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Hello,


I just moved to Geneva and am now on the look out for an intensive effective French course where I can learn how to speak, read and write.


I can see there are a number of language schools available and also courses at the university from time to time. 


I am interested in starting, preferably, within the next couple of weeks and learning about the pros and cons of different options. 


If you have experiences of specific language schools (to choose or not to choose), or can recommend a particular one, please get back to me.


With best regards, Malene


 


 

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Hello,


I just moved to Geneva and am now on the look out for an intensive effective French course where I can learn how to speak, read and write.


I can see there are a number of language schools available and also courses at the university from time to time. 


I am interested in starting, preferably, within the next couple of weeks and learning about the pros and cons of different options. 


If you have experiences of specific language schools (to choose or not to choose), or can recommend a particular one, please get back to me.


With best regards, Malene


 


 


malene molding nFeb 14, 2018 @ 17:59
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Hello Malene,


I personally learned french in Geneva by goign to iFage, a private school in the Plainpalais area (Augustin tram stop). Have a look at their website for courses: https://www.ifage.ch/.


I've taken the intensive courses, each module is 5 weeks, 5 times a week from 9 to 12 in the morning. and it used to be around 1000chf 10 years ago.


 


I highly recommend this school.


Good luck

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Hello Malene,


I personally learned french in Geneva by goign to iFage, a private school in the Plainpalais area (Augustin tram stop). Have a look at their website for courses: https://www.ifage.ch/.


I've taken the intensive courses, each module is 5 weeks, 5 times a week from 9 to 12 in the morning. and it used to be around 1000chf 10 years ago.


 


I highly recommend this school.


Good luck


Sinan, Feb 15, 2018 @ 07:54
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Dear Sinan,


 


Thank you,I will check out the web site.


 


With best regards, malene

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Dear Sinan,


 


Thank you,I will check out the web site.


 


With best regards, malene


malene molding n, Feb 15, 2018 @ 11:02
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Recently I did a 2-week french intensive course at UNIGE. It was great! Lots of speaking, listening and interaction. It's 3h morning class + 1.5h afternoon class. Pretty intensive considering I need to study and do the homework in the evening. Do check out their summer intensive courses. 


A friend recommended Association decouvrir. Do note that it's too late to enroll in any classes now and the next semester starts in april. 

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Recently I did a 2-week french intensive course at UNIGE. It was great! Lots of speaking, listening and interaction. It's 3h morning class + 1.5h afternoon class. Pretty intensive considering I need to study and do the homework in the evening. Do check out their summer intensive courses. 


A friend recommended Association decouvrir. Do note that it's too late to enroll in any classes now and the next semester starts in april. 


Melissa Wong, Feb 23, 2018 @ 18:41
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Hi,


www.learn-french-geneva.com


glocals memebers' reviews here:


http://www.glocals.com/guides/biz/learn-french-geneva/

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Hi,


www.learn-french-geneva.com


glocals memebers' reviews here:


http://www.glocals.com/guides/biz/learn-french-geneva/


hay_, Feb 24, 2018 @ 06:32
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Bonjour,


I would be happy to help you with your French, i am teaching online with Skype, if this is something you would be interested too, please visit my website www.frenchviaskype.com to see how it works. We could put in place an intensive course.


Merci à vous !

Laure
www.frenchviaskype.com

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Bonjour,


I would be happy to help you with your French, i am teaching online with Skype, if this is something you would be interested too, please visit my website www.frenchviaskype.com to see how it works. We could put in place an intensive course.


Merci à vous !

Laure
www.frenchviaskype.com


Laure Brosson, Jul 30, 2018 @ 07:59
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Dear Malene,


Welcome to beautiful Geneva!


I am the founder of school Language Coaching Geneva and would be happy to teach you French to get you speaking asap!


You are welcome to check out our website and social medias to read some of our client's very positive feedback.


For beginners, i highly recommend 1-1 courses simply because your teacher is able to tailor the course 100% to you, your style, pace, schedule and objectives. At a later stage, group lessons is also a goog idea. I will be glad to also ensure that you lead a happy life in Geneva and as a true Swiss/Genevoise, I can help you with almost anything you may need.


