Having just returned from working in Venezuela, where the rule of law is crumbling, I was almost as nervous about travelling to Paris with my two boys. My year-old son is all sweetness and light when not being bashed by his big brother — at which point he starts to shriek. I must be completely mad, I told myself, as the first vicious scrap broke out over who would have the bed closest to the wall socket. We started our trip by paying a few euros to take the Metro across town to Anvers station next to the Sacre Coeur. Stopping at a busy creperie next to the steep cobbled streets of Montmartre, which lead up to a towering Roman Catholic basilica, we bought incredible chocolate ice cream and waffles covered in Nutella to fuel our trek to the top.
Standard French Language Course + Cooking Classes in France
Standard French Course + Cooking Classes for Teenagers | ILA - France
Our French Standard course combined with a cooking course for teenagers is ideal as an introduction to French gastronomy and for helping you to practise the language. Your 8 weekly cooking lessons, supervised by a gourmet chef, will allow you to unlock the secrets of French cooking to share with your friends once back home! During your Standard course you will work on all the skills of the French language reading, listening, writing, speaking. Your 8 cooking lessons, with a gourmet chef, will allow you to practice language learning while learning to cook and of course enjoying good products. French lessons are available at all levels , from level A1 Beginner to C2 level experienced , and it is our placement test that ensures you are put into a class that corresponds to your level.
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A dazzling coastline stretching from Nice to the small harbor town of Beaulieu-sur-Mer exemplifies the best of the French Riviera. The bustling beaches, lush palm trees, colorful buildings, and alluring markets make it hard not to get swept up in this chic lifestyle. During your month abroad in Nice you are sure to get a taste of this fine standard of living. In fact, after four weeks of living amongst the locals you may find yourself feeling a little, if not very, glamorous indeed.
French Immersion camps for teens in 8 superb destinations. Over the last 30 years it has consistently proved itself, welcoming over 7, students a year from all over the world. I improved my French and I met some really nice people who always helped me during my stay.