Basic French courses

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French basic courses

  • In the basic French A1 and A2 courses, you can build up and expand your French skills step by step. The varied lessons ensure that you expand your oral and written vocabulary and gain confidence in communication.

  • The basic courses consist of two semesters. In the course you will work with a course book and a work book. The course books are not included in the course price.

  • The teaching focus is mainly on expanding the vocabulary and includes conversation exercises, listening and reading comprehension, as well as grammar and written exercises.

  • In a small study group you will make rapid progress and you will be able to apply what you have learned in your work and everyday life within a very short time.

  • Entry into the course is possible at any time. A maximum of 8 people can participate per course.


Basic course A1

A1 courses are suitable if you have little or no previous knowledge. You will learn the basics for common everyday situations.


Basic course A2

A2 courses are suitable if you have little prior knowledge. You expand your knowledge of general everyday situations.


What our customers say


Mirjam K.

The lessons at Smarttalk were very good!
Due to the individual course design, I was able to benefit a lot in the short but intensive time.

Liz H.

I made a conscious decision to use Smart Talk because the groups are smaller and the support is simply great!

Samuel M.

I am very satisfied with Jade as the course director. She does a great job. I enjoy attending the course with her.

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