Why should you send your kids to France to learn French? (Part 1)

 

It probably goes without saying that the best place to learn French is in the country of its origin. This is why you should send your kids to France to learn French, if you want them to become fluent in the language. So, let us take a look at some of the advantages of learning French in France.

 

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Top 10 clichés living with a French family

 

Living with a French family is one of the best ways of learning the French language and discovering how people in France live. But how true are the clichés that people believe about the French? Let’s take a look at the myths about French people and a homestay with a family in France.


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Why it is good to learn French as a second language

 

Are you considering studying the language of France, and perhaps wondering if taking a course at our French language school would be a good idea? If you are thinking of doing this, or perhaps already signed up for classes, there are very many reasons why learning French as a second language can be a great benefit in the world today. Let’s take a look at why this is true.


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You know you are learning French because…

 

When you are studying the language of France there are a number of signs to watch out for so that you can monitor your progress. You know you are definitely learning French because of the following indications revealed below.

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Why Annecy is one of the best places to learn French

If you want to learn French then France is obviously the best choice of countries for this, and Annecy in the French Alps is one of the best places to study the language. There are many reasons why you should choose this town with its historic buildings, canals like Venice and stunning countryside surrounding it. So let’s take a look at why Annecy is such an excellent location to study French. Read More…

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Learning Games in French

Playing games of all sorts is a lot of fun, and doing so is also a great way of learning a language. Taking part in French learning games can only help you improve your knowledge of and fluency in the language of France. Read More…

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Exclusive interview: Paul Taylor!

Who is Paul Taylor?

He’s a comedian and Youtuber that has currently a one-man show in Paris and a TV show in Canal+, he also has more than 200 000 followers on YouTube. He was born in England but lives today in France and all his narrative is based on this duality of being an English in France, and how to integrate or understand French culture with the eyes of someone coming from England. Read More…

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