One Day French Language Course: Complete Beginner, Improver, Intermediate, or Advanced for £59 at Alliance Francaise de York (61% Off)
- School established 1883
- Large global language institute
- Range of courses for all abilities
- Based in Bootham
- Native French tutors
- Choice of four course levels from beginner, improver, intermediate and advanced
- Classes run 19, 20, 23, and 27 April only
- Interactive group sessions
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/AllianceFrancaisedeYork from 10 April 2012 at midday. Max 20 students per class. Valid at IT Centre, Innovation Way, Heslington, York (YO10 5NP). Class time lasts apparox. 6 hours. Lunch not provided.
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Bitesize teaching methods are used for efficient learning, manageable examination preparation and to aid digestion. Feed your hunger for knowledge with today's Groupon from Alliance Francaise de York. Choose from the following options:• £59 for a one day intensive complete beginner French language course on 27 April (61% Off)
• £59 for a one day intensive improvers French language course on 20 April (61% Off)
• £59 for a one day intensive intermediate French language course on 19 April (61% Off)
• £59 for a one day intensive advanced French language course on 23 April (61% Off)
Established in 1883, Alliance Francaise has grown to include over 1000 schools in 138 countries and now provides York’s Francophiles with a place to swot up on their favourite language. A range of courses are available for all abilities, including weekly, intensive, and exam revision sessions as well as one-to-one for those wishing to polish pronounciation in private. All classes are taught by native French tutors and cultural activities are offered to help broaden the learning curve. The centre also benefits from free car parking and bus access from town centre.
The beginners course will equip students with basic phrases, including hotel check-in right through to ordering at the cafe. The improvers session will be slightly more difficult and is aimed at those who took French up to GCSE level, while the intermediate class is for those who took French up to A-Levels. Both will cover various topics using role-plays, group work and games, while the advanced session demands fluency from students while discussing and debating current affair topics. All courses will start at 9.30am and finish at 4.45pm with two breaks plus lunch (not provided). Pupils are required to bring a pen, paper, French dictionary and laptop if wishing to take advantage of the complimentary Wi-Fi.
Intermediate 19 April
Improvers 20 April
Advanced 23 April
Complete beginners 27 April