5 reasons to French it up this fall

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Summer is almost over and it’s back to the daily grind, which makes it the perfect time to add a little je ne sais quoi to your life by studying French this fall.

Not convinced? Consider these five reasons to French up your life this fall:

Reason 1

Bradley Cooper speaks French, and if you did, too, just think of what could happen if you randomly bumped into him.

Reason 2

Salaries in Canada are on average 10% higher for bilingual workers. Ka-ching!

Reason 3

Learning a new language actually increases gray matter: it will make you smarter!

Reason 4

20,000 English words have their origin in French – so it’ll be easy, we promise!

Reason 5

Everything sounds better (and sexier) in French, non?

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Image: Alliance Française de Vancouver

Don’t know where to start learning French or need a way to improve what you already know? Look no further because Alliance Française de Vancouver is ready to help you get started. Here are a few things about this non-profit organization, that’s been around Vancouver for 111 years:

  • They’re proud of their teachers. The experienced instructors are native French speakers and have special credentials for teaching French as a foreign language.
  • Their method works. Alliance Française base their teaching on the most modern and powerful methods that combines communication and experiential learning.
  • Location(s), location(s), location(s). This fall, the Alliance Française launches a new downtown location for lunchtime French classes, which combine the famous communication-based method with a business orientation. Over 35 more classes are held at 6161 Cambie Street (over 50 for kids and teens). You can also choose to learn from home through the provided online courses.
  • An immersive experience. With an environment 100% dedicated to French language and culture, weekly social and cultural events, and a large and recently renovated French library, Alliance Française truly believes that this immersive experience greatly benefits the learning process.
  • The next-best-thing to travelling abroad. The organization’s goal is to promote and share the French language and culture to Vancouver. They are proud to be Vancouver’s French hub for cultural activities and special events.
Image: Alliance Française de Vancouver

Image: Alliance Française de Vancouver

Bonus – Reason 6

French food and wine – need we say more?

Classes for adults start soon and run for seven weeks, and are available mornings, lunch-time, evenings or weekends.

For more information, visit their website, call 604-327-0201 or find Alliance Française on Facebook.

A bientôt à l’Alliance Française de Vancouver!

 

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