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Summer Courses (in person!) at Alpine French School

We are so pleased to finally be able to welcome you back to our language school as of June.

If you’re keen to work on your French in a group environment, here are the details of our upcoming group courses over the next 10 weeks.


JUNE INTENSIVE COURSES (15 hours in 1 week)

Intensive courses are a great way to immerse yourself before the season starts.



3 hours per day (9.00-12.00) from Monday to Friday over one week and each week runs a specific level.

Have a look at our blog on intensive courses for more details on the format of the course and its benefits.



– Upper Intermediate (B1+) – 14th-18th June 2021 – 2 SPACES LEFT


Cost: 310€ (or 280€ for our existing clients)

If you wish to enrol in one of these courses, please email



SUMMER WEEKLY COURSES (1h30 per week over 10 weeks)

Our popular weekly courses are back this summer. These group courses are the perfect way to have regular practise and fit it into your working week.



Dates: 21st June – 28th August

Rythm: 1h30 / week over 10 weeks



Beginner Plus (A1.2-A1.3): Tuesdays 13.00 – 14:30

Elementary – elementary plus (A2.1) : Thursdays 18.00-19.30

Lower intermediate (A2.2-A2.3): Thursdays 13.00 – 14:30

Intermediate (B1): Mondays 13.00 – 14:30


* See below for our level guide. If you want us to help you assessing your level, please email us so we can send you an evaluation*


Cost: 310€ (or 280€ for our existing clients)

If you want more information or if you wish to enrol in these courses, please email


AUTUMN WEEKLY COURSES (1h30 per week over 10 weeks)

Details to be confirmed.


If you are employed or self-employed, you may be entitled to government funding for our summer and autumn weekly groups.

Email us on before the 10th June so we can possibly apply for government-funding for you.


How do I know my level?

Beginner plus

You can introduce yourself, but you want to learn how to ask questions, use verbs in the present and say what you do on a regular basis and learn to make your own sentences.

Elementary Plus

You can speak in the present but want to know how to say things in the past like explaining what you have done in order to become comfortable in your conversations and develop your vocab to use more complex expressions.

Lower intermediate

You can speak in the future, in the past and present but you want to learn more tenses to tell stories as you struggle to say things such as ‘he was running when I saw him..’ ‘I was watching telly whilst they were playing’.. And discover what pronouns are (You give me, I speak to you…)


You are comfortable speaking in all tenses but want to practise being more precise when talking about your life and also practise the intricacies of French language. You want to be more comfortable when using complex tenses and pronouns (I told him, she gave me…)

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