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ABOUT OUR LANGUAGE COURSES

WICE offers French and English language classes plus French, English, and German guided discussions groups. Language courses are offered from October through June, except during Christmas holidays and official public holidays.

WICE also offers a French Summer Intensive course in July, scheduled for July 15 to 24, 2020.

Classes have a maximum of 10 students.

During the confinement, classes are being held on-line. We will return to the WICE classroom after restrictions on movement are lifted.

PRE-EVALUATION

Before enrolling for a language-learning course for the first time, please complete our online Placement Evaluation. It will collect your responses and display your final score sending a notice to Languages Dept. This evaluation will help you to choose the right course level. Should you have questions thereafter, or are unsure which course to take, please email us at languages@wice-paris.org.

English Placement Test

French Placement Test

  • Level 1: No or few notions of the language.
  • Level 2: Elementary knowledge of grammar and vocabulary, capable of making simple sentences with errors, hesitation and limited vocabulary.
  • Level 3: Capable of having a conversation on familiar topics and routine situations, with some errors. Ability to deal with simple, straightforward information.
  • Level 4: Capable of having a near fluent conversation on a wide range of topics. Strong vocabulary with few mistakes.

Upcoming Events

    • 15 Jul 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 24 Jul 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 8 sessions
    • Remote online, details will be emailed directly to you for access
    • 1
    Register

    Improve your French conversation skills this summer with eight days in a fun and interactive advanced beginner conversation class. Lessons will focus on conversation and speaking practice to give you the confidence to move beyond basic interactions.

    Lessons will include grammar, vocabulary and cultural components. The class will meet for two hours a day, over eight weekdays for 16 classroom hours from Wednesday July 15 to Friday, July 24.

    Small class size of between five to eight people ensure individual attention and plenty of opportunities to practice your new skills.

    The class is for those with advanced beginner to low intermediate knowledge of French. (A2 to B1). Before registering for the program you may want to check if the level is right for you using the French Placement Test. We recommend that you take this assessment once, without assistance or study aids.

    About the Instructor: Audrey Charmont has a Masters in Marketing and Communications as well as a DAEFLE (French as a Foreign Language). She has French teaching experience in France and abroad. For the past twelve years, she has built a combined business.

    Photo Credit: Nancy Cooper Elshikha

    • 15 Jul 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 24 Jul 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 8 sessions
    • Remote online, details will be emailed directly to you for access
    • 1
    Register

    Perfect your French language skills this summer with eight days in a fun and interactive intermediate/advanced French class. Lessons will focus on conversational interactions with a focus on pronunciation and informal French to help you sound like a native speaker. Lessons will cover advanced grammar points and insights into the French point of view with activities based on the history of France and French humor.

    The class will meet for two hours a day, over eight weekdays for 16 classroom hours from Wednesday July 15 to Friday, July 24. Small class size of five to eight people ensures individual attention and plenty of opportunities to practice your new skills. The class is for those with intermediate to advanced knowledge of French. (B2 to A1) Before registering for the program you may want to check if the level is right for you using the French Placement Test. We recommend that you take this assessment once, without assistance or study aids.

    About the Instructor: Audrey Charmont has a Masters in Marketing and Communications as well as a DAEFLE (French as a Foreign Language). She has French teaching experience in France and abroad. For the past twelve years, she has built a combined business.

    Photo Credit: Nancy Cooper Elshikha

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