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Est. in Los Feliz in 2006, we are a group of truly local French teachers offering private in-person, hybrid, and online French classes ($39 hourly) and some amazing Group Classes ($227). One of our award-winning teachers is probably your neighbor!
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FUN (FREE) FRENCH EVENTS FOR STUDENTS
Meet up with other students at our French Movie nights and other fun (free) events.
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This isn’t your high-school language class, we will make sure you learn things like slang and important cultural differences. We aim to offer compelling group courses like French New Wave Cinema, and French Book club to keep our more advanced students engaged.
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LEARNING FRENCH REQUIRES A PERSONAL CONNECTION:
Your Strømmen French tutor that will not only help you master the language, but also make a new friend. Learning a language is about so much more than grammar and textbooks. It’s about connecting with other humans. We know that our instructors are a cut above the rest, with in terms of experience, teaching skill and that certain je ne said quoi. We will help you order food in French like a pro for an upcoming trip, or support you to achieve a life long dream of native level fluency. Sign up for private French classes for a more catered and flexible experience, or enroll in a group for a more social environment. Either way, see you at one of our Extracurricular activities like French Movie Night or Wine Tastings.
Meet our Amazing French Instructors:
The best French teachers in Los Angeles choose to work with Strømmen. It’s no surprise that Strømmen has been ranked the #1 Language School in Los Angeles for over 10 years (based on Yelp and Google reviews).
Bonjour! Je m'appelle Helene- my name is Helene. I am originally from a part of France called Brittany, on the northwestern coast. I went to college and Conservatory there and graduated with a degree in Music and another in Literature, two of my greatest passions. My love of adventure took me to California and Mexico in 1995 - I fell in love with the city of San Francisco and ended up staying for good. I taught French and Music in French-American schools in the Bay Area for many years, while also working on my craft as a singer-songwriter, writing, recording and performing regularly. I believe that learning a language is very similar to learning music - and private instruction allows for fast progress and a format that caters to the student's needs and interests. I am looking forward to hepling you along you on this linguistic and cultural adventure!Locations: Los Feliz, Hollywood, Los Angeles
I was born and raised in France. I arrived in the United States in 2000 with my family and became a US citizen in 2010. Every year, I make it a point to visit France at least once. This allows me to stay connected not only to my family and friends but also to the wonderful French culture, aspects of which I am then able to share with my students. I am very passionate about French grammar and structure, not to mention literature and culture, and I have been able to pass on this enthusiasm to my students as well. When I teach, I try to communicate clearly, patiently, and with belief in my students. My goal is to always make learning both interesting and fun. I encourage my students in a supportive environment so they can learn and express themselves without fear or intimidation.Locations: Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Marina Del Rey, Venice, Los Angeles, West La, West Los Angeles, Culver City, Pacific Palisades, Ladera Hieghts
Bonjour ! My name is Nima and I was born and bred in Paris, where I've graduated in History, Communication and Journalism from the Sorbonne. I have since moved to the LA region, where I've been tutoring French for the past year and a half, both one-on-one and to small groups of students of all ages and all levels. I've done so following the TPRS (Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling) method, which states that foreign languages should be acquired naturally, just as one's mother tongue, rather than learned by heart, in an abstract way. A highly conversation- and interaction-driven (unlike what its name might imply) method that aims at being the closest possible to immersion in a foreign country, TPRS also helps beginners in gaining self-confidence, by realizing how much French vocabulary they already have, since it thoroughly relies on ï¿½ cognates ï¿½ ï¿½ those hundreds, if not thousands of French words you already know from English, thanks to William the Conqueror! However, I constantly tailor my classes to my students' will and needs. So if you are already at an intermediate or advanced level, we would mostly use conversation about articles and texts dealing with your interests. These provide new vocabulary, as well as idiomatic expressions that are more in touch with the evolution of the target language than many textbooks are. I also value the fact that they allow to study grammar in context and in a more personalized way, by targeting the student's difficulties and devoting time to the rules he or she doesn't master yet. But enough said about me! Why don't you tell me about your needs, difficulties, and the reasons of your interest in learning French? I look forward to hearing about them, in order to help you as accurately as I can.Locations: Los Angeles, Los Feliz, Anaheim, Fullerton
As a young, beret-wearing girl in Chicago, I always knew I was bound for France one day. Fast forward a few decades, after living in Prague studying Czech and fine arts, after living in Panama as a language and art teacher and writing for an eco-tourism journal, I soon found my way to Marseilles, France teaching for 8+ years while exploring the dynamic and vivid intricacies of the Mediterranean culture. I have taught in public and private schools, colleges and universities, community centers and language centers, in living rooms and in web classrooms. Wherever we are, I am dedicated to tailoring the class to your specific needs, desires and of course who you are! As an attentive and adapative instructor, I am determined to expanding the experience of learning beyond those traumatic memories of high school French class and helping you feel comfortable as a communicator. The student-teacher exchange is a professional one, but it sure doesn't need to be boring or stressful! Language is a simply an aspect of culture, so let's explore the ins and outs. Who knows, I might even share my favorite quiche recipe! (Note: Erin's rates are higher)Locations: Koreatown, Los Feliz, Hollywood, Larchmont Village, Echo Park, Downtown
Bonjour! Ciao! My name is Mylène and I am a native French and Italian speaker. I was raised in Italy in a French family and have always been exposed to different languages and cultures. I hold a Bachelor of Science Degree in Languages and Media with a major in Marketing. I started teaching French to college students when I was 17 years old. Since then I have taught French to people of different backgrounds, ages and language proficiency. I tailor my classes in order to meet my students’ goals. I started teaching Italian when I came to the United States in 2003. Since then I have taught Italian to people of different backgrounds, ages and language proficiency. I tailor my classes in order to meet my students’ goals. I love teaching adults as well as kids of any age. While working in a French preschool, I was amazed by the ability kids have to pick up a language so fast. I enjoy creating a personal and fun learning experience and I truly care about my students’ achievements. I can’t wait to have my first conversation in French or Italian with you! A bientôt! A presto!Locations: Century City, Westwood, Brentwood, Beverly Hills, West Los Angeles
Bonjour , I am Stephanie and I was born in the beautiful and warm "ville rose"(pink city) of Toulouse! I graduated in Foreign Languages and International Business and in French litterature and philosophy. I studied Latin for 5 years and it helped me to learn the roots of my native language but also to develop my passion in linguistics and languages. I started teaching French more than 15 years ago to individuals of all ages including children from 3 year old but also to corporations and companies like LVMH UK, Christian Dior Couture UK, Bankers Association (BBA) in London and in Los Angeles to many people working in the entertainment industry. I have taught French as a foreign language in London , Paris and Los Angeles. I love teaching French in a relaxed atmosphere with a fun and energetic approach and I will make the grammar as easy as possible for you to learn. I also speak German and a little bit of Japanese and Spanish. My favorite hobby is visual arts! I am looking forward to teaching you how to think and speak as French people do very quickly! A bientot 🙂Locations: Bel Air, Studio City, Encino, Sherman Oaks, Toluca Lake, Laurel Canyon, Coldwater Canyon, Benedict Canyon, Mullholand Drive, North Hollywood, Burbank
Bonjour, Je m'appelle Fabrinne, my name is Fabrinne. I am a French native from the south of France, Marseilles but I was born near Versailles and I lived in Paris and Strasbourg, a city close to Germany. I have a degree in Communications and studied Childhood Education. I have been living in US for about 12 years and teaching for about the same time. I have experience teaching children as well as adults. I have been teaching numerous students working in the entertainment industry and corporations like Universal Studios and Sony. In the past, I have worked on projects as a language specialist for Yahoo and Shopzilla. Teaching is my passion, sharing my culture, helping students to reach their goals or helping teens with their studies is what I love to do. I understand the challenges of learning another language but I will help you to achieve whatever your goals are, whether it’s get around for a trip to France, becoming more fluent or understanding and mastering French grammar. I make every class an exciting and enjoyable experience!Locations: North Hollywood, Los Feliz, Los Angeles
My name’s Paolo, I was born in Rome and grew up in Italy and Belgium. I lived in many European cities, and I am passionate about cultures and how their connections show up in languages, art, cinema and literature. I moved to Los Angeles last year and love the Southern California vibe. I enjoy helping students learn Italian and French, and supporting them in their progress, whether their goal is to organize their next trip to Venice, to read Victor Hugo in French or to better prepare for a class. Ciao!Locations: Brentwood, West La, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Westwood, Culver City, Los Angeles
Hi! My name is Maria, I was born and raised in the beautiful city of Montreal. French & Spanish are both my “First language”. Growing up I loved languages and by 6th grade I was trilingual. I’m curious by nature and wanted to discover the world and its beautiful cultures so I decided to travel as much as I could and moved to Guatemala, the land of my ancestors, for 6 months and was able to teach English and French in an Academy. Then I went to Spain to study for a year while doing my Bachelor in Psychology & Sociology. I graduated from the Université de Montreal and relocated to this beautiful city after marrying the man of my dreams (sigh). I’m able to translate for all three languages in different settings, big or small groups, I also have experience teaching young children, teens, adults and now... Puppies! I can’t wait to meet you and start our journey together! A bientôt! Hasta Pronto!Locations: North Hollywood, Valley Village, Burbank, Studio City, Toluca Lake
Bonjour! My name is Selina. I was born in the USA, and grew up in France. My mother is French, and my father is Egyptian. I studied Languages and Management in France and in England. I am a certified language teacher for adults, and have also taken courses to teach languages to children in Paris. I have been teaching languages (ESL, French, and Italian) since 2006 in Cambridge (UK), Ancona (Italy), Paris (France), and Orange County, to adults as well as children. I am passionate about languages, especially grammar! Languages are rich in history, culture, and variations. It is with passion that I teach these languages!Locations: Newport Beach, Orange County, Irvine, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Santa Ana, Laguna Beach, Laguna Woods, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Mission Viejo, Orange, Anaheim, Westminster
Bonjour! My name is Fabrice and soon you'll be able to say it correctly ! I grew up in the South of France near St Tropez, I lived in London for one year, in Los Angeles for 10 years and I currently live in France. I am passionate about music, cinema, travel, languages and science. I love being part of my students learning process. I learned English the hard way when I moved to London so I have an appreciation for all the obstacles that prevent someone from learning a language efficiently. I have been teaching adults in person and online for the last ten years. I like to be flexible in the way I teach so if you're an advanced student and/or you know what kind of learning style you like, I am happy to adapt. Otherwise we will be covering everything: speaking, reading, oral comprehension, grammar, vocab, conjugaison, small talks and idioms. I encourage my students to use all kind of tools: books, work sheets, videos, songs, podcasts until we find out what works best for them. I am looking forward to helping you learn the French language!Locations: Los Angeles, Los Feliz, Silverlake, Echo Park, Hollywood, Korea Town, Glendale
Bonjour à tous! My name is Maryam, and I’m Persian. I love everything about French, the musicality, the pronunciation and the culture embedded in it. After receiving my bachelor’s degree in French language from university Allameh tabatabaei and DELF diploma, I moved to Montreal, Canada to enrich my knowledge in French. While studying at the University of Montreal to get my certificate in French as a second language, two of my articles were selected to be published in livre "Marathon d’ecrit", it’s like a trophy to me. I’ve translated many articles for magazines and newspapers in my country and taught French to candidates to immigrate to Canada. Also, I’ve been working as a swimming instructor and life guard for more than 14 years, so I have experience in teaching challenging skills to all ages! I am looking forward to sharing all my knowledge of this beautiful and lovely language with you.Locations: Encino, Tarzana, Reseda, Lake Balboa, Sherman Oaks, Woodland Hills
I am a certified teacher in French and Philosophy, agent of the Academy of Paris and The Ministry of National Education. I am a graduate from Sorbonne University of Paris, in Philosophy, Dramaturgy & Filmology, specialized in the Arts and Metaphysics. I taught French and Philosophy over 20 years in prestigious Lycees such Jules Ferry or St Paul in Paris and Le Lycee Français in Los Angeles. I also worked in the most difficult neighborhoods of Paris. I love to teach all ages from two years and up. Lately, I have even taught infants in a “Mommy and Me” class at Le Jardin des Enfants, a French preschool in Los Angeles where I was the main teacher for 3 years. In Paris, I earned highest honors for my research entitled ‘How to teach images in Preschool’. My dissertation has been graded summa cum laude and has been published in the teachers’ Library in Paris. I am also a Professional director and actress. I have produced, written and directed numerous of documentaries for French TV channels based on children, school, music, art, and culture… My artistic skills and my large experience with kids offer to my students of all ages a more creative and fun way to learn and give them more opportunity to overcome any challenges.Locations:
Hi there! I’m passionate about foreign languages, and I want to share my experience and knowledge with my students! Originally from Paris, France, I had the chance to live in several countries including Argentina and Mexico (I currently live in Guadalajara, Mexico). I studied an MBA both in France and in Argentina and, I also trained large teams in big American companies such as Apple, Ford Motor Company or Groupon which allows me today to be very rigorous in my work. On the other hand, I have supported several students and helped them to improve their level of French and Spanish, according to their expectations and personal projects. Finally, I am also a student: I take Italian and Arabic private lessons because my dream would be to be fluent in at least 5 languages! For all these reasons I will be fully able to understand your needs, your difficulties and I would be happy to help you to achieve your expectations. I know that learning a language takes a lot of time and effort and sometimes it can discourage students. My job will be to make the lessons interesting, fun and structured in order to keep your motivation intact and make you achieve your dream of being fluent in one of these two languages!!! During the sessions we will have some fun and challenging tasks to help us reach your goal of speaking a new foreign language. We are going to work, play, learn hard and have fun in the process. I have high expectations for all of my students and I am committed to assisting them with the expectations required of the course! The format of our class will be highly structured and will provide students with the flexibility to choose amongst various projects and topics. In addition to regular projects and homework, I will be expecting all work assigned in class to be completed at home. Lastly, I love swimming, photography, aviation (I am about to get my PPL) and I am a huge fan of Roger Federer! I also enjoy travelling and eating French pastries! I look forward to meeting you soon!Locations: Online
Salut! Je m’appelle Sophie! I developed a love of French language and culture very early on—since both my aunt and cousins were born and raised in Paris. I attended Columbia University and then Stony Brook University—graduating Summa Cum Laude with a BA in Theatre Performance and a Minor in French Language. I was a French TA throughout college, and I found that I very much enjoyed helping students one-on-one. I later went on to study French language and literature in the medieval city of Montpellier in southern France, and since then have been able to visit my cousins in Paris relatively frequently. I even had the opportunity to perform with a theatre company from NYC in a half French/half English production of Henry V in the town of Agincourt (Azincourt, en français) in Northern France, to commemorate the 600th anniversary of the famous battle that took place there. While I am also a professional actor, in 2020 I was drawn back to my love of tutoring and helping students master the French language. I was able to experience the joy of introducing young children and beginner foreign language learners to French—and found that incorporating French music and French cuisine made the experience particularly rich. In terms of methodology, I have never believed that one generalized teaching technique fits all; it has been my experience that different individuals learn in different ways. Therefore I think it is very important at the outset to listen carefully to what each student desires to achieve, and the things that they tend to struggle with—and then specifically tailor one’s approach from there. To me, that is the major advantage of one-on-one learning. I can’t wait to embark on this exciting French language journey together! À bientôt!Locations: Valley Village, North Hollywood, Studio City, Sherman Oaks
I am a proud advocate of multiculturality. My ancestry and family history have strong intercultural roots (French, Spanish, Italian and Mexican). I remember my grandparents reading me different stories in three different languages and different places: French, Spanish and Italian. The first words I heard were in French from my mom, but my dad always insisted on teaching me both Spanish and Italian to somehow rival my mom culturally, so I did not lose track of my other backgrounds. When I was only 9 months old, my parents and I moved to France. I grew up in a beautiful city, the capital of France's Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region: Lyon. My dad’s job involved moving throughout France, Spain, Belgium, and Italy. Moving to northwestern Mexico (Chihuahua and Baja California) because my father inherited a ranch and a vineyard, did not represent a cultural shock but meeting instead the other part of me I was never able to discover while in Europe. I, thus, embrace cultural diversity, and would always love to bridge cultures through my job as a language tutor along with my mission as an internationalist whose flag is diversity, inclusion, and tolerance. So far, I have two majors: International Relations and French Language and Culture. Also, I am close to graduating with a BA in Italian Teaching, and one more in English Language Teaching. I simultaneously studied two of them and started college at age 16. I am currently writing the thesis of a master’s degree in International Cooperation at the University of Bologna, ranked oldest in the Western hemisphere, among the most prestigious in the world. I began tutoring French, Italian, Spanish and ESL when I was 16 years old. I have taught all these languages for about nine years, and I do not feel like stopping ever in my life. Every time I teach them, I become a cultural ambassador of the countries where they are spoken, which is a huge amount of land in the world. I love spending time surfing, jogging, hiking and occasionally trekking. I also enjoy cooking, listening to music and walking my three beautiful dogs by the beach. I