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French/English Courses

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French Lessons & Courses in Edinburgh

Brushing up your language skills is not about becoming bilingual. There are colleges and evening courses that do that well.

Instead, you can boost your confidence in an informal way, helping you remember what you learned at school, while improving your skills to know more than mere “survival” phrases. 


10 Great Reasons to Brush up and Improve your French

check.jpg 1:1 or small classes of up to 5 people

check.jpg competitive prices

check.jpg friendly, informal classes

check.jpg your tutor is a communication professional with an extensive experience of coaching

check.jpg you can meet other people and share your experiences

check.jpg free assessment 

check.jpg classes adapted to your level and objectives. Ideal for individuals and small companies

check.jpg great flexibility; classes take place on Saturdays and in the evening during weekdays

check.jpg semi-intensive and intensives courses

check.jpg learning a new language is good for brain development!


How do our French courses work?

The goal is to help you gain confidence in yourself and/or improve your current level, enabling you to have proper conversations in French using an everyday vocabulary and grammar. This is why I set up this conversation French course.

Learning should be fun and, of course, informative. This is why our French course takes place in a relaxed atmosphere, usually Costa, Starbucks or Waterstones in the city centre.

Those who have taken our French course found meeting in such places to be a great source of ideas to improve their vocabulary. 

The course consist of practical conversations in French to meet your needs and objectives, whether you're about to go on holiday in France, travel there to find a job, or want to brush up your French for a business meeting. The fact that you are in a small group is also very helpful to gain confidence quickly.

Courses can also be 1:1 or tailored for businesses and delivered to your company's work place by prior arrangement.


Unsure of your level?

Contact info@ecossedirect.com for a free evaluation, or use the form below.

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Your French Edinburgh Tutor

Franck David is French, bilingual, and has been living and working in Edinburgh, in the civil service, since 1998. Through various posts, he led on the design and delivery of strategic internal and external communications with a rich diversity of stakeholders, whether in the public or private sectors.

As a communication professional, Franck has helped the public at large, from students to CEOs, making their voices heard in Scottish politics.

This is Franck's main motivation; to communicate and meet new people, to share knowledge and experiences and help you learn new things.


How much are the French lessons?

We are currently offering a competitive rate of £20 per person for 1 hour and 15 minutes.


When can I take a French course?

Saturdays throughout the year and in the evening during weekdays. Please contact us for a time that suits you, or use the form below to register your interest.


Interested?

If you have decided that now is the time to improve your French, please send us an email to info@ecossedirect.com or use the form below. We can discuss all of your requirements, including when and where suits you to take the course.

Register for a French course today!


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