I’ve joined the French online group classes with BiCortex to advance my French. Being Russian and living in Belgium. I don’t use French daily as my private and professional life is in English, still it’s much easier to communicate with locals in their language.
My goal is to improve my conversational and comprehension skills so that I could comfortably use French in my daily life. I’ve join the classes at level B2. After 10 lessons with 1.5 hours lesson a week I feel I could understand more and feel easier speaking with locals.
The online group course is in small groups (maximum 8, but e.g. in my group we never have more than 4 people in the class at the same time) allowing each individual to practice and actively participate. The online version is specifically handy in Corona times as well as convenient once you have a busy live. You could choose either intensive course or once a week, benefit from the discount on certain number of hours. Also the hours are flexible: morning, lunch time or evening.
Written by: Natalia Vanyagina
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