Private courses

General French

    With our one-to-one bespoke French courses for adults and young people, you will make quick progress with a teacher who focuses on your specific needs and helps you to progress!
You choose the dates, times, and frequency of lessons to suit your schedule – and if you prefer, lessons can also take place online.

Face-to-face lessons

Online lessons

“The course is very well adapted to my level and my knowledge, the teacher is great.” – Jennifer
Like Jennifer, choose a private course and register!

If you don’t yet know your level, take a placement test. This test is highly recommended for easier and more effective learning.
Price:€ 25.

For any individual course covered by the employer, the business price shall be applied (go to page In-company courses).
Recommended duration and frequency of lessons: 90 minutes, twice a week.
Prices for travel outside Luxembourg-city: € 0,40 / km
For online lessons, via ZOOM, it is requested to have a computer/laptop or a tablet equipped with a webcam, microphone, and Internet access.

 Private courses

French courses for specific purposes

  Legal French, medical French, business French, preparation for open competitions to join the public service, or preparation for university entrance exams, our French for specific purposes courses will meet your needs!
You choose the dates, times, and frequency of lessons to suit your schedule – and if you prefer, lessons can also take place online.

Face-to-face lessons

Online lessons

“I liked the variety of vocabulary and the method that the grammar was taught.” – Yi Hua
Like Yi Hua, if you’re preparing for a competitive examination / want to acquire specific French language skills, register!

If you don’t yet know your level, take a placement test. This test is highly recommended for easier and more effective learning.
Price:€ 25.

For any individual course covered by the employer, the business price shall be applied (go to page In-company courses).
Recommended duration and frequency of lessons: 90 minutes, twice a week.
Prices for travel outside Luxembourg-city: € 0,40 / km
For online lessons, via ZOOM, it is requested to have a computer/laptop or a tablet equipped with a webcam, microphone, and Internet access.

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Rated 5 out of 5
25/11/2019

Ma professeure est très attentive aux besoins de ses élèves et elle propose des activités intéressantes et stimulantes. Je vais continuer mes cours avec elle l’année prochaine.

Travis

French intensive A1-1. Great!

Rated 5 out of 5
06/11/2019

This was a wonderful course and we covered all the basics. Also the teacher was very kind and attentive.

Chelsea

Good course, with some room for improvements

Rated 3 out of 5
11/09/2019

The course was overall good. For the price that we paid and considering the presence of students with different levels in the same group, it should be better organized, though! Meaning that the different levels require different materials. Homework would also help to revise what was done in the course. In level A1.2, it would be more important to also write things down and not just express them orally, as this can then help to practice at home in order to prepare for the next class. Now we always had to start instead with a “short” revision of the day before, which in fact took up a lot of time.
The majority of the students were beginners who hadn’t studied french before or had only studied it for a couple of weeks, and I ended up being more talkative than the others and I felt that I was talking a lot – the teacher also mentioned that a few times. Basically this part was wrong attempt of the beginning of the class. With regard to grammar, the teaching was really very good! It would however have been better to include more dialogues, letting students write them down and then practice among each other – this could be very helpful.

Elida

 


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