Here’s a quiz question: Which is the only language spoken across 5 continents in the world? English? Nope. Spanish? Try again.
Yes! It’s French.
For centuries French has remained the language of high culture, science, art, fashion, gastronomy, and philosophy. The language is rooted in its ideals of the French Revolution- Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity- that have seeped into its very nature. From France to Quebec, Belgium to Senegal, Guadeloupe, in the Caribbean to French Guyana, in South America, the unique sounds of French emanate from over 300 million lips every day.
Our French course will take you from the very basics of French to its soaring heights as lined out by the DELF and DALF structure – the standardized diplomas awarded by the French Ministry of Education to prove the French-language skills of non-French candidates. With interactive online sessions based on a calendar, students will follow a well-laid-out structure of language learning.
Check out the Course Calendar section to find out what French courses are available at the Babel School of Languages!
Fascinated by all things French but still a little unsure of taking up the A1 course?
Our Bonjour France course is a 30-hour syllabus with daily/weekend online live interactions, that teaches you the basics in French and sets you up to read, write, and speak an acceptable level of Beginner’s French. A great way to get a birds-eye view of the language.
Class Size – Maximum of 8-10 students.
Our French certification follows the DELF and DALF stucture – the standardized diplomas awarded by the French Ministry of Education to prove the French-language skills of non-French candidates. With interactive online sessions based on a calendar, students will follow a well laid-out structure of language learning.
The DELF A1.2 which takes over from where the Beginner’s course ends, teaches you the next level of vocabulary, grammar and written/spoken expression skills that are required by the A1 level in DELF. The DELF A1.1 course is for 45 hours.
The DELF A2 expands on your linguistic skills as you have fun talking about past experiences, making wild hypotheses, learning to pick up nuances in written and spoken texts.
The DELF A2.1 is for 40 hours and the DELF A2.1 is for 60 hours.