Langue Onze Toulouse - Learn French in France:
Learn French in France with Langue Onze Toulouse. We are a small, friendly language school in Toulouse in the south-west of France and offer intensive and extensive courses throughout the year and in sunny vibrant city of Toulouse. Our intensive French courses are held in small groups of 5 to 10 students per class. This limited class size allows the teachers to adapt the course to the students' needs and to encourage every student to speak French. Our courses are designed for all nationalities and all levels of knowledge of French. Our teaching methods immerse the student in present day French. The courses make use of a wide range of materials developed by the teaching staff or adapted from existing manuals and methods. Enjoy our French courses in Toulouse with experienced French language teachers: all native teachers with university degrees in teaching French as a Foreign Language (FLE) and with background in other fields such as theatre, literature, linguistics and music.
What the student can expect to master at completion of each French course level:
A1 - Introduction to French (Débutant)
for those who’ve never studied French or know a few words
Recognize in speech and in writing the basic terms of self-presentation and common objects in the immediate environment (application form, signs and notices)
Make a formal introduction, orally or in writing; describe oneself, one's environment and one's companions in a rudimentary fashion. Greet a new person; make, accept or refuse an invitation; excuse oneself politely
A2 - Elementary (Survie)
Understand basic messages relating to daily life at home and at work (time of day, menus, habitual actions, directions)
Communicate basic needs and further develop the ability to describe oneself and one's environment (orientation in time and space)
B1 - Intermediate 1 (Seuil)
Gain access to news and information communicated via the media (newspapers, magazines, television); follow the general sense of common conversational exchanges
Express one's feelings, wishes, and motivations; make requests; establish a chronology of events and interpret facts from a personal perspective
B2 - Intermediate 2 (Autonomie)
Understand the essential points of a conversation involving recurrent themes; be able identify the positions and points of view of the speakers
Present a problem; clearly state an opinion; explain one's position; draft a formal letter
C1 - Advanced 1 (Efficacité)
Understand what is implied in the conversation of others; follow all types of communication with relative ease
Develop an argument using the logical elements of time, location, intention, cause and effect, opposition, condition, and comparison; know how to adapt one's speech to a specific context
C2 - Advanced 2 (Maîtrise)
In all circumstances, comprehend immediately and usually completely the intended message; adapt to different styles of writing and accents
Develop a personal rhetoric; give a precise explanation; present an objective report with detailed analyses
The Intensive French courses are held in small groups of 6 to a maximum of 12 students per class. This limited class size allows the teachers to adapt the course to the students' needs and to encourage every student to speak French.
French language courses take place in our centre in Toulouse year-round.
The Intensive French courses consist of 20 group lessons of 50 minutes per week, Monday through Friday.
Minimum contract: 2 weeks
Minimum group: 6 persons
Maximum group: 12 persons
On the first day of the course, the school will provide students with an information packet about the school and what to see, how to get around, as well as upcoming events in Toulouse. After a welcome meeting and a brief introduction to the school, students will join a group at their level.
During the first week, new arrivals are invited on a walking tour of Toulouse, led by our staff, with an introduction to the city centre and useful services in the area of the school (public transportation, banks, internet cafés, bookstores, theatres, restaurants and clubs...), as well as a group lunch in a typical local restaurant.
* From 9:15 to 13:00 each morning, with a 15 minute pause at 11:00 each day, to encourage students from different groups to mingle and converse in French.
* In July and August, some levels of the Intensive French course are held in the afternoon from 13:15 to 17:00, with a 15 minute pause at 15:00. Your course schedule will be determined by the teaching director.
The Combined course is organized in the same way as the Intensive course.
Designed for individuals with limited time to spend on a French course. Intensive course in group in the morning + individual lessons, one-to-one with a teacher, in the afternoon. Choose the standard Combined course with 4 private hours per week, or the Super Combined course, with 6, 8 or 10 private hours per week.
Coursework in the individual hours is tailored to meet the student's specific goals. This option is popular with people who can stay only a short time in Toulouse, as well as those preparing specific exams or needing specialized terminology in their field.
We offer a variety of formulas — see our dates and prices on the next page. See also our specialized courses for law, business and technical applications.
Minimum contract: 1 week
Note: The one-week combined course is not available for Absolute Beginners in French.
These French Courses are designed for individuals living and working in Toulouse. Modules are held as 12-week sessions.
* Learning materials
* Tandem language exchange service
* Accident insurance
* Attestation of participation
* Optional final examination and certificate
Afternoon French classes:
The Course is adapted to the interests and schedule of "Au Pairs", university students and professionals.
The DELF and DALF Diplomas: Exam Preparation:
The Diplôme d’Etudes en Langues Française (DELF) and the Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française (DALF) are diplomas granted by the French Ministry of National Education and are formally recognised by all universities and schools of French, both in France and abroad.
The DELF & DALF examinations can be taken in 900 approved examination centres in 154 countries, including France.
Our DELF and DALF preparation courses take place at key times of year, corresponding to the official examination dates in Toulouse, plus one summer session.
These intensive prep courses will familiarize you with the structure and general content of the examinations, working with the four major skill areas evaluated at each level: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
The DELF and DALF diploma examinations - How do they work?
The six diplomas that make up DELF and DALF are each independent, meaning that candidates can register directly for the examination that most closely corresponds to their current level in French. The DELF and DALF examinations are administered at official test centres throughout the world, including two centres in Toulouse.
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