3 hours / week
(2 x 1h30)
on Zoom with Replay
maximum 8 students
videos, podcasts, articles, quizzes 24/7
Présentation, salutations, formules de politesse
Les pronoms personnels sujets
Les premiers verbes au présent
Les nombres de 1 à 10
Prononciation : Sons voyelles et consonnes de base
Tu ou Vous ?
Poser des questions
Le verbe Aller
Les articles définis
Les nombres de 11 à 20
Les fournitures scolaires
Les nombres de 21 à 69
Les périodes de la journée
Les jours de la semaine et les mois de l’année
Le verbe Faire
Les articles indéfinis
La ville et les commerces
Les nombres de 70 à 1 milliard
Utiliser “il y a” pour la description
Les verbes acheter, vouloir et pouvoir
Les aliments et boissons
Les repas de la journée
Les verbes manger, boire et prendre
Les articles partitifs du, de la, de l’, des
Les objets de la cuisine
Exprimer ses goûts et ses émotions
Utilisation de Quel/Quelle
Vocabulaire du corps et du visage
Les vêtements et accessoires
Les pronoms toniques
Révisions des unités précédentes
Les membres de la famille
Les adjectifs possessifs
Les qualités et les défauts
Prononciation de PLUS
Les types de logement
Les meubles de la maison
Les nombres ordinaux
Les prépositions de lieu
Les activités quotidiennes
Le verbe “faire” et les activités
Les adverbes de fréquence
Les verbes pronominaux (se lever, s’habiller…)
Les moyens de transport
Les vacances et les loisirs
Les verbes de déplacement
Demander et donner des directions simples
Le passé récent, le présent continu, le futur proche
Les adjectifs démonstratifs
Les qualités physiques
Les pronoms relatifs qui/que
L’ordinateur et Internet
Les moyens de communication
Les verbes de communication
Introduction au passé composé
Passionate about languages, meeting new people and travelling, I’ve been teaching French for over 10 years.
I’ve lived in Italy, Portugal and Brazil, so I understand my students’ goals, fears and hang-ups.
My mission is to enable my students to speak French quickly, easily and with pleasure!
With me, no
More seriously, if you already speak a Latin language (Italian, Portuguese, Spanish) or even English, you’ll find a lot of similarities with French.
My aim is for you to speak like the French, not like in books (with all the useless exceptions that the French don’t even know about).
If you have the motivation, a good method to follow and practice speaking French, you’ll learn French quickly and easily, I promise!
Here are the different language levels defined by the CEFR:
A1 – You are discovering French
You can understand and use familiar and everyday expressions in very simple sentences to satisfy concrete needs.
A2 – You understand simple messages
You can understand isolated sentences and expressions in relation to your immediate environment: family, work, school. You can talk about familiar topics.
B1 – You can communicate in a French-speaking environment
You can understand the main points of a message when clear, standard language is used. You can communicate in most situations encountered while traveling. You can tell about an event, an experience.
B2 – You communicate easily in French
You can understand the essential content of complex messages on concrete or abstract subjects. You communicate easily with a native speaker and express yourself clearly and in detail on a wide variety of subjects.
C1 – You communicate with ease and spontaneity
You can understand a wide variety of long and demanding texts. You communicate easily on complex subjects without searching for your words in various contexts: social, professional or academic life.
C2 – You are bilingual in French
You can effortlessly understand almost everything you read or hear. You can summarize and rephrase facts and arguments from various written and oral sources. You express yourself spontaneously and understand the nuances of the language.
If you have any doubts and want to assess your level with me, you can book a call with me.
Classes take place on the ZOOM platform and are recorded so you can watch them over and over again.
Classes are organized around practical exercises, role plays, pair work and independent practice.
Online French lessons focus on oral practice of the language with review of vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation.
You have access, 24/7, to an educational platform to prepare you for the course (videos, podcasts, online exercises) and to be in permanent contact with the French language.
YES 😀 I get ALL the students talking! This is why group classes are limited to 8 people.
The live online lessons with me are entirely devoted to oral practice of the language and take place in a caring and warm atmosphere.
My goal is to allow you to communicate in French quickly, easily and with complete confidence.
If you have variable schedules due to your work or studies, I advise you to take private lessons: you will be more flexible and you will be able to cancel and postpone the lessons (cancellation must be made at least 24 hours in advance).
If you think you will only miss 1 or 2 classes, you can take the classes in a group and watch the recording of the classes when you are available.
The online course costs €360 for a total of 3 months (3 hours / week).
Payment is for the full 3 months.
No refunds are possible if the student has already taken at least one course.
Payment is made securely by SEPA bank transfer (tax-free in Europe) or PayPal (+20 €).
Even if, in everyday life, I prefer physical contact to virtual contact, I chose to give online courses because they offer many advantages to students: