Next “French coffee” April 19 – YES you can!

Institut français

Apr 19 2017

Kuninga 4, Tallinn

Don't miss our next "French Coffee" session, 15 March. Same time, same place. And what is French for you?

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 (just a few ideas: sapin, Noël, dinde, décorations, crèche, Père Noël, bûche, ...)

So save the date :
19 April 6 pm,
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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