would not tag myself in terms of leisure activities, as I could go from playing some video games, to watching a nice movie while having ice cream, or spending a Saturday rainy afternoon with friends at an art gallery or a music concert. I do not believe in a single teaching methodology. As a recent graduate of a BA in French language, I learned that combining teaching techniques and methodologies results in a more personalized teaching style, always aiming to tailor my teaching to the needs of my students. Notwithstanding, the communicative approach is a solid base of my practice. I was a language learner too. When I was learning English and German in Europe I really appreciated when I had a teacher who made me speak. So, I’ll make you speak. Finally, I highly recommend using “Alter Ego” and “Tendances” for French, “Chiaro” and “Caffè Italia” for Italian, “Aula Internacional”, “Nuevo Español en Marcha”, and “Gramática de Uso del Español” for Spanish and “Top Notch” for English. I take language tutoring seriously.Locations: Online
Bonjour ! I’m originally from Paris, France. I’m a professional French tutor, professor, professional director and actress. I am a graduate from Sorbonne University of Paris and L’ENSATT (École Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Techniques du Théâtre) . I lived in New York for over 10 years before moving to LA last year. In New York, I worked at Fordham University where I taught different French classes (grammar, conversation, acting…). I also work as a French public speaking coach for individuals and groups. As an actor, I've had a parallel career as a mentor and consultant in public speaking. I bring my expertise in acting and public speaking techniques to help students be more confident learning a new language. Theater is a good way to learn a new language and overcome the fear of speaking. I always try to make the link between knowledge and experience. My class is a space of knowledge and learning, but also a space of experience and creativity. I teach French with a fun and energetic approach. My lessons are structured and I cover everything: speaking, reading, oral comprehension, vocabulary to grammar and conjugaison. I use all kinds of support: Text books, books, newspapers, plays, videos, songs and podcasts.Locations: Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Torrance
Kareen is a native French Speaker from the Ivory Coast. She moved to Charlotte, at the age of 14 with her family. She went on to earn Undergraduate Degrees in Spanish and International Studies with a Concentration in European Studies as well as a Graduate Degrees in Public Administration from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Kareen is very passionate about the languages she knows and teaches. In addition to French and Spanish, Kareen also speaks Abbey, one of over sixty different languages spoken in her native country, and which she enjoys speaking when visiting with family back in Ivory Coast. Kareen also speaks German, which she has studied since her early teenage years and she also spent two summers studying German at Colón Language Institute in Hamburg, Germany. In addition to teaching at the Language Academy of the Carolinas, Kareen also works as a Freelance Translator / Interpreter for several local organizations and government institutions. Kareen currently resides in Harrisburg, NC with her Guatemalan Husband, and her three children.Locations: Charlotte
Bonjour, my name is Flora and I was born and raised in Pau, France. I have a passion for travelling and I have lived in two other countries: England and the US. I currently live in Texas, where I moved in 2015. I have a Bachelor’s degree in English from the university of Pau, and a Master’s degree in French from the University of North Texas. I love my language and culture, which I have taught to middle and high school students, as well as adults for the last 8 years. I have experience teaching in person and also online. At the beginning of my lessons, I always ask my students what their personal goals and interests are, and I adapt accordingly. I like to include a good balance of conversation, vocabulary, grammar and culture to each lesson. I also enjoy using different tools in order to have fun while learning: articles, games, songs, videos, etc. I love focusing on communication and using authentic materials in order to do so. I know French grammar can be daunting at times, but I do my best to explain grammatical concepts in simple ways. When I’m not teaching, I enjoy spending time with my husband and our three cats, eating out and taking long walks in nature. I look forward to telling you all about my culture and teaching you how to speak French like a native speakerLocations: Denton, Dallas
Lydie is a French native from the South of France who studied English literature and civilization in college. She is fluent in English and Spanish and relies on those languages to make links across languages and make the learning process faster and more efficient. She’s been living in the United States for 10years and has been teaching French since then. She has experience with teaching adults beginners to advanced and children. After teaching for 10years in an international school, she is now offering private classes individual and small groups while using the tools and techniques from the best French schools in LA.Locations:
