Super Intensive French Courses
If you have time in November, why not give your French a real boost before the winter season? Speaking French may be more important than ever this winter with the likely increase in the number of French tourists! Take a Super Intensive course and you’ll really see a difference in your French in just a week. With 15 hours of group lessons plus 5 hours of private lessons, you’ll get the chance to learn and participate in a group environment plus in your private lessons you can really focus on the specific areas of your French that may need a little extra help to get you to the level you would like.
For 15 hours of group lessons a week + 5 hours of private lessons, the price is just 399€.
Add some private lessons to your Training Budget Intensive Course
If you are taking a French Intensive Course in November using a training budget to pay for the lessons, why not add 5 x 1h private lessons to complete the package. Individual lessons are a great way to focus on specific things you want to concentrate on, to practice speaking on a one-to-one basis and to go over anything from your group course that you would like to spend more time on.
French Intensive Courses for all levels
We are running French Intensive courses for all levels of French throughout November.
Seasonnaire Crash Course
- April 14th, 2021
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- March 26th, 2021
Conversation Classes on Zoom Being able to have a conversation in French is most people’s number one motivation to take lessons. Get all the tools you need in just 2 x 5 hour modules! Module 1 : The Conversation Toolbox Regardless of your level, there are tools that you need before…Continue Reading
- February 26th, 2021
Croissants: do French people eat croissants for breakfast every day? No! Most French people eat breakfast at home so don’t eat fresh croissants from the ‘boulangerie’ on a daily basis. Croissants and pain au chocolat are popular on more relaxed days for example at weekends or on holiday. Many people…Continue Reading
- February 16th, 2021
Easter is one of the main religious celebrations in France after Christmas. Easter marks the resurrection of Christ and the end of the 40 days of lent so this is an important Christian religious festival. In France, Easter Monday is a public holiday. Easter is called ‘Pâques’ with a capital…Continue Reading