Jun

27Thu

Conversational French for Intermediates (Total Immersion)

Ida [eFrenchCafe] @idaefrenchcafe

Near the Port of Nice - Nice
Place des Cigalusa

Thu, Jun 27, 2019 at 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM

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Would you like to practice your Conversational French? Join us and fine-tune your pronunciation and improve your vocabulary and ease in French. This is a fun opportunity for intermediate students to practice Conversational French, meet other people in a private house near the rue Bonaparte in Nice and transform their French. I'm a recognized French teacher (with 15 years experience) and I provide worksheets, support and share my best tips for learning French. To join us via Skype (only one attendant per session) just send me your Skype address. Make sure to have headsets. Maximum 6 per café. Spots generally go fast! So make sure to sign up here on MeetUp, or email me at ida@eFrenchCafe.com before the end of the week if you have any questions. 18€/session {135€ for 10 sessions in Nice and 150€/sessions via Skype} payable up front. Sessions generally last 75 minutes. You may also benefit from the special offer 240€ for 20 group sessions. If you are new, to get started now click here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1uX_ygUNh1hWVinOKxGsdPNhlUit2uXIQCvoAuEPyg1c/viewform What others have been saying: • "You can't learn a new language without getting out of your comfort zone. Ida takes you there in fun ways through her Total Immersion techniques. I recommend her highly." • "I really enjoyed studying French with Ida. She makes learning fun and has an easy way to present the lessons to help you understand the language as well as the culture. She is accommodating and fun to work with. I recommend her method to anyone wanting to understand and speak the French language." • "Ida incorporates a variety of fun activities to help challenge and improve your understanding of the French language. As a result of studying with her for a few weeks, I felt more confident in interacting with the locals on a daily basis."