Every Monday, all year round
What about learning French with our online courses?
Standard French course online, in groups:
- From pre-intermediate (A2) to advanced (C1) level
- 20 lessons per week (1 lesson = 45 minutes)
- Work on the 5 skills: you listen, speak, write, read and interact in French,
- Hours schedule: Monday to Friday, 9.00 - 12.15 French time (except Monday 10.00am-1.15pm),
- Certificate stating the level you have reached in French,
- Our teachers guarantee interaction in the classroom, even with distance learning.
Our teachers will provide you with virtual and secure access to our international classrooms (hybrid)
They will share with you all the materials for French courses.
During 100% of the duration of the course, you will be in video contact via Zoom with your teacher and classmates for real-time exchanges.
Teachers follow your progression live and provide you with feedback when correcting your class work. They offer you additional homework if you need to consolidate specific language skills.The French lesson is dynamic and interactive; you'll feel like you're really in class with us at Accent Français!
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of your teachers every week
at the end of the programme
of your level TCF exam (optional)
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