The French workshops are back!

Discover our workshops to improve your French language skills and immerse yourself in French culture!

Come and discover the French language thematic workshops.

"Everyone in the kitchen!" Workshop (level A2-B1) - in this workshop you will discover: the general and specialized vocabulary of cooking, French gastronomy, its history, traditions and secrets. Our French teacher will share with you some knowledge about the arts of the table. The course takes place every Wednesday from 7 PM to 8.30 PM, with Ms Céline Ferrero, from February 7 to March 28.

"Art History" Discussion Workshop ( level B2.3-C1) - The objective of the course is to improve one's oral skills, broaden his/her vocabulary and deepen his/her artistic knowledge. During the course, you’ll learn to argue, to discuss, to give your opinion and to feel more comfortable to converse in French. The main themes: classical art, contemporary art, shocking art. We shall discover different French museums and analyze the artworks. The course is held every Monday from 7 PM to 8.30 PM, with Mr. Rafael Stuhrenberg, from February 12 to April 16 (there will be no classes on 26/02 and 12/03).

"France’s cultural influence " Workshop (level C1.3-C2) - the objective of the course is to improve one's oral skills, broaden his/her vocabulary and deepen his/her knowledge of French culture. During the course, you’ll learn to argue, discuss (cause - effect), give your opinion, make assumptions and speak fluently. There is also a historical, societal and religious analysis of the French society. The material used: authentic texts and videos. The course takes place every Monday from 5.15 PM to 6.45 PM, with Mr. Rafael Stuhrenberg, from February 12 to April 16 (there will be no classes on February 26 and March 12).

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More information: cours@ife.ee, 627 11 96



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