Discover Paris while you improve your French.
Dedicated French tutors from a wide range of backgrounds and experience.
Unique courses tailored to your goals by a French language specialist.
Matching your needs and your schedule.
Private and Micro-group French lessons in Paris.
Our French lessons are specially customized to help you speak French fluently throughout your stay or life in Paris
…Whenever you like: 7 days a week between 7am- 9pm.
…Wherever you like: Your home, workplace, or a FAYLI school room.
…As often as you like: From a single private lesson to an ongoing program.
Learn French in Paris with French As You Like It.
Based in the charming and prestigious area of Le Marais well known as “Le Vieux Paris”, our boutique French school offers a wide range of courses for those who want to take French lessons in Paris.
No matter whether you’re a student, expatriate, tourist, family, child or professional, our classes are tailor-made to meet your specific needs and linguistic goals. French As You Like It will give you the confidence to speak French in any number of situations and the skills to express yourself with ease.
Flexible Schedules, Flexible Courses
…Whenever you like: Lessons can be scheduled anytime between 7am- 9pm everyday, including weekends and public holidays.
…Wherever you like: Your home, workplace, or a FAYLI school room can serve as your classroom. Having Paris as your classroom is also a popular option: you’ll learn French in real-life situations as you and your teacher explore the City of Lights.
…As often as you like: From a single private lesson to an ongoing program, we can accommodate you. You may also choose to create a program that combines both one-on-one French lessons and intensive weekly classes of 2, 3 or 4 people. It’s up to you.
To facilitate your rapid progress, we conduct a pre-screening of your language abilities, interests and objectives before your first lesson. You’ll then be carefully paired with one of our highly experienced French teachers. All our teachers are Parisian natives who don’t just teach you French, but put the language in context by giving you valuable insight into Parisian life and culture.
CONTACT US :
Want French lessons that fits in with your availability, location, and French level? Specific requirements? Questions about our French teaching methods? We will create a tailor-made program for you as soon as possible following your needs and expectations. Our center is located at : 46, Rue Saint Antoine 75004 Paris Call us: +33 (0)1 850 990 14 Email: email@example.com (Reply within 24 hours )
French As You Like It
French As You Like It provides an informal yet engaging approach to learning French in Paris. The way in which the lessons are targeted to the student’s personal level and structured around local points of interest ensures that they remain enjoyable and educational beyond merely learning the language.
Ali, British intern in a law firm
My husband and I were in Paris for two months for work and fun. We not only learned the grammar and vocabulary, but we got a good understanding of what it’s like to live and work in Paris. We really enjoyed how our private French classes were held at different locations throughout Paris.
Arum and Elliott, spent two months in Paris
We are very happy that we found “French As Kids Like It” as you fulfilled our needs exactly. We appreciated your service and flexibility (lessons at our apartment at times we asked). Blandine is a very nice person and the kids loved the way she structured the lessons.
Rita, mother of Celine (14) and Nicolas (12), spent two weeks in Paris
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