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New to French? Start speaking French from day one with the French 101 class for complete beginners and experience an immersive introduction to all things French!Learn everyday expressions and phrases, ask and answer basic questions, and have simple conversations. Small classes with experienced, native French-speaking teachers prompt participation a
Level 1 is taught in English and is for those who want to start at the very beginning with French or for those who took a little bit of French in high school. If you’ve never taken a language class before, don’t worry – we will walk you through the basics and explain verb conjugations, vocab learning tips, etc. If you can struggle through say
Your French is impressive, you probably spent some time in France or studied it for a long time. You want to maintain your conversation skills, learn more about French culture and meet fellow francophiles. True, you didn’t all attend French-language prep school. But some of you amaze us just the same. If you don’t need any grammatical review an
You have never taken French before, or you have, long ago, but you don't remember much of it. Get started and sign up for our beginner level class! Débutant is right for you, if…You have no idea when to use le, la, or li (oh wait, we made that last one up).You took high school French…but you were too young to care.You don’t know or remember
You can hold your own in basic conversation, and explain what you did yesterday or last year, using the right tense. You are ready to take your French further. You’re an Apprenti, if…You can say I saw a movie, I want some milk, or I never get up early.You have a handle on past and present verb tenses. You know how to conjugate most irregular ve
At this point, you mostly need conversation practice and to polish up your already extensive grammar skills. Your French is solid, you want to keep expanding your vocab and improving the fluidity of your speech. You’re ready for Spécialiste, if…
Your speech is far from flawless. But you can converse without too much groping.If you hear a Frenc
You know how do introduce yourself, build a basic sentence in French, and conjugate regular verbs in the present. Keep going, you're on the right track! You’re a Grand Débutant, if……you can say “thank you very much”, but can’t quite master “for all of your support”. You sprinkle your attempts with English, mix up your French-isms,
You have accumulated a certain amount of vocabulary and you're starting to have a full grasp on the spectrum of French tenses. Your efforts are really starting to pay off. You’re an Intermédiaire, if…You can say Could you please pass me the salt, I ate there last night or One day, I will live in Paris.You can raise Parisian eyebrows with phras
Level 2 is for the student who has had some exposure to the French language but cannot hold a real conversation. They don't need to go back to numbers, letters, and conjugating -er verbs. Level 2 is where you'll confidently be able hear, comprehend, and speak the language. By the time this class is over you'll be able to hold a real conversation on
Advanced students might need a quick grammar refresher here and there, but are comfortable speaking French, even if they are still making a lot of mistakes and still need to refine the details. Advanced Conversation Practice is for students who have completed Level 5 at Fluent City or the equivalent elsewhere. Each 20-hour session is designed to be
Level 2 is for those who have studied French before, even if it's been a while. Level 2 is right for you if you can say a few things about yourself in French, even if only at a basic level in the present tense with a limited vocabulary. Here’s a list of things that you should be familiar with to know if Level 2 is right for you:You can say short
In 6-8 weeks, basic conversation, reading, listening and writing skills will be taught. Students learn regular verbs ending in "er" and some irregular verbs: to be, to have, to do, to go, etc. In 8-12 weeks, students can expect to cover the present tense, basic negations, questions and adjectives. Some past tense usage will also be covered.Main con
This course is for people who are absolute beginners, or who studied French a long time ago and want to brush up on the basics. This introductory French course, taught by Marie Lipp, is fun and practical and will have you speaking French from the very first class.Marie Lipp employs a dynamic method that includes grammar and vocabulary but is
This introductory French course, taught by Marie Lipp, is fun and practical and will have you speaking French from the very first class. This course is for people who are absolute beginners, or who studied French a long time ago and want to brush up on the basics.Our Advanced Beginner class focuses on advanced grammar and building conversation skil
Experience-based language course. Learn and anchor the knowledge through a blend of fun social events and amazing in-class lessons.This class is for students who are just starting out or maybe have a little HS experience under their belt but have forgotten most of it. We're going to teach you the structure and basics of the language to get you on
Students attending this class will review basic grammar as needed, and more advanced grammar is presented (including the dreaded subjunctive tense), but at least half of each lesson is dedicated to conversation practice. Our French Intermediate course is designed for people who are already familiar with the basics of French grammar and are fairly c
Level 3 is for those who are starting to feel comfortable speaking in the present tense, as well as for those who have basic knowledge of how the main past tense works (j'ai mangé, j’ai finí, etc.). Here is a list of things that you should be familiar with to know if Level 3 is right for you:1) You can say short phrases in French in the present
Level 5 focuses on solidifying major grammar points and is meant to gear you up for Advanced Conversation Practice. Here’s a list of things that you should be familiar with to know if Level 5 is right for you:1) You can conjugate many common verbs in the present tense, the main past tenses, the conditional and the future tense. For example, you c
Level 4 students are fairly comfortable putting together sentences in the present and the main past tenses and are starting to understand how the conditional (il voyagerait, for example) and future (il voyagera, for example) tenses work. Here’s a list of things that you should be familiar with to know if Level 4 is right for you:You should unders
You will learn colloquial French and build your comprehension and speaking. Back by popular demand, this spring we're offering our fun and innovative advanced French class in which students watch and discuss French-language movies. The movies will be a mix of classic and contemporary films. Every week, we'll discuss the plots and the cultural conte
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