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Why You Should Learn French Online
From L'équipe Global Lingua, Posted on Sep 21, 2020 3:49:16 PM 0
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Are you looking into French private classes? Learning French can seem intimidating, especially when you are in the middle of a group class. What if the best solution was to learn French online? Be flexible with your schedule and easily track your progress with online French courses.

If you already learnt a new language or started studying French, you know how challenging it can be to do it on your own. If you want to progress quickly, it might be a good idea to take language classes. Even though group classes are the right solution for many people, we would rather recommend online classes. Yes, you can learn French online AND be efficient with your learning. You just need a private tutor who will understand your needs and track your progress.

Learn French Online and Have More Flexibility

We all live busy lives, trying to find a balance between work, family, friends and hobbies. And it’s even more difficult when you commit to taking face-to-face classes : think about it, you have to organize your schedule around it, taking time to commute there and deal with last-minute changes (like COVID-19). But if you commit to online classes, you can take your classes from anywhere and be more flexible with your schedule.

At Global Lingua, you can choose how long the classes last (30 minutes, one hour…) and cancel or modify your class schedule, without penalty, with 48 hours notice.

Study at Your Own Pace

Do you need a slow and steady study schedule, or are you in a hurry to pass a language exam? With online classes, you can study at your own pace. If one class per week is good for you, go for it. But if you’ve understood that consistency is key, feel free to take two classes per week! When you learn French online, it’s easy to change your mind about how available your mind is for studying.

Feeling under the weather? Only book one online class! You study as you go... Want to improve between two online classes? Use the Babbel app to do some exercises.

Learn French Online for Personalized Private Classes

You feel like you’ve mastered conjugation? You don’t understand the difference between près and prêt? Just talk about it with your teacher. At the beginning of your classes, your teacher will take the time to assess your level in French. It’s a good time to tell him or her what your strengths and weaknesses are. And it will allow you to really focus on what you need to improve!

Online French classes are also great for people preparing language exams. If you need to pass the TEFAQ exam, the TFI exam, the OQLF test or the Second Language evaluation test for public service, trust Global Lingua’s teachers. Some of our teachers are specialized in exam preparation and will help you be ready for D-day.

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Track Your Progress While Learning French Online

Since your courses and all the exchanges with your teacher are online, it’s easier to keep track of your progress. In your personal area, you’ll have access to evaluations, exercises and teachers remarks. And after 25 classes, you’ll be able to ask for another evaluation: with this progress report, you’ll see which language aspects you improved and on what you need to work more.

Are you ready to learn French online? Look at our French classes to see which one would be beneficial…

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