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French Courses in Brighton

With fully qualified native speaker French teachers all around Brighton, we will have little problem arranging a language course to cater for your requirements and present French proficiency. Teachers can visit you at your own home or workplace, and classes are arranged to suit your schedule. Your first text book is complimentary - just make sure you pick the most appropriate option from the course packages below:

Standard One-to-One Courses in General French

Everybody can benefit from our general French courses - they endeavour to give the learner fluency in general French conversation, whether through learning the basics or improving existing skills. General courses concentrate mainly on sharpening up grammar and vocabulary, and aim to expand the ability to speak, read and listen French with full comprehension. These courses will be most suitable for those who want to improve their French to a practicable level, or as a basis for a business French course.

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Standard Group Courses in General French

As the ideal starting point for a group of people wishing to gain a strong acquaintance with the ins and outs of conversational French, these group classes can be arranged for groups as small as 2 people, and as large as 12 - our only provisos are that the whole class are able to meet at a consistent time and place each week, and are all of the same approximate French level. General courses cover all the grammar and vocabulary you need to gain a practicable advantage in your spoken and written French, and are also an excellent basis for further French study.

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Standard One-to-One Courses in Business French

Our business courses cater to learners with a decent general knowledge of French but would like to expand their skills for use in the business world. Courses are, as always, completely tailormade for the relevant industry and skill sets (e.g. business correspondence, writing reports etc.). One-to-one business courses are perfect for professionals hoping to develop their current French skills, especially those working for multinational corporations, preparing to work from abroad, or looking for overseas employment.

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Standard Group Courses in Business French

Listen & Learn's group business courses in French are specifically designed to suit small groups (of 2-12 students) who already have a working knowledge of French, but want to focus on language for the business community. Your group should all be at approximately the same language level, have similar learning goals, and be available to study at the same time and location every week. Your teacher will tailormake your course based on the group aims and any specific business communication skills that the group wants to improve, such as negotiation or formal correspondence. Group business French courses are suitable for groups from any private or corporate organisations, for example those who need a higher or more specialised level of French for communication with international colleagues and clients, or those who need to develop particular skills or specialised industry terminology.

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Standard One-to-One Courses in Specific Purposes French

For individuals at intermediate or advanced level French who have specific professional or interest-related language requirements, we are more than happy to incorporate any of the following elements into your language course:

• Accent softening and elocution
• Training to improve particular language skills (writing, comprehension, listening)
• Language for international travel
• Business communication skills (e.g. telephony, presentation, training, negotiation)
• Business writing skills (e.g. reports, business correspondence, proposals)
• Language for specific industries (e.g. medical, legal, HR, engineering, accounting)
• Historical and cultural sensitivity.

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Standard Group Courses in Specific Purposes French

If your group of 2-12 French learners require the same set of particular skills as well as a standard language course, our specific purpose group French courses can really help make a difference. So long as the whole group is at about the same stage of learning French, we can help improve their overall understanding by arranging classes focusing on improving the following:

• Elocution and softening of native accent
• Improving specific skills (writing, comprehension, listening, etc.)
• Language for international travel
• Business communication skills (e.g. training, negotiation, telephony, presentation)
• Business writing skills (e.g. reports, business correspondence, proposals)
• Vocabulary for relevant industry (e.g. medical, legal, HR, engineering, accounting)
• Cultural and historical sensitivity

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"I needed to learn some French because I'll be relocating to Canada next year. My Business French course was great - my teacher was real professional, and if I had any questions she was happy to answer them. Can't believe how quickly I got into it."

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