy people B2.1 (18 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Wednesdays 10:30am – 12:00pm, Questions d’actualité (18 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Discuss and debate French and International news, culture and more topics chosen by the learners. The class is lead by a a FLE teacher who is also a journalist. Extend your vocabulary and your grammar with concrete discussions, work on your emerging difficulties.

  • Wednesdays 11:00am – 1:00pm, Autour du livre (24 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    This course will give you enjoyment reading contemporary works of literature while improving your French. We are offering to study two books over 12 weeks. This trimester the books will be C’est le métier qui rentre from Sylvie Testud and Une si belle image from Katherine Pancol. The reading will be accompanied by different documents (interviews, comparisons with classical works, graphic novels, film) shedding a different light on the works. The grammar program will be based on fragments of the books. Available from B1 level, we will provide you with all the documentation (including the books).

Afternoon course:
  • Mondays 2:00pm – 3:30pm, Objectif bavardage (18 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    In this course you can talk about whatever you like! The teacher will be there to suggest various documents and articles about the subject you’d like to discuss, and of course to correct your French if necessary – enabling you to enrich and develop your French skills, both in terms of grammar and vocabulary. You will see your spoken French improve and you’ll be surprised about how easy it will get to engage in conversation with a French-speaking person!

Evening courses:
  • Mondays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, regular B2.1 (24 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)
  • Tuesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, D’hier à aujourd’hui (24 hours), 14/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    In this course we will discover francophone history and culture. By treating historic and cultural events, you’ll learn more about the francophone world while you improve your French. The lessons are given by a FLE-professor specialised in history. Grammar and vocabulary will we treated according to what comes up in class.

  • Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Autour du livre (24 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    This course will give you enjoyment reading contemporary works of literature while improving your French. We are offering to study two books over 12 weeks. This trimester the books will be C’est le métier qui rentre from Sylvie Testud and Une si belle image from Katherine Pancol. The reading will be accompanied by different documents (interviews, comparisons with classical works, graphic novels, film) shedding a different light on the works. The grammar program will be based on fragments of the books. Available from B1 level, we will provide you with all the documentation (including the books).

  • Wednesdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, French for busy people B2.1 (18 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Tuesdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, Travailler en français (18 hours), 14/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Do you feel the need to work on your French for use in a professional context? Then this course is made for you: it enables you to improve your linguistic skills and will help you yo communicate better with your clients and/or your French-speaking co-workers.

  • Thursdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, Français en action niveau B (18 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Have you gained a good knowledge of French vocabulary and grammar but would you like to get more confident at speaking French? Would you like to be able to express your opinion during interactions with native speakers? Come and practice with our theatre teacher to learn to deal with everyday events and unexpected situations in French-speaking countries. This course is an excellent preparation for the oral exam of the DELF level B.

B2.2:

Morning course:
  • Fridays 7:30am – 9:00am, French for busy people B2.2 (18 hours), 17/4/2020 – 3/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Wednesdays 10:30am – 12:00pm, Questions d’actualité (18 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Discuss and debate French and International news, culture and more topics chosen by the learners. The class is lead by a a FLE teacher who is also a journalist. Extend your vocabulary and your grammar with concrete discussions, work on your emerging difficulties.

  • Wednesdays 11:00am – 1:00pm, Autour du livre (24 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    This course will give you enjoyment reading contemporary works of literature while improving your French. We are offering to study two books over 12 weeks. This trimester the books will be C’est le métier qui rentre from Sylvie Testud and Une si belle image from Katherine Pancol. The reading will be accompanied by different documents (interviews, comparisons with classical works, graphic novels, film) shedding a different light on the works. The grammar program will be based on fragments of the books. Available from B1 level, we will provide you with all the documentation (including the books).

Afternoon course:

  • Mondays 2:00pm – 3:30pm, Objectif bavardage (18 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    In this course you can talk about whatever you like! The teacher will be there to suggest various documents and articles about the subject you’d like to discuss, and of course to correct your French if necessary – enabling you to enrich and develop your French skills, both in terms of grammar and vocabulary. You will see your spoken French improve and you’ll be surprised about how easy it will get to engage in conversation with a French-speaking person!

