The best place to learn French?

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The best place to learn French?

Postby Maria » Tue Jun 18, 2013 1:51 pm

Hello, I've been learning French for 3 years now and I would like to book a 8 weeks course, but I can't decide where. Could you recommend me any school please? I would like to live in a big city, Paris maybe. Do you have any criteria which could help generally to choose the school? Thank you. :D
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Re: The best place to learn French?

Postby LCNadmin » Tue Jun 18, 2013 3:52 pm

Hi Maria!

All of the schools we are working with are really great schools. The Accord French Language School for example is highly recommended by its former students and it is located in the heart of Paris.

You should think about what exactly you are looking for. So you can ask yourself:
- Do I want to learn French in Europe or in Canada?
- Do I want to live in a big city? (which you obviously want ;) )
- Do I prefer group courses or one-to-one lessons?
- Where shall the school be located? (e.g. in a big city close to the sea; in a big city in the middle of the country so that you
can visit more cities easily;...)
- Do I want to live in a Hostfamily, in my teacher's house or in a hotel?

I would be happy to help you to find the perfect school for me. If you want you cant contact me under UK: +44-2033555340 | US: +1-800 6136345 | Int: +34-932688774 or send an email to support-en4@languagecourse.net.
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Re: The best place to learn French?

Postby Maria » Thu Jun 20, 2013 2:06 pm

Thank you very much for your reply. It helped a lot!
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Re: The best place to learn French?

Postby Julian O. McPherson » Fri Mar 21, 2014 9:43 am

There are many best places to learn French.If you are in France then the best place to seeking knowledge of French language is the region "Languedoc Roussillon".Other than this region you learn French in the South of France.Other than that you learn French on-line.There are many websites which offers greatly to learn French.So you visit them...
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Re: The best place to learn French?

Postby LCNadmin » Fri Mar 21, 2014 3:03 pm

Hi Julian,

You are right, there are many courses available on line. But what's better than visiting directly the country of interest have a full immersion in the language and culture?!?

Besides being an interesting and amazing experience, it would certainly speed up the learning process. ;)
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Re: The best place to learn French?

Postby Julian O. McPherson » Thu Mar 27, 2014 6:20 am

Yes , i personally do this and there are a lot of advantages rather than online studies ,its much better and fastky you can get it than online study.So i will prefer it...
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Re: The best place to learn French?

Postby Lusiana » Sat Jan 31, 2015 8:18 am

Yes, I think that you're right Julian O. McPherson. I mean there are so many advantageous if you study in regular basis. Like my school, college and universities. I think that you can learn more with regular studies. I prefer online studies of those who are in trouble and can not do regular studies.
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Re: The best place to learn French?

Postby Janil » Mon Feb 02, 2015 7:40 am

Well Lusiana! I never try to learn online till yet. After reading your post, I think you have good experience with this type of studies. Can you share some benefit about online studies?
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Re: The best place to learn French?

Postby Lusiana » Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:13 am

Channel! I write in my post that I prefer regular studies more than online studies. I think that regular studies are more beneficial than online studies, and I think then everyone can understand the education more easily in regular studies.
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Re: The best place to learn French?

Postby Janil » Tue Jun 23, 2015 6:08 am

Absolutely right Lusiana. Regular studies are most beneficial than online study. You can learn a lot of things during regular studies. Online study is good for those who work part-time.
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