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Level 3 / The Cellar Camino Café

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Ideal for those comfortable with the present tense and the future using aller (je vais danser) and with a vague understanding of the past tense. Join us to consolidate the past present and future tenses.

This course will run on Tuesdays

Face to face teaching is the priority though a return to zoom can be implemented swiftly if necessary.
Face to Face classes – 1 hour 30 minutes
Zoom classes – 1 hour 15 minutes

Please call Heather on 07842 206184 or email heather@languageforfun.uk to reserve your place.

What's included?
  • Free materials
  • Free online video support
  • Free parking
  • Free fun
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Course length: 10 lessons
Teacher: Heather

    
Improver - Level 3 Course Information
Starting Date: 21/09/2021
Lesson Duration: 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
This is a 10 week course running from the 21st September - 30th November 2021. There will be a 1 week break mid term to correspond with half term holidays. Please call Heather on 07842 206184 or email heather@languageforfun.uk to reserve your place.
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The Cellar Camino Café The Burys,
Off Bridge Street,
Godalming,
Surrey,
GU7 1HR
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Heather Languages taught:
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Tuition levels:
Beginner Improver Intermediate Advanced
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Bonjour, je m’appelle Heather.
After 20 years of living in France I returned to the Uk in 2017.

My own experience of learning french involved so much comedy that upon resettling in the UK I chose to teach with the Language For Fun method specifically because it is angled towards making the learning enjoyable.

When I moved to France I had just a handful of basic words, like please, thank you, hello, goodbye, house, baguette and bicycle! I spent 22 years there completely submerged in the culture, rarely speaking English.
In middle school I had worked hard at being ignored during the very few french lessons I was obliged to take, so I surprised everyone (myself included) by learning my french in situ and by loving every minute of it.
The happy result is that having made all the classic mistakes that English people make, I am now fully trained to help you avoid each and everyone of them.