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You can now take this French course online or IRL this July

Learn the language of love with Alliance Française de Melbourne

By Time Out in association with Alliance Française de Melbourne
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Parlez-vous français? Would you like to? The Alliance Française, which has been teaching French to beginners and les spécialistes for 130 years, is offering ten-week courses from their Melbourne outpost online or in person. 

There are group courses available for teenagers, kids and adults, as well as private tuition. Online classes are taught through a combination of video conferencing and e-learning materials. You can also take part in-person at the Alliance Française de Melbourne's CBD and St Kilda locations. 

The term starts on July 13 and runs for ten weeks, finishing up on September 19, 2020. VCE French students can join winter intensive programs or after-school courses to help them swot up for their exams, while those who want to travel to Paris once restrictions are lifted will be able to learn the conversational French they'll need to make the most of their time overseas. To ensure the safety of prospective students, the in-person classes will uphold an eight-person capacity and enforce physical distancing measures. 

Keen to get started? Head over to the Alliance Française's website and en avant! Alliance Française de Melbourne is also offering our readers a five per cent discount on course fees if they use the code 'TIMEOUTMELB' at check out before midnight July 12.

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