Intensive French Course A2.2 |March| 18 hours/1 week (15/03 – 19/03/2021)

Intensive French Course  A2.2 |March| 18 hours/1 week (15/03 – 19/03/2021)
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Intensive French Course  A2.2 |March| 18 hours/1 week (15/03 – 19/03/2021)

Monday: 10.30am-12.30pm – 1pm-3pm

Tuesday: 10.30am-12.30pm – 1pm-3pm

Wednesday : 10.30am-12.30pm – 1pm-3pm

Thursday: 10.30am-12.30pm – 1pm-3pm

Friday: 10.30am-12.30pm


Between 2 and 4 students (1.5m apart)

Price includes textbooks and materials

Each course has an assigned webpage giving you a life time access to a class summary, all resources & homework.

Classes are given In French by native speakers

10% discount on the next group course (valid until 30/06/2021)

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.


Juliana Joly
Born and raised in the Paris suburbs for the first half of her life, Juliana then moved to Normandy with her family, where she grew up amongst cute villages and fields filled with cows (she still doesn’t like smelly cheeses like camembert though) Later on, she moved to Strasbourg for her studies and discovered the beautiful Alsace region and the Alsatian dialect. She holds a Bachelor of Languages and Multiculturalism and studied Dutch at the university. When her teacher told her that one of the queens of the Netherlands was called Juliana, she decided it was time to see this country for real. Therefore she moved again, this time to Amsterdam, within the ERASMUS exchange program. She immediately fell in love with the city – and with a French man she met during Dutch classes (true story) – and never left! That was 7 years ago, and she has been in love both with the Netherlands and her French man since then.
Vincent Bonnet
Vincent is our drama teacher. Although he is a drama teacher first and foremost, he has been working in the theatre business as a comedian and scenarist for more than fifteen years.
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