French private lessons in London
Explore French offers French private lessons (one-to-one or group classes) that suit your language level, needs and learning objectives.
Fun, engaging and practical, lessons include role-play, games and problem-solving activities to get you using French from the very beginning and boost your confidence. Working on the four skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing), but also on grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, you will have the opportunity to speak about a wide range of topics related to your interests and objectives, and will quickly develop your communication skills in French.
Up to level B2
French for Business & Diplomacy
Up to level B2
French for Hotel & Catering
Up to level B2
French for Tourism
Up to level B1
French for Fashion
Level A2 to B1
(elem. to interm.)
I am flexible!
Please let me know your availabilities when contacting me by using the form at the bottom of this page.
I am based in Ealing and can travel to west and central London. Lessons can take place either at yours, at your place of work, or in any public place of your choice.
Duration & Frequency
Each lesson is a minimum of 1.5 hours but can last as long as you wish. Students usually opt for one class per week but there can be as many as you wish depending on your objectives.
I teach a wide range of students and adapt the content of all lessons to their goals.
Individuals: any adult including senior citizens willing to learn French, no matter what your goal or skill is, and because it is never too late to start learning a new language.
Couples/families/friends: learning with your partner, your bother(s) or sister(s), your friend(s) or anybody else can be great fun, especially if you are learning French for the same reasons. I teach to groups up to 4 persons.
The communicative activities that we do during the class aim at developing your fluency in French. Homework consists in exercises to do at home and on your own to strenghen what you have discovered and practised with me. They aim at developing your accuracy in French. It is essential to dedicate some time to do them.
If you don't know your level in French, don't worry: the first class will be the chance to assess it. But you may already know your level if you have already attended a French class or sit a French test. To get an idea of your level, you can try my test (click here).
If you are not yet familiar with the six levels of the CEFR system (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages), below is a scale to give you a rough idea.
Level A1 - Beginner (about 60 hours of classroom teaching)
Level A2 - Elementary (about 160 hours of teaching), equivalent to French GCSE
Level B1 - Intermediate (about 360 hours of teaching), equivalent to French AS/A2
Level B2 - Upper-Intermediate (about 560 hours of teaching), equivalent to French A Level
Level C1 - Advanced
Level C2 - Mastery
Group of 2: £20/hour per person
Group of 3: £15/hour per person
Group of 4 : £12.50/hour per person
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