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Take an Online French Course with Lingoda

Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced, our language school has everything you need to learn French.

There are more than 300 million people in the world that speak French, as well as being an official language in countries that span through five continents. Moreover, French is the second most widely learned foreign language after English, and the fifth most widely spoken language in the world, as well as being the second most widely spoken language for business. France also operates the biggest international network of cultural institutes.

Why learn French with Lingoda?

There are plenty of advantages that come with choosing Lingoda for your online French courses. The online French classes offered by us are taught only by native-speaking teachers that will give you personalized feedback in real-time. In the online French courses, you will find that all the teachers provided by Lingoda are also fully certified and come with years of experience.

Have a look at Lingoda’s French Online Courses: Intensive French Courses, Immersive French Courses, French Private 1:1 Courses, French Conversation Courses, French Evening Classes for busy people, French Grammar Courses, French Reading Courses.

CEFR levels explained

At Lingoda, we follow the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) guideline. With the use of the CEFR, we can provide you with a structured set of accredited French courses online that can take you from a beginner level up to an upper intermediate level. The French language lessons go from level A1 to level B2. Here you will understand more about what these classes entail.

Absolute Beginner

A1

You will learn how to use familiar everyday expressions, as well as put together basic sentences.

The classes will also be able to teach you how to introduce yourself and others.

During the A1 course, you will learn to interact in a simple conversation.

Beginner

A2

During the A2 course, you will learn to understand familiar topics, such as groceries, sports, and family.

The course will educate you on communicating routine tasks.

By the end of the course, you will be able to describe your background and past experiences.

Intermediate

B1

The B1 course will help you learn how to discuss basic topics like work, school, etc.

During this course, you will apprehend to handle situations whilst traveling.

After the course, you will be able to understand texts on familiar topics.

Upper-Intermediate

B2

The B2 course will help you understand how to read complex texts.

You will be able to talk and communicate with native speakers.

By the end of the course, you should be able to write and explain various viewpoints, as well as argue on certain positions.

What type of French courses are offered by Lingoda

At Lingoda, we will be able to provide you with a vast array of choices for your accredited French courses online. You can choose between a private class and a group lesson with 2 to 4 other students. Depending on your language goals, you can also choose to take immersive or intensive French classes to learn the language fast. Whichever course you decide to take, you will be able to select from a list of classes that are available 24/7.

Easy steps to get started with Lingoda’s French Courses

Starting your courses with Lingoda is simple, first, you must choose a plan for your courses. You can pick from monthly, short-term, or even long-term plans. Then you take a placement test. The test is built to measure your language skills. After you have received your results, you will be able to book a class. You will be able to start learning instantly after you book your courses with our digital material that you can use to study and prepare for the class.

What are the benefits of CEFR?

Internationally recognised

Created by the Council of Europe, CEFR has become the benchmark for assessing linguistic ability throughout Europe and much of the world.

Standardised and structured

CEFR offers a standardised way of measuring knowledge, regardless of the language in question. It also provides a rounded education, covering learning activities such as listening, reading, speaking and writing.

A clear path to fluency

CEFR learners are divided into 3 levels (A, B, C), with each group divided into 2 sub-levels. So you can manage and track your progress easily.

How it works

1

Choose a plan

Select from a choice of monthly, short and intense or long-term plans

2

Take a placement test

Measure your language skills accurately with our quick and easy test

3

Book your class

Choose the topics that interest you and the times that suit your schedule

4

Start learning instantly

Download the materials before class and get the most out of your lesson

1

Choose a plan

Select from a choice of monthly, short and intense or long-term plans

2

Take a placement test

Measure your language skills accurately with our quick and easy test

3

Book your class

Choose the topics that interest you and the times that suit your schedule

4

Start learning instantly

Download the materials before class and get the most out of your lesson

Ready to start learning with Lingoda?

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Frequently asked questions

When you sign up for language classes with Lingoda, you will have all the material you need digitally available to you. At the end of each lesson, you will be able to find the digital material on your portal and you will get the chance to print it out, study it, and practice your French. You will also be able to find extra material and quizzes that can help you practice and learn the language outside of the class.

The time it takes for you to learn French will entirely depend on yourself. Lingoda will be able to provide you with a top-notch education and native-level speaking teachers who can guide you throughout the courses. However, it is all about the amount of practice and commitment involved that will define how long it will take you to become fluent in French.

If you want to learn French in a shorter period, you can start by reading a French book, watching a French series, and even by speaking to French native speakers outside of class.

Learning a new language is never easy, but French isn’t as hard as you may think. However, French grammar can be at times very confusing. French is known to be one of the more accessible languages, especially for North Americans and Europeans. There are plenty of similarities between French, English, Spanish, and other Romance languages. However, you still need to put in the work and commitment to fully achieve a fluent level of French during your time studying with Lingoda.

Knowing how to speak French is extremely useful. There are more than 300 million people that speak French, and you will be able to find native-French-speaking countries on five continents. Moreover, French is the second most widely used language in business, as well as being the main language used for many political and governmental institutions. Lastly, you will also find that French is one of the main languages used in the cultural industry as well.

Being able to speak French is an advantage when it comes to studying in France. Although there are a handful of courses that are taught in English, most of the courses are held in French. Moreover, being able to speak the language will allow you not only to understand the lesson but also to communicate with your classmates and teachers.

At Lingoda, we are proud to follow theCEFR guidelines and ensure to provide our students with the highest level of language learning quality for their French lessons. Therefore, it is important for us that you understand what the CEFR is. The CEFR stands for Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This is an internationally recognized guideline for language learning, and it will allow you to fully prepare for a language exam, as well as to become a fluent French speaker. The CEFR also allows us to give you a certificate of completion which gets accepted by numerous institutions globally. These are some of the main reasons why we find it important to follow the CEFR standards.

Before you start with your French lessons, you will need to keep in mind a few important things that come with learning a new language. The most important thing is that it will take time and the results will not be immediate. Make sure that you set some realistic goals for your language learning journey and keep in mind that sometimes you will need to put more effort into understanding one topic over another. If you want to pick up the language quicker, be prepared to listen and read before you feel entirely comfortable speaking and writing in French.

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