French Lessons in London. Learn French
Language Trainers French courses are specifically developed after an initial meeting to discuss learners' needs and aims. Your qualified, native-speaking trainer will provide materials and cover areas of particular interest to you or your company. Individuals, pairs, and small groups are all catered for, and classes tailored to fit the learners. Lessons are arranged for a time that is convenient for you (morning, afternoon, evening; work days or weekends), and can be held at your home or office.
French Course in London
The tailor made classes we offer in French can help you personally or professionally, as the lessons are designed with your specific requirements in mind.
Following a general French course you will feel relaxed about the idea of going to where the tongue is spoken. You will have the solid foundations you need to feel comfortable while you speak it. On the other hand, the Business French lessons offered by us are more useful for anyone who needs to be able to speak French for work purposes. It could be the boost your career needs.
It is your first session and your own requirements, however, which decide the precise content of the course. A Business course will generally include common conversational topics, as well as gaining greater fluency with writing letters and emails in French, as well as using the telephone. A client who wants their General lessons to focus on a particular area of interest just needs to advise the teacher during their first lesson or at any time during the course.
There is not just one specific type of career which benefits from Business courses. Many different types of worker can give their prospects a boost this way. . Whatever use you are planning for your French knowledge our General courses will get you on the right road. It could be the move which changes your life for the better.
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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Barclays Corporate Services
Our teacher Patricia is lovely and I enjoyed the class thoroughly. She is going at just the right learning pace, which is good. Thanks.Victoria Hodgkinson HR Advisor, Gucci Group, taking French classes in London
› Two-to-One and Small Group - French Course in London (closed group)
Info about French
Spoken throughout the 41 French-speaking nations known as La Francophonie, French can be learned with far greater efficiency if you have the assistance and attention of a fully-qualified native speaker provided by Language Trainers. Our French tutors can visit you, whenever and wherever is convenient for you, and supply all the academic materials you'll need in class and for your spare time. The course can be adapted for groups as well as for individuals, so you get the most out of your sessions.
- Famous French writers: Jules Verne, Victor Hugo, Charles Baudelaire
- How many people in the world speak French: 200 million aprox.
- French is regulated by: Académie française (French Academy)
- French writing System: Latin alphabet with diacritic marks
- How many words has French: 43,000
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Typical course length:
• 30 hours per level
(classes are usually 2 hours each)
We also offer packages of:
• 20 hours
• 50 hours
• 100 hours
(with discounted rates)