Resources to help you learn, practice and improve your knowledge of the French language, to enhance your enjoyment of the culture and life in Paris and France
Parler Parlor French-English Conversation Group
The Adrian Leeds Group is sad to announce the formal closing of Parler Parlor as of Summer 2018...
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Sandrine de Paris
Learn with an acclaimed native teacher, in person or remotely via Skype. Whether it is for school, work or for personal reasons, Sandrine's lessons are tailored to every student's needs and goals. From basic conversation to fluency, from simple sentences to academic levels, Sandrine provides quality teaching to students with high standards.
Learn French at a language school in the heart of Paris. Lutèce Langue offers classes for students at all levels. The school is also the meeting place for the Parler Parlor French-English Conversation Group twice each week, and students of Lutèce Langue are entitled to a FREE Parler Parlor membership.
Special offer for Parler Paris Readers:receive one free trial lesson in a mini-group (2 to 7 students), a value of 35 euros. And if you register for a one week Intensive course (15h/week) or two week Standard course (7.5h/week) on the same day as the trial lesson, you'll receive 15 euros off the registration fee. Be sure to take a level test before your trial lesson -- to reserve a trial lesson, call Eriko at +1 (33) 1 73 70 17 69.
23, boulevard de Sébastopol (at the corner of rue de la Reynie), 75001, Paris
Métro: Châtelet, Les Halles
Learn French in a language school for adults offering true French immersion, set in the lovely fishing village of Villefranche sur Mer, next to Nice and not far from Monaco, overlooking the French Riviera's most beautiful bay.
French Today offers more than 110 hours of professionally recorded French audio books for all levels. You can practice speaking French with private audio lessons via Skype.
Receive a new French word three times a week, via e-mail! Includes phonetic and audio pronunciation guides and usage in a phrase or sentence.