Our French language services in New York City
Our French language instructors teach private French language classes and language lessons in the New York City area. We serve the population in and around New York City with French language instruction. Private French language lessons are taught to individuals and small groups. We also offer our French language services to businesses and corporations. The French classes are fun, stress free and taught mainly by native French instructors who teach these French language programs to adults, families, schools, small and large groups, businesses and corporations in and around New York City. Our French tutors serve the community of New York City seven days per week. Weekend French classes are a good alternative to weekday classes and allow students with busy schedules to learn French in their free time. If you wish to take private French language instruction in New York City, please contact us.
The French language is considered to be one of the most beautiful languages in the world. A descendent of Latin, is part of a set of European languages known as Romance Languages, which also includes Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Romanian. It is also one of the most widely spokes languages in the world, with 130 million people speaking it natively and 600 million people speaking it as a second language. The popularity of the language worldwide is the result of the fact that France was once the most important international language in the world for politics and trade. In addition, France colonized many countries in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean, and as a result, the native people of those countries picked up the language. Today, it is one of the most popular languages to learn in America.
When learning French, a great of emphasis must be placed on learning how to pronounce the language, as French possesses a set of nuanced phonetic rules that, if pronounced incorrectly, can confuse the listener. In addition, a student of French must learn vocabulary, grammar, syntax, conjugation, word order, and expressions. Although classes in French are usually available beginning at the high school level in America and continue on through college, it is valuable to work with a one-on-one tutor, as having the opportunity to practice speaking the language with a native or fluent speaker will greatly improve one’s accent and delivery of the spoken aspect of the language.