French Language Courses
Alliance Française, the French specialist, offers French tuition for:
- Small classes (8 to 10 students for the majority of lessons, 3 classes with 8 to 12) in North, Central and South Bristol
Our lessons are kept informal, motivating and above all professional – our teachers are French nationals, specifically trained and qualified to teach French to adults. Their experience and dedication have always been essential to the success of our courses. Over 65% of our students re-enrol for more French tuition.
The official centre for French language and culture
Alliance Française is a global network of associations which aims at establishing a dialogue of cultures through high quality French tuition and organising cultural activities in 130 host countries. In the United Kingdom, courses and cultural events are offered through a well-established network of 13 language centres and 52 clubs.
The Alliance Française de Bristol, established in 1983, with a branch in Bath since 1993, has grown from strength to strength, with more than 60 courses running each year and more than 500 students last academic year.
2017/18 promises to be an exciting year, with more French classes and French cultural events. Never want to miss one of our events again? Subscribe to our newsletter: http://eepurl.com/c3PoQ
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Le pet de nonne or le beignet goes back to the Renaissance period. Different stories are told about the origin of the name but, in any case une nonne is a nun and pets de nonne were first of all cooked by nuns in Franche Comté ( east of France) for instance. Iza, our...
Time to brush up on your French before the summer in our very small and friendly groups (4-6)! 4 weeks in June or July 2 sessions of 1½ hours of French tuition per week Day / evening classes with our French tutors 4 / 6 students maximum Cost: £165 Brush up on your...
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