Intensive French course or long-term course?
I am a very busy person but I desire to learn and speak French – this is my dream. Does this sentence sound familiar to you? Before even starting a course, it is important for you to know if an intensive or a long term course will finally help you reach your goals in French. In this article, I’ll share my experience as a language learner in order to help you make decision on which one will suit you better. Intensive and long-term courses are both amazing and with the two of them, you’ll enjoy beautiful results. My experience with intensive class I have taken several intensive courses and the last one I took was 4 years ago when I studied Hebrew. Yes, Hebrew! Am I Jewish? No! Is my husband Jewish? Neither! I wanted to challenge myself as an adult and study a beautiful and challenging language. I studied…Read More
Simple tips to progress beyond Level B2 French
So you’ve reached level B2 French and think you can’t progress further or attend any new courses? This is absolutely false! There are many ways to improve and maintain your French skills even if you have reached the upper intermediate or advanced level. When I finish a course with a student, in addition to having my heart broken by saying goodbye, I give tons of resources to help them continue improving their skills, even without attending private French classes. The real challenge once we’ve reached either level B2 French or level C1 French is to continue learning and practising without a formal frame. Many students are left without any solid tips towards practising and maintaining their level. Some reasons why it can be difficult to continue practising French after reaching level B2 French: Working in an international environment where French is not mandatory Not being located in a francophone country…Read More