Evening courses:
  • Wednesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, regular course B2.2 (24 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/202, €340 (online until further notice)
  • Tuesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, D’hier à aujourd’hui (24 hours), 14/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    In this course we will discover francophone history and culture. By treating historic and cultural events, you’ll learn more about the francophone world while you improve your French. The lessons are given by a FLE-professor specialised in history. Grammar and vocabulary will we treated according to what comes up in class.

  • Wednesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Théâtre en action (24 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    Are you able to communicate in French with relative ease but would you like to feel even more comfortable in all types of situations?
    Come and try our theatre course to develop your mastery of the subtleties of the language!
    It is also a chance for you to discover the pleasure to speak in front of an audience, and to overwin your shyness in using the French language. This course will be held by Vincent, an experienced and certified theatre teacher.

  • Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Autour du livre (24 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    This course will give you enjoyment reading contemporary works of literature while improving your French. We are offering to study two books over 12 weeks. This trimester the books will be C’est le métier qui rentre from Sylvie Testud and Une si belle image from Katherine Pancol. The reading will be accompanied by different documents (interviews, comparisons with classical works, graphic novels, film) shedding a different light on the works. The grammar program will be based on fragments of the books. Available from B1 level, we will provide you with all the documentation (including the books).

  • Mondays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, French for busy people B2.2 (18 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Tuesdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, Travailler en français (18 hours), 14/1/2020 – 31/3/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Do you feel the need to work on your French for use in a professional context? Then this course is made for you: it enables you to improve your linguistic skills and will help you to communicate better with your clients and/or your French-speaking co-workers.

  • Thursdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, Français en action niveau B (18 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Have you gained a good knowledge of French vocabulary and grammar but would you like to get more confident at speaking French? Would you like to be able to express your opinion during interactions with native speakers? Come and practice with our theatre teacher to learn to deal with everyday events and unexpected situations in French-speaking countries. This course is an excellent preparation for the oral exam of the DELF level B2.

 B2/C1 :

Morning course:

  • Tuesdays 7:30am – 9:00am, French for busy people B2.2/C1 (18 hours), 7/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Wednesdays 10:30am – 12:00pm, Questions d’actualité (18 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Discuss and debate French and International news, culture and more topics chosen by the learners. The class is lead by a FLE teacher who is also a journalist. Extend your vocabulary and your grammar with concrete discussions, work on your emerging difficulties.

  • Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Autour du livre (24 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    This course will give you enjoyment reading contemporary works of literature while improving your French. We are offering to study two books over 12 weeks. This trimester the books will be C’est le métier qui rentre from Sylvie Testud and Une si belle image from Katherine Pancol. The reading will be accompanied by different documents (interviews, comparisons with classical works, graphic novels, film) shedding a different light on the works. The grammar program will be based on fragments of the books. Available from B1 level, we will provide you with all the documentation (including the books).

Afternoon course:
  • Mondays 2:00pm – 3:30pm, Objectif bavardage (18 hours), 13/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    In this course you can talk about whatever you like! The teacher will be there to suggest various documents and articles about the subject you’d like to discuss, and of course to correct your French if necessary – enabling you to enrich and develop your French skills, both in terms of grammar and vocabulary. You will see your spoken French improve and you’ll be surprised about how easy it will get to engage in conversation with a French-speaking person!

Evening courses:
  • Wednesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, regular course B2/C1 (24 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)
  • Tuesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, D’hier à aujourd’hui (24 hours), 7/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    In this course we will discover francophone history and culture. By treating historic and cultural events, you’ll learn more about the francophone world while you improve your French. The lessons are given by a FLE-professor specialised in history. Grammar and vocabulary will we treated according to what comes up in class.

  • Wednesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Théâtre en action (24 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    Are you able to communicate in French with relative ease but would you like to feel even more comfortable in all types of situations?
    Come and try our theatre course to develop your mastery of the subtleties of the language!
    It is also a chance for you to discover the pleasure to speak in front of an audience, and to overwin your shyness in using the French language. This course will be held by Vincent, an experienced and certified theatre teacher.

  • Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Autour du livre (24 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    This course will give you enjoyment reading contemporary works of literature while improving your French. We are offering to study two books over 12 weeks. This trimester the books will be C’est le métier qui rentre from Sylvie Testud and Une si belle image from Katherine Pancol. The reading will be accompanied by different documents (interviews, comparisons with classical works, graphic novels, film) shedding a different light on the works. The grammar program will be based on fragments of the books. Available from B1 level, we will provide you with all the documentation (including the books).

  • Tuesdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, Travailler en français (18 hours), 14/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Do you feel the need to work on your French for use in a professional context? Then this course is made for you: it enables you to improve your linguistic skills and will help you to communicate better with your clients and/or your French-speaking co-workers.

  • Thursdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, Français en action niveau B (18 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Have you gained a good knowledge of French vocabulary and grammar but would you like to get more confident at speaking French? Would you like to be able to express your opinion during interactions with native speakers? Come and practice with our theatre teacher to learn to deal with everyday events and unexpected situations in French-speaking countries. This course is an excellent preparation for the oral exam of the DELF level B.

C1

 

The aims of C1 are to be able to:

  • Understand a wide range of long and complex texts, including any subtextual or stylistic nuances.
  • Express yourself freely and fluidly, without obviously fumbling for words.
  • Use the language effectively and fluently in a social, professional or academic context.
  • Speak in a clear, organised way about complex subjects, developing a well-structured argument.
14 Morning course:

  • Wednesdays 10:30am – 12:00pm, Questions d’actualité (18 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Discuss and debate French and International news, culture and more topics chosen by the learners. The class is lead by a a FLE teacher who is also a journalist. Extend your vocabulary and your grammar with concrete discussions, work on your emerging difficulties.

  • Wednesdays 11:00am – 1:00pm, Autour du livre (24 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    This course will give you enjoyment reading contemporary works of literature while improving your French. We are offering to study two books over 12 weeks. This trimester the books will be C’est le métier qui rentre from Sylvie Testud and Une si belle image from Katherine Pancol. The reading will be accompanied by different documents (interviews, comparisons with classical works, graphic novels, film) shedding a different light on the works. The grammar program will be based on fragments of the books. Available from B1 level, we will provide you with all the documentation (including the books).

Evening courses:
  • Tuesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, D’hier à aujourd’hui (24 hours), 7/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    In this course we will discover francophone history and culture. By treating historic and cultural events, you’ll learn more about the francophone world while you improve your French.
    The lessons are given by a FLE-professor specialised in history. Grammar and vocabulary will we treated according to what comes up in class.

  • Wednesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Théâtre en action (24 hours), 15/4/2020 – 1/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    Are you able to communicate in French with relative ease but would you like to feel even more comfortable in all types of situations?
    Come and try our theatre course to develop your mastery of the subtleties of the language!
    It is also a chance for you to discover the pleasure to speak in front of an audience, and to overwin your shyness in using the French language. This course will be held by Vincent, an experienced and certified theatre teacher.

  • Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Autour du livre (24 hours), 16/4/2020 – 9/7/2020, €340 (online until further notice)

    This course will give you enjoyment reading contemporary works of literature while improving your French. We are offering to study two books over 12 weeks. This trimester the books will be C’est le métier qui rentre from Sylvie Testud and Une si belle image from Katherine Pancol. The reading will be accompanied by different documents (interviews, comparisons with classical works, graphic novels, film) shedding a different light on the works. The grammar program will be based on fragments of the books. Available from B1 level, we will provide you with all the documentation (including the books).

  • Mondays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, French for busy people C1 (18 hours), 6/4/2020 – 13/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)
  • Tuesdays 8:15pm – 9:45pm, Travailler en français (18 hours), 14/4/2020 – 7/7/2020, €260 (online until further notice)

    Do you feel the need to work on your French for use in a professional context? Then this course is made for you: it enables you to improve your linguistic skills and will help you yo communicate better with your clients and/or your French-speaking co-workers.

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