My company will pay for my course, would you provide me with an invoice?

Yes. You need to provide us with your company details. Please note that the payments must be cleared before you start the course.

What happens if I miss a lesson?

You will be provided with the lesson handouts. Any questions / clarification can be asked when you come back.  For one-to-one lessons, please give at least 24h notice so that your lesson is rescheduled without any additional charges. See terms and conditions.

Refund request

If you need to withdraw from a course, we will process refund requests are follows:

If the written refund request is received more than 1 week before the course starts, a full refund will be returned.

If the written request is received after you started the course or less than 1 week before the start, no refund will be made if you withdraw from a course. However, should you want to rejoin at a later date, your remaining credit will be taken into account.

When can I start?

Please contact Françoise. ( / 0044 7921391697)

How many countries speak French?

French is spoken by more than 300 million people around the world. It is the official language in 29 countries: France, Belgium, Romandy region of Switzerland, Luxembourg, Monaco, Democratic Republic of Congo, Madagascar, Cameroon, Ivory coast, Burkina Faso, Niger, Senegal, Mali, Rwanda, Guinea, Chad, Burundi, Benin, Togo, Central Africa Republic, Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Comoros, Equatorial Guinea, Djibouti, Seychelles, Vanuatu, Canada, Haiti and the French overseas regions of Guadeloupe, French Guinea, Martinique, Mayotte, Reunion.

French is also prominent in Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Mauritania, Louisiana, Maine, Lebanon, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.

What are the differences in the French language from Canada, Africa, Asia and Europe?

The differences lie mainly in the pronunciation and the vocabulary.  They are both influenced by neighbouring countries and local dialects.

In the Caribbean for e.g, there are numerous French languages based on the creole languages; in Lebanon, French and Arabic are mixed to give the Franbanais; while in Quebec, French lexis is very developed to avoid the use of English.

What sort of French will I be learning?

The French language from France.