Feel free to contact me via the website and send me a pm should you like to discuss further.


Have a lovely day!Laughing


www.languagecoachinggeneva.ch

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Dear Malene,


Welcome to beautiful Geneva!


I am the founder of school Language Coaching Geneva and would be happy to teach you French to get you speaking asap!


You are welcome to check out our website and social medias to read some of our client's very positive feedback.


For beginners, i highly recommend 1-1 courses simply because your teacher is able to tailor the course 100% to you, your style, pace, schedule and objectives. At a later stage, group lessons is also a goog idea. I will be glad to also ensure that you lead a happy life in Geneva and as a true Swiss/Genevoise, I can help you with almost anything you may need.


Feel free to contact me via the website and send me a pm should you like to discuss further.


Have a lovely day!Laughing


www.languagecoachinggeneva.ch


Rachelle P, Aug 2, 2018 @ 12:24
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There are many online teaching resources available in the online market but I suggest you to 'Select My Tutor' where well qualified french teachers will learn language from basic to professional level. They will teach you about how to speak and write with grammar updates in french language.

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There are many online teaching resources available in the online market but I suggest you to 'Select My Tutor' where well qualified french teachers will learn language from basic to professional level. They will teach you about how to speak and write with grammar updates in french language.


Leesa Johnson, Aug 9, 2018 @ 12:42
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Hello, Malene! Can you tell me wich school you chosed and how it is? I want toi, to attent an intensive french cours and I am still searching . Thank you

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Hello, Malene! Can you tell me wich school you chosed and how it is? I want toi, to attent an intensive french cours and I am still searching . Thank you


Maria Alecsoiu, Aug 13, 2018 @ 19:29
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Privates lessons are the best, if you can afford them. Otherwise iFage and other schools are a good start too.


Like any other language, it depends on how much time and effort you put into it. There are tons of online free resources that can complement your lessons. I particulary enjoy "Français avec Pierre" in youtube.


I'd say having a good teacher who knows how to teach is the most important thing. There are a lot of mediocre teachers out there, so do not hesitate to change teachers until you find a good match.

Enthusiasm from your side will help you to do the extra effort. Music, cinema and books are a fun way to study as well. There are some books targeted for foreign students with limited/simplified vocabulary.  I've read a lot of them and it helped me to dive into French literature. You'll find the great classics such as Victor Hugo, Dumas, Jules Verne, etc. You can buy these books in Fnac.

If you are lucky to interact with francophones, make the most of it, it's surely a great way to improve your learning.


Allez, courage!


 

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Privates lessons are the best, if you can afford them. Otherwise iFage and other schools are a good start too.


Like any other language, it depends on how much time and effort you put into it. There are tons of online free resources that can complement your lessons. I particulary enjoy "Français avec Pierre" in youtube.


I'd say having a good teacher who knows how to teach is the most important thing. There are a lot of mediocre teachers out there, so do not hesitate to change teachers until you find a good match.

Enthusiasm from your side will help you to do the extra effort. Music, cinema and books are a fun way to study as well. There are some books targeted for foreign students with limited/simplified vocabulary.  I've read a lot of them and it helped me to dive into French literature. You'll find the great classics such as Victor Hugo, Dumas, Jules Verne, etc. You can buy these books in Fnac.

If you are lucky to interact with francophones, make the most of it, it's surely a great way to improve your learning.


Allez, courage!


 


geojusto, Aug 14, 2018 @ 09:30
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Dear Malene, I am Swiss/Genevoise French private language coach and i would be happy to give you intensive French classes. You may read reviews on my website (www.languagecoachinggeneva.ch) and or on my facebook page Language Coaching Geneva.


All the best!

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Dear Malene, I am Swiss/Genevoise French private language coach and i would be happy to give you intensive French classes. You may read reviews on my website (www.languagecoachinggeneva.ch) and or on my facebook page Language Coaching Geneva.


All the best!


Rachelle P, Aug 14, 2018 @ 10:01
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