The one-to-one system always makes good sense when studying a foreign language because of the much better personal tuition offered, but there are other reasons why you should use this system to learn French.
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.
You are learning French and have probably heard that it is a good idea to make friends with native speakers because they will be able to help you, and you will be able to copy how they pronounce French words. This may well be true in part, but making foreign friends in a French language school is a very good idea too. Students from other countries will share similar problems you have in learning a new language. More than 100 million young people are learning French at schools and colleges around the world. French is a very important language worldwide.
Immersion is the name for a very popular way of studying a language, and it means that classes in other subjects are delivered in the language you are learning and not in your native tongue. You are “immersed” in the language you are hoping to learn and cannot get away from it. Read More…
6 of the Best Ways to Learn French
If you want to learn French the best place to study and practice the language is obviously where it is spoken, so France is the perfect location. This is where you get the chance of hearing local people speaking in their native tongue. Where better could there be for you to hear exactly how to pronounce French words and to try out your own command of the language? Of course, it is possible to learn French without going to France. Let’s take a look at some tips for learning the language.
Every year IFALPES welcomes American students who come to learn French in France to validate US credits as part of their University Degrees.
Our school has many collaboration agreements with US Universities, and we are open to consider new opportunities. If you wish to come to Annecy to study French don’t hesitate to ask your International Office to contact us.
Mariam KERFAI (Texas University), Logan ALEXANDER ( Ashland University) and Philip McAULEY (Colorado University), kindly accepted to share their experiences with us. This is what they said: