Fall 21 - Mini-session for Adults
Want to learn French during the Fall? Join our mini-session for adults!
➔ Efficient learning plans
➔ Learn from the comfort of your home
➔ Focus on spoken communication
➔ Cultural contents to learn French in an authentic manner
Each package corresponds to 12h of direct instruction time with a teacher via video conference + interactive exercises
available on our online platform, which you will have access to for a full year.
All groups have a maximum of 4 students in order to enable each student to practice spoken communication effectively. Our teachers are
native French language teachers, who will help you understand basic pronunciation rules in French and who will provide an immersive
learning environment during lessons
Lessons available for students of all levels, groups arranged by level and based on your learning goals.
Next starting dates:
- November 29th to January 17th - 6.30pm to 8pm (8 lessons x 1h30mn - Mondays)
- November 30th to January 18th - 11.15 to 12.45pm (8 lessons x 1h30mn - Tuesdays)
Not sure about your exact level? Contact us for a free level assessment.
I am very impressed with the quality / caliber of the teachers I have had at AFW, especially Marie, Juliette and Hélène. They are always
well prepared to lead each class, organized, detail oriented, tech savvy, well-versed in French culture and history and les nouvelles
quotidiennes. They are demanding, in a polite way, but at the same time have astounding patience as Americans like me struggle with
everything! In two words that say it all: They Care! I do not know how you find such outstanding “Enseignants”, but keep it up! À AFW,
j’avais trouvé l’étude du français très amusante!
Merci pour la classe! Rachel and Lana—Thank you all at l’Alliance for arranging this online class! It was easy to do; our class was, as
always, fascinating and fun. It appears to be a good solution (hopefully temporary) while we are unable to safely meet in person.
Looking forward to next classes!
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I heartily concur with everything Sharon wrote! AFW emailed a link, and all I needed to do was click on it, enter my name, and -- voilà -- I
was there with my classmates.
I had already decided to self-quarantine because of my age, so it was an especial pleasure to be able to attend class via the internet.
I thank Rachel for having made this possible! My only glitch was that I hadn't fed the cat before I went on-line, so Ringo made several
appearances "in class" as he swished across my computer. Many thanks to all!