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November course

  • LEARN FRENCH
  • Oct 19, 2018

NOVEMBER COURSES
If you have missed the beginning of our Fall Term, don’t worry, we offer an interesting range of courses starting in November! Just check the list and join our huge community of French speakers!

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About our courses for Toddlers

  • LEARN FRENCH
  • Oct 03, 2018

As early as 18 months, Children can be exposed to a foreign language as their natural abilities help them to master a language rapidly and easily while boosting the intellectual competencies.

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November courses - New batches!

  • LEARN FRENCH
  • Aug 31, 2018

NOVEMBER COURSES
If you have missed the beginning of our Fall Term, don’t worry, we offer an interesting range of courses starting in November! Just check the list and join our huge community of French speakers!

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Back To School Courses - August, September, October

  • LEARN FRENCH
  • Aug 01, 2018

September is fast approaching and children will soon be heading back to school. For all French lovers that have not yet joined one of our great courses, Alliance Française is offering you the possibility to start your journey into the world of French culture and language with a number of beginner courses due to open end of August or early September. 

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A new textbook for our toddlers! Les petits loustics

  • LEARN FRENCH
  • Jul 14, 2018

From July 16th, Alliance Française uses a brand-new textbook in the course for preschooler leanrers !

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About our courses for teenagers

  • LEARN FRENCH
  • May 28, 2018

Our Approach

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About our courses for Children

  • LEARN FRENCH
  • May 28, 2018

Your child will enjoy our fun and fully immersive French classes tailored to its age group and abilities.

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About our courses for young children

  • LEARN FRENCH
  • May 27, 2018

This course is an excellent way to start learning French in a playful and welcoming environment.

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About our courses for Preschoolers

  • LEARN FRENCH
  • May 17, 2018

Classes are conducted in French for greater immersion, in small classes to give each child a maximum attention.

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