Next “French coffee” on June 14

French Institute

Jun 14 2017

kuninga 4

Tallinn

You have notions of French but whom to speak French to in Tallinn ?

That's what our "Café français" sessions are here for.

The idea is just to have a casual conversation in French, in a friendly atmosphere, while sharing a snack. Participants are split into 3 group levels (beginners, intermediate, advanced). A French-native speaker will lead the conversation around a specific topic : we have already done Travels, Food, new projects, music, cinema...

To make things easier, you can always prepare a few words beforehand or ask to borrow a dictionary on the day.

So save the date :
14 June at 6 P.M.
At the French Institute (Kuninga 4).

You can just turn up (no pre-registration).

And it's free ! (if you wish, at the end of the session, you can always drop a coin or two in a basket to help pay for snacks).

And while you're at it, switch to the French version of this article for a bit of practice ! Yes you can...!

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