Don’t let your French get too rusty!

September 8, 2014 by CJC

Whether you’re an Intermediate or an Advanced student, you’ve spent a lot of time and effort getting where you are now, so it might not be a bad idea for you to join a class this Autumn, in order to maintain your current level of French. As you know, with languages, it’s very much a matter of “use it or lose it”!

If you like perusing newspapers and magazines, or if you need to be knowledgeable about current affairs in your line of work or studies, then I particularly recommend this course: Reading and Discussing French News Articles. You can find a full course description here:

Please note that for small-group tuition, I need 6 registered students per class in order to rent a professional meeting room for the group, and that I won’t be able to run a class if there aren’t enough registrations for it, so please reserve your place as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Alternatively, if you can book fully-equipped meeting rooms at your place of work, or at any other venue, we can arrange for classes to take place there, on a day and at a time to suit you.

Not only will you then benefit from group-tuition rates, but as the class organizer you will get 5% off the full price of the course! For more information about in-house French classes, have a look at the Special Offers page on our website:

Should this Conversation Class not appeal to you, there are many other courses to choose from; just go to the Entente Cordiale page on the Hotcourses website:

Please do not hesitate to get in touch ( if you have any questions about this course, or any other course on offer.

Thank you kindly for your time, and if you know anybody who might be interested in taking one of our French classes, I would be very grateful if you could forward this message to them. Merci d’avance!



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