■ Testimonials ■
■ Kaori from Japan■
« The fact that classes are run with mini groups made it possible to express orally what I had learned. The teachers explain and repeat until the students have understood perfectly. It was a booster for me to study more and I have always felt very comfortable to speak in front of the teachers. Choosing this school was the best possible thing I could have done to learn French. »
■ Yuka from Japan ■
« Thanks to the knowledge the teachers have regarding the problems, we as Japanese, can come across, It made me feel more comfortable and at easy to express myself.
I appreciated the small groups we always are in a class because the teachers really make time for each student, which is not the case in many schools, where classes are overloaded.I learned a lot of things I had never studied before.»
■ Caroline from the UK ■
« I thought it was great and very helpful to have different teachers: it makes you hear different voices. Even if all courses are conducted only in French, most teachers speak several languages (English, Japanese, German and Spanish) and they can always help after class in your language if you missed out on something. Everyone is very kind and gives you a warm welcome every time. I was very satisfied with the content of the courses. ».
■ Maria from Colombia- ■
« Instead of traducing the difficult words, teachers explain them by gestures, drawings on the board or mimes.
I really appreciated this pedagogic approach.
The teachers correct the student‘s pronunciation very often.
The classes are run seriously and the atmosphere is relaxed. We laugh quite often! »
■ Eric from the United States- ■
« I found it very interesting and very helpful to have different teachers so it gives your ear several voices to hear in French. Besides, each teacher uses his/her own personality to explain things.
All teachers pay a lot of attention to what you are doing. I was delighted to learn French at L’Atelier des Langues and will make sure to go back to this school next time I am in Paris. »