French Lessons in Portsmouth. Learn French
The study programme for your French course will be worked out for you by your native speaking teacher. This means that your classes will be focused on the areas that you are most interested in. With the quality teaching and flexible approach we offer you will be able to live out your dreams of speaking French sooner than you thought possible.
French Course in Portsmouth
Once you start taking our classes you will soon begin to feel your confidence in French grow. This is because they will be focussed on your requirements and expectations.
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. After your French Business course you will feel confident about reading and writing work emails as well as speaking to foreign colleagues and clients.
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. The great thing about our General courses is that the syllabus is not set in stone. Whatever aspect of the language that you need to know can be added with no problem.
There are many reasons for choosing one of our Business courses. You might work in import-export, for example, or be sizing up the possibility of going abroad to further your career. The challenge of learning French is one of the reasons why students are attracted to our General courses. We all have our own reasons for learning French and the lessons can be adapted to cater to each individual.
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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Alken Asset Management LLP
The classes are going well, we are also doing more business French with Nicolas our trainer which is good.Kerstin Zimmermann and Constantine Investor Relations, Alken Asset Management, taking French classes in London
› Two-to-One and Small Group - French Course in Portsmouth (closed group)
Info about French
Once the universal language of the known world; French currently loses out to English in terms of how widely-spoken it is, but with French still being spoken by over 175 million people worldwide, there's always reason to learn. Language Trainers can provide you with a native-speaking French teacher, qualified to teach individuals and groups, who can adapt a language learning course for you to cater for your needs. Out tutors will visit you at a time and location that is convenient for you.
- Famous French Books: Optimism, Les Miserables (The miserables)
- Languages that influenced French: Latin
- Country with less French as a native language speaker: Haiti
- French writing System: Latin alphabet with diacritic marks
- How do I say Good bye in French: Au revoir
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Thank you for your email. The classes are going well and we are focusing more on economic / business vocabulary, which is great and we hope that it continues.