French Lessons in Fife. Learn French
No matter what your reason for learning French, Language Trainers can provide a tailored course, delivered in your own home or office. Your trainer will be a qualified native French speaker, and will provide classes and materials appropriate to your needs and requests. Classes can be held any day of the week, during the morning, afternoon or evening. Individuals and small groups are catered for, making Language Trainers perfect for both businesspeople and the general public.
French Course in Fife
The fact that our language courses are tailor made for the students means that it doesn't matter what your reasons for learning French are.
General French courses will cover Survival French, allowing you to be comfortable during short visits to the country; polite conversation, practicable vocabulary and a strong grammatical foundation. You will learn the all important business etiquette as part of our Business French courses. This is essential to avoid making costly or embarrassing mistakes on work trips abroad.
If you want to include some less formal elements in a Business French course then you can do this too. Whatever you need to learn is what the course will be based on. Equally, a General course will cover the fundamentals, but further focus in any particular area can easily be arranged with your teacher.
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. There are many different types of people who could benefit from one of our General French courses; someone moving abroad, a person who travels widely or someone who simply wants an absorbing hobby.
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.
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Catherine is a really good tutor and a very nice person.Lorraine Moyes Ingenico, taking French classes in Fife
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Info about French
Once the most universal language in the world, French has now given way to English as the world's lingua franca. However, with over 175 million people worldwide who speak French, there are still plenty of reasons to learn. Language Trainers offers its eponymous service, having many native-speaking French teachers available who can visit you at your home or place of work at a time to suit you, provide you with all course materials you may need, and teach you either on a one-to-one basis or with the rest of your group. The course can be customised to suit your needs, or the needs of your business.
- How many people in the world speak French: 200 million aprox.
- How many words has French: 43,000
- French is regulated by: Académie française (French Academy)
- Languages that influenced French: Latin
- Variations of French: Standard, Swiss, Belgian, Aostian and Quebec French
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