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Course Length

Typical course length:
• 30 hours per level (classes are usually
2 hours each)

We also offer packages of:
• 20 hours
• 50 hours
• 100 hours
(with discounted rates)
» Typical cost of our French courses
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French Courses in San Francisco

Our qualified native French language teachers can train you at your home or office, at a time to suit you.

Classes can be any day of the week (even weekends) in the morning, afternoon or evening.
In certain circumstances, if your home or office is not suitable, you can take your classes at the trainer's office. All course materials are provided.

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We will be happy to offer a free language consultancy before the start of your language training course. This normally takes the form of a telephone conversation in which your specific language training requirements are discussed. We talk about the business situations in which you might be required to use your new language skills, and what work-specific terminology you would like to be able to use in the target language. We can also advise on the best method of learning for you to achieve your goals, and then design a language training course which will enable you to achieve them.

All took French courses with
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The teacher is wonderful and I am confident moving forward that she will provide me with a good foundation for French.

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1-on-1 Business
French Course in San Francisco

Our one-on-one French courses in San Francisco are perfect for those who will benefit from learning a new language for business use. The course offers the full range of skills, from basic business etiquette and greetings to more specific areas, including reading and writing practice. Working in a country where French is the native tongue is just one of the thrilling prospects which you could consider once you have completed the course.

 

1-on-1 General
French Course in San Francisco

If you have been left disappointed with other French courses in San Francisco then give our one-on-one approach a try and prepare to discover the pleasure of being bilingual. Having covered the basics of the French language, the course content typically relies upon learning what will be of most practicable use to the student. Everyone has different reasons for learning French but they all need the same level of quality teaching. Our One-on-One courses will take you to the next level and give you the confidence to progress from there.

     
2-to-1 and Small Group
French Courses in San Francisco (closed group)

Students will also find French courses in San Francisco which are suitable when they want to study with a group of friends or work colleagues. These are offered as Two-to-One French courses or as In-Company Small Group French courses. This is another fine French option in San Francisco which can give the students all the great teaching they need. We only ask that they are of the same level in French and that they book at the same time as well as take classes together. Language Trainers do not recommend group classes of more than 8 students although we can run In-Company Taster French Courses with up to 12 people.

 
How to Book
Your French Language Course in San Francisco
1. Take our French Language Level Test (this is not necessary if you are a Complete Beginner).
2. Fill out our French Language Needs Analysis - this will help us determine the right course and trainer for you, at a time and location that suits you.
3. We then contact you with a quote (number of classes and cost). A typical course lasts 30 hours per level (classes are usually 2 hours each). For the typical price of our French courses...
4. If our quote meets your approval, we take a deposit (payable by check, credit card, wire transfer or PayPal).
5. We then confirm the time and location of your classes and send you the details of your French language tutor.
6. Your French course materials are prepared by Language Trainers and sent to you together with your invoice.
7. Your French training begins.
8. After a reasonable amount of time has passed, we contact you and your tutor to make sure that everything is working out. Where necessary, we will change the focus of the course and/or the tutor (this is not very common).
9. After finishing your course, we present you with a course attendance and completion certificate.
10. We review the course and propose future learning opportunities including self-study, French courses in other French-speaking countries and more advanced French courses with Language Trainers.
 
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