Whether you want to speak French for business or personal reasons, our classes are a great way to learn. And our classes cover the full range of proficiency levels from beginning to advanced.
Beginning French classes introduce you to basic vocabulary and expressions used in everyday situations.
Beginning lessons cover how to:
Ask and respond to simple questions
Engage in simple conversations
Interact in social, business, and travel situations
Read a variety of basic written materials
Write simple sentences on everyday topics
Intermediate and advanced classes build on your existing skills to help you read, write, and speak French with greater fluency.
Intermediate and advanced lessons teach you how to:
Engage in conversations with ease and confidence
Increase your proficiency in French grammar and vocabulary
Read and understand the meaning of French texts and articles
Write short essays on common topics
Deepen your understanding of current French culture
Classes meet once a week for 5-10 weeks. All instructors are fluent French speakers with extensive teaching experience.
Would you like to speak French naturally? This class is designed for those who wish to learn the language from fun activities and more practical practices! Students will acquire basic French conversational skills as well as reading and writing skills... More about Dynamic French 6
This twice-weekly course is for beginners who have never studied the French language but wish to learn at a faster pace. Participants will learn basic verb conjugations and usage, simple conversations, and pronunciation of the alphabet, as well as cultural... More about French 1 Intensive
For students who have taken 1 quarter of French or the equivalent. This twice-weekly course will give you practice opportunities using the present and immediate future tenses. Students will expand expression in practical situations, and topics may include transportation, directions,... More about French 2 Intensive
This intermediate-advanced level course is for students who have studied the basic concepts of the language and wish to review French grammar and lexicon and strengthen their comprehension, fluency, speaking and writing. Prerequisite: six quarters of French or equivalent. More about French 8
Take your French to next level with this conversation class. You’re more or less comfortable with grammar, present, past tense for common verbs, and you have some vocabulary under your belt. The objective: While critical grammar concepts are reviewed we... More about Intermediate Conversational French