Bonjour! My name is Celine and I am a native French speaker. I was raised in Marseille in a French family and have always been exposed to those languages and cultures. I hold a Baccalaureate of French Literary Language with an associate degree in tourism. I subsequently wrote for many popular magazines in Paris as a French travel journalist, which led to the creation of my own French-language magazine when I moved to the US. As the mother of three children in Beverly Hills schools, we all speak French perfectly, which is our main language at home. After such a long journey in French-language journalism and the relationships it has brought me, I have chosen to give way to a larger team that continues to edit and distribute this great French magazine throughout the United States. Afterwards, I was able to take advantage of my experience to teach the French language and devote myself entirely to this activity. I teach French to children, teens and adults of all ages, online or in person. I customize all of my lessons for each student and use materials that are either self-composed in writing, illustrated with drawings and exercises, or taken from professional books used in American schools teaching French. My classes are very interactive, progressive and lively. My students learn very quickly, with taste, to have a real conversation in French, with grammatical rules perfectly learned and mastered, as well as to acquire a knowledge of the culture of this country with its thousand facets. I look forward to teaching you this beautiful language, rich in vocabulary, which is waiting to be learned. See you soon, I hope!Locations: Beverly Hills, Los Angeles
We ensure that our French teachers are professional, talented, creative and interesting – and most importantly that our students get great results. Over the years, we have created a wonderful community of local LA French teachers & students that meet up for things like exclusive movie nights and wine tastings. With every French class you take, know that you are also helping our local community. Strommen donates free language scholarships every year to underserved Los Angeles residents as helping refugees of war with free translations.
You could say we have made a name for ourselves in Los Angeles. We are a small company, but we work with fortune 500 companies (like Apple and Netflix), professional sports teams (like the Lakers + LA Galaxy), as well as on hundreds of Film and TV productions. All of our students get the VIP treatment.
Get Started With Private French Classes Los Angeles
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Get Started with Group French Classes Los Angeles
French Group classes are a social way to learn a new language. Most classes meet for 8 weeks and follow a set schedule and curriculum. Strømmen group classes are held at a variety of fun locations, often right in your neighborhood.
Private Sessions (Rates may vary)
- Hourly $59
- 10-hour package $490 ($49 hourly)
- Best Value 20-hour package $780 ($39 hourly) – Intended for students that will take at least 1 hour per week. Packages expire in 1 year – you better use them to learn some French!
Group Classes (Rates may vary):
- $227 Early Bird rate for 12 hours (8 weeks)
- $258 for 12 hours (8 weeks)
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Should I take a private our Group French Class?
Private classes are more flexible (schedule a class anytime, cancelling is OK with 24 hour notice). Group classes follow a set schedule whether you attend or not. If you want to have the entire focus of your teacher, and do not want to possibly repeat things you already know, a private class is the best choice.
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How can I learn French easily?
Things are always easier when you have a good support system. Kind of like the difference between working out alone and with a personal trainer. If you are looking to learn a language in Los Angeles, we have your back! There are many ways to learn French, whether you are using free french resources, are already using apps like DuoLingo, or enrolled at a community college, adding private French classes or group French classes with Strommen is a flexible and affordable way to ensure results. . Whether you Learning French is never easy, but we aim to ensure your success and make it fun!
Which French course in Los Angeles is best?
Well, we think that our program is the best in Los Angeles. Not just because our local French tutors are the very best, but also because of our fun French Language events. You don’t have to take our word for it. Take a look at the reviews for our French tutoring and Private French Classes in Los Angeles on our Google listing and Yelp. We have over 250 5-star reviews!
How long will it take to learn basic French?
We Get asked this question a lot from French students. We compare 10 hours of Private French classes to almost a full semester at a traditional school. We have seen students that start with zero French become Fluent in under a year with the right level of commitment to their French studies.
Can I learn French on my own?
Yes, you absolutely can. In fact, solo travel is a great way to force yourself to learn and use a language. Most of us can’t just hop on a plane and live in France for 3 years. Many of our students use things like free French resources, youtube videos, apps and more. They often find us after trying to learn on their own for a while. Often we will hear students say, “something was missing.” Having a private or group teacher on your team can be the key to your success with learning French.