SEASONNAIRE CRASH COURSE
This French Course is especially designed for seasonnaires coming to spend the winter season in Morzine. If you’re a seasonnaire and worry about your French this season, then this course will give you the basics that you need to get by. If you enjoy the course, we run other courses throughout the winter season but this one is a great start to either revise rusty school-level French or to learn some basics if you have never studied French before!
If you are an employer and you would like your employees to get by in French and be able to cope with French suppliers during this season, then this course will give them a great kick-start! They will learn the basics, concentrating on useful phrases and vocabulary relative to their jobs and they will increase their confidence to handle simple everyday situations.
- Special seasonnaire format of 2h per day x 5 days booked around the pre-season preparation work.
- Monday to Friday: 18:00 – 20:00
- Special price of €199* per week per student.
11th – 15th December
- Aimed at speaking to suppliers and clients in French
- Learn to deal with day to day situations in French
- Get by during your season in France
- Learn the basics you need without having to deal with complicated French grammar
IN-COMPANY FRENCH COURSE
- 2 hours: 159€
- 3 hours: 199€
- Don’t hesitate to email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place or if you have any questions!
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