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Learn FrenchWelcome to our guide to learning French. Whether you're living in France or just visiting, there are articles covering vital phrases to get you through your time there and glossaries of French technical terms.

If you want to learn French seriously then browse our directory of French language services and find a course to suit you.

View all our articles on the French language near the bottom of the page if you can't find what you're looking for in this section.

 

Useful French phrases

If you're travelling to France and need to know some key French phases you should check out these articles and more below.

About the French language

Find articles here about the French language and other useful pieces of information on learning French.

French technical terms

If you're moving to France or living there already you'll need to be aware of some technical terms to help you in certain situations.

French language courses

Serious about learning French? Browse our language schools directory or read about French courses and apps.

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French courses in France. Learn French in style

Nothing typifies France more than the fabulous cuisine and the romantic sound of the language. So, we thought why not combine the two? As our happy clients will testify we aim to provide you with fantastic immersion French courses that also give you the opportunity to take away the art of French cuisine.

To Vouvoyer or to Tutoyer?

  When you’re talking French in France, many Brits are confused which version of ‘you’ to use – the polite ‘vous’ or the more familiar ‘tu’ – it’s a socio-political minefield!   On paper, the rules appear steadfast. You should

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Valentine’s Day in France

It’s the day to say “je t’aime”… or maybe to go out have fun with your friends or stay in with a good book by Simone de Beauvoir. Comme Une Française explains Valentine’s Day in France

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Talking about sad topics in French

When sad events happen, it is difficult to find the words to express our support or sympathy in French. It is never easy, even in our own language. How should we react? What can we say or do to help?

Learn French in an ancient monastery in Provence

Immersion course for adults combine a learning experience with the charm, sunshine, food and wine of Provence. No matter the goal you set for yourself, whether you are preparing yourself for settling in France, improving your job skills, or learning