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French Lessons in Fife. Learn French

Not everyone wants to learn French for the same reason so why should they learn in the same way? At Language Trainers we teach our students in the way which suits them. You can tailor your classes to give you the level of knowledge you need. More importantly, you don't need to put up with timetables and locations which don't suit you. Our clients decide themselves where and when they receive their classes.

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One-to-one General/Business

French Course in Fife

Our language classes will reflect your French needs and will give you the skills and confidence you want, regardless of how you plan to use your French knowledge in the future.

General French courses will let you engage in polite and interesting conversations with native French speakers. They are ideal for preparing you for short visits to countries where French is spoken. The Business courses we provide will give you the ability to cope in a more formal French environment whenever you need to.


The possibilities are not limited to these two categories, however. Those taking a Business course will generally also learn French telephone and email skills, as well as learning the basics for surviving short visits to the country. As each student is different you can ask for the General lesson to be tailored to suit whatever it is that you have in mind.


The Business level classes we offer attract a wide variety of students from different backgrounds. What they all have in common is a desire to give their career a boost and expand their horizons. General courses in French suit those hoping to emigrate to foreign shores, people with a view to travel to countries where French is the vernacular tongue, those with a keen interest in French culture and language, and people with foreign spouses.


You have the option to participate in a free language consultation before your course begins. This short consultation, usually over the phone, will reveal the work situations you will find yourself in and the terminology you will need to know in order for us to better design your course. This information, in addition to details regarding your preferred methods of learning, will be used to understand your specific requirements, work demands, and the language goals you wish to achieve from your course.

All took French courses with
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Lloyd's Register Group Services Ltd
WaterAid
Nuvia Limited

Catherine is a really good tutor and a very nice person.

Lorraine Moyes Ingenico, taking French classes in Fife
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Spoken throughout the 41 French-speaking nations known as La Francophonie as well as in plenty of other countries worldwide, learning French is no longer an arduous task thanks to the native-speaking French teachers provided by Language Trainers. Our qualified teachers can visit you at a time and location of your choosing, and train groups as well as individuals. The content of the course can be modified according to the areas in which you wish to specialise, depending on your needs. All course materials are provided for you.


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French writing System: Latin alphabet with diacritic marks
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How do I say I love you in French: Je t'aime

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