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Why Learn French with Language Must?
Are you working with French speaking people? Do you want to apply with a French company or for a research fellowship in France? Do you want to learn about language and culture of one of the world’s biggest economies? No matter what your motivation, French offers exciting opportunities! Enrolling in one of our regular French Group classes is not only the most economic, but as many of our students say, also the most fun way to learn French. Join a French group class now and benefit of Language Must’s unique teaching strategy: Native-speaker teachers, small group sizes and our personalised approach to students.

Exam Preparation
Many of our customers want to work towards an officially recognised French language certificate. Since our language courses run along the lines of CEFR (see below), students can register for the official Diploma in French Studies (DELF) at the appropriate time of their course. We have extensive experience preparing students for all levels of these exams.

Levels of Language Learning
At the initial levels A1 & A2, students learn to communicate familiar, routine topics, such as introducing themselves, asking for directions and going shopping.

As students progress through B1 & B2, they learn to express themselves in more complex situations, e.g. stating and explaining their opinions. Developing a feel for the language, students communicate with increasing fluency and require less help during conversations.

C1 & C2 levels are required for academic or professional purposes. Students communicate fluently and without much searching for expressions and are able to understand different meanings within conversations and expressions.

Find a detailed breakdown of the CEFR levels here.

Time Required
Exactly how much time it takes to clear one level depends on a number of factors including the student’s experience with foreign languages and availabilities as well as course type chosen. In our experience, 40-60 hours for A1 and A2 levels and 60-80 hours for B1 and B2 levels is a realistic estimate.

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