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French classes in Cape Town

Class levels




Latest: Absolute beginners classes will be starting on:

Monday 13 January 2020 from 11h00 to 12h30

Tuesday 14 January 2020 from 18h00 to 19h30


If you would like to reserve a place in the absolute beginners class, please contact me by phone or email for assessment. In order to enrol with the class, you should deposit R1800 into my bank account as soon as possible. This is the full amount for 10 lessons for the coming term.

For those students who have contacted me already, would you please email me again as soon as possible, so that I can ascertain who will definitely be attending classes in the forthcoming term.


My banking details

JNL Woolley
Standard Bank
Constantia Branch
Acc No: 202 839 869


Only two or possibly three beginners classes are started during the year, as I am the only teacher and time available for classes is limited. They start in early January, middle of April and the end of July / beginning of August.

For information about the class or any other details please email, send a text or phone me.
Contact details here »


Intermediate and more advanced

After 2 or 3 years study the upper intermediate level is reached, but this does depend on how much time the student can devote to the study of French. The more advanced or fluency practice level is arrived at after a number of years of study. However, if a student shows particular talent and enthusiasm, or has the opportunity to live in France for any length of time, fluency will soon be attained.


Organisation of classes

Usually an evening or a morning class can be arranged for all levels, including beginners, intermediate and more advanced / fluency practice levels.

The students benefit greatly from being in a class with others as this affords them the opportunity of practice in oral and aural communication, and the ability to share their experience of learning French with others.



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