Intensive One Day French Language Course for £75 at Institut Français (60% Off)
- Official language centre of the French Government in UK
- Established for over 100 years
- Close to South Kensington tube
- Intensive 9 hour course
- Beginner or refresher level
- All resources such as textbooks and worksheets supplied
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 72 hour cancellation policy. Course runs 9am-8pm (with breaks). Must be 18 or older. Up to 20 students per course. Beginner and refresher courses available. GCSE/O-level French preferred for refresher course; basic knowledge required.
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Learning a language is like football: anyone can learn the basics, idiomatic clichés are an essential tool, and a bad coach can result in national outrage. Don't cause offence and learn properly with today's Groupon: £75 for an intensive one day French language course at the Institut Français.
A certain joie de vivre flows from the Institut Français,where for over a century the French government’s official language and culture centre has been showcasing the delights of the continent. More than 7000 students were greeted with a bonjour there last year, and with a range of courses available and an on-site cinema showing the latest French films in glorious Technicolor, many more are expected in 2012.
Arriving for the 9am Saturday morning start, students will get straight into the thick of the action as this nine hour course gets underway. With all textbooks and worksheets supplied, complete novices can master the basics of the language of love with a beginner’s course. Those with at least a basic knowledge and ideally GCSE level experience can dust the cobwebs off their lexical knowledge as they take the refresher course. The sessions will take place over three slots of three hours each, giving bookworms breaks in-between to refuel.
Yet, my favourite spot within the Institut is the la [sic] médiathèque - the rose colored [sic] window and swirled up stairs to balcony book shelves [sic] remind my college library at Columbia. Although 99% of the books I am not able to read, I simply enjoy hanging out there, watching documentaries, flipping magazines, and browsing titles & photos from Economics, Film, Philosophy, Poems to Paris. Often I forget that I'm still learning the language.
– Yiting S, Yelp, Oct 2009