One-to-one (1:1) lessons are private lessons - just you and the teacher. This means everything can be tailored to your needs and level. You can "call the shots" but, at the same time, do listen to your teacher's advice on which areas you need to focus on.
Two-to-one (2:1) means two students taught together by the teacher. The beauty of this arrangement is that it costs you a lot less each and you still get plenty of invididual attention. Be aware, though, that you need to have both a similar level and similar aims and motivation.
Your French teacher will concentrate on your communication skills. Even if you are a complete beginner, our teachers have the expertise and experience to get you speaking French in no time.
We offer mini groups of up to 10 people for adults/ VCE students and children (see below).
This can be a very cost-effective way of learning.
We have our local in Fairfield where we can teach a group of people who don't necessarily know each other.
You can as well come to us with a pre-formed group of family, friends or colleagues. If you are really keen to learn, can't afford 1:1 but don't have a group of people ready to enrol, why not try getting one together? You could
advertise in your local newsagent's,
place an ad on a community website or
just hit the phone with your contacts list.
You'll be surprised what a thirst there is for language-learning. The class can take place in our local or for a group up to 5/6 this could be in a private home - maybe in a large kitchen or sitting-room. If you are a company group, a training-room with flexible seating will make a good environment.
The table below shows the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). It is a tool developed by the Council of Europe to define the mastery of a foreign language like French, according to different criteria. Since 2001, this is a reference in the field of learning and teaching French. It will help you to self-assess your level. However, if you have previously studied French but you are not sure about your level, you are required to be assessed by one of our teachers to determine the course that is most appropriate for you.