Flexible French lessons with Online Learning

Benefits of Online Learning

  • Learn French wherever you are in the world
  • Truly flexible French lessons
  • Perfect for people who need to travel for their work
  • Suits students with inflexible working hours
  • All you need is an internet connection
  • Available for all levels from Beginner to Upper-Intermediate

Online learning packages

  • Combine a full online learning package with lessons at Lost In Translation or Skype Lessons for truly flexible French lessons
  • Choose the length of your course
  • Follow your course online and check-in with a teacher every month via Skype or in person to consolidate and practice what you have learned
  • Students undertake a detailed evaluation at the start of their online learning package to ensure that the course is relevant to their level.

Online Multimedia centre

  • Study wherever you are in the world, all you need is an internet connection
  • Consolidate what you learn in your lessons
  • Wide variety of material including material tailor-made for your course
  • Listening, speaking, reading, pronunciation and writing exercises
  • Accessible from a desktop, laptop or ipad – or from our multimedia centre in our Morzine premises
  • User friendly, easy to use

Skype Lessons

Truly flexible French lessons:
Combine Skype sessions with a course of lessons at Lost In Translation, private lessons or our online learning package

  • Choose the length of your lessons 30 or 45 minutes.
  • Choose the number of lessons in your course from a minimum of 6 lessons
  • Choose to have access to our online multi-media centre
  • Ideal for people who travel for work or 2nd homeowners who wish to continue improving their French while not in the Alps
  • Choose from regular French lessons, consolidation of online learning, pure French conversation or a combination of the three!

Are you interested?

Why not contact us to book or request more info! Contact Us

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