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Puja 07 Jun in  French Language Classes

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S.s. replied | 4 days ago

Rs. 10000/- for 30 classes.

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Richa replied | 3 days ago

If u want to learn French course so the fee is 12000

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The Iris Blossom replied | 5 days ago

Hello Neha, the language learning is divided in different levels (A1, A2, B1, B2, & level C). The learning time for all differs as the course content differs.
At our institute, The Iris Blossom, you can finish the level A1 in a span of month month also. The fees for the same is Rs. 15000.
Feel free to contact is through email/Mobile to get more information.
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Hello Neha, the language learning is divided in different levels (A1, A2, B1, B2, & level C). The learning time for all differs as the course content differs.
At our institute, The Iris Blossom, you can finish the level A1 in a span of month month also. The fees for the same is Rs. 15000.
Feel free to contact is through email/Mobile to get more information.
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Richa replied | 3 days ago

U can learn easily but u have to learn all the levels A1 A2 B1

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Oscar 06 Apr in  Advanced Placement Tests Coaching classes, French Language(Advanced Placement Tests Coaching classes), French Language Classes, More... MA Tuition M.A. French(MA Tuition) English Language & Composition(Advanced Placement Tests Coaching classes) Class VI-VIII Tuition Telugu(Class VI-VIII Tuition) B Ed Tuition Pedagogy of Hindi(B Ed Tuition) Hindi Language Classes Grammer and Vocabulary improvement(Hindi Language Classes) Certification(Hindi Language Classes) German Language(Advanced Placement Tests Coaching classes) German Language Classes Spanish Language & Literature(Advanced Placement Tests Coaching classes)

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Pallavi replied | 19 May

Well, the teacher should just be well qualified and at a certain level like if he's a M. A. in French Language with a minimum certification of a B2 its good enough.

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Vikash replied | 27 May

Minimum B2 or MA is enough to teach IB boards.

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Sujal 02 Apr in  French Language Classes

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Shobana replied | 29 Apr

The minimum duration of 70 - 80 hrs is required for A1 level and it ultimately depends on how fast the student cope up with.

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Ilanguages Institute replied | 30 Apr

When our students enroll for French language Beginners level A1, we teach minimum of 60 Hours @ iLanguages Institute, Vadodara Center, Gujarat.

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Vardan 30 Mar in  French Language Classes

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Manisa replied | 14 May

Monthly it will be Rs.1000 for spoken French classes.

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Jyotsna replied | 20 May

We charge Rs.350/-per hour and the number of hours depends on how much each individual practices and how much effort he put in.

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Suman 10 Mar in  French Language Classes

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Sadanand replied | 05 May

For beginners Rs.250 and Rs.500 for jr. level

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Pallavi replied | 19 May

Rs. 400 per hour with all four areas in French conversational, written, reading, listening.

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Oscar replied | 06 Apr

Most of the people define IGCSE and CBSE but my question it base on the difference.

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Shirish replied | 02 May

As long as you score good at IELTS/TOEFL it hardly matters if you study from IGCSE and CBSE or any other boards.

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Akshay 09 Feb in  French Language Classes

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Marie replied | 11 Mar

I can teach you french in 4 month with practice it gonna be fun and you will going to speak and understand very well.

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Ahoussou replied | 20 Mar

It depends of your capacity to understand this language, but with some effort and courage around 5 or 6 months maybe in below of that.

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Suman 25 Jan in  French Language Classes

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Harsimran replied | 16 Feb

I would suggest you to build your interest in language and then go for a diploma course. First go to some local person who teaches French. It would cost you Rs. 500 per class or maybe less maybe more but it will give you the exposure for the language and then you can enroll in some good institute for course that would cost you around Rs. 40000 for full A1(a module+ b module+ c module)

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Kaushal replied | 17 Feb

Hi Level A Basic English Course is Rs. 8000 for 2.5 months curriculum.

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Jyotsna replied | 21 Jan

I conduct french classes and the fees for these are Rs. 350/- per hour. It takes Approximately 45 to 50 hours to complete each level.

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M Raghu replied | 03 Feb

Rs. 500 per hour or 1000 per session which include 2 hours class.

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Shailendra replied | 23 Jan

Being a citizen of global world, It is always good to have knowledge of Foreign language.

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Rahul replied | 08 Feb

Fluency in any Foreign Language can accelerate your career fast and also its give you more idea to think different than others. Its learn you about the culture of Foreign country. So its best to learn any foreign language.

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Chhavi replied | 16 Jan

No, It would certainly not.
You will feel more confident.

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Pragya replied | 05 Feb

Not at all. Its up to you but learning French will not going to drain you interest in other languages.
I am a Hindi teacher if you need any help on Hindi. I'll glad to help.

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Professor replied | 05 Jan

There is no such accent in French.It is either é , è or ê over e.

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Samuel replied | 07 Jan

If it's accent aigu, it is pronounced like the alphabet 'A' in English.

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Oscar 22/12/2016 in  Advanced Placement Tests Coaching classes, French Language(Advanced Placement Tests Coaching classes), French Language Classes

How do I say Raleigh in French?

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Mansuri replied | 03 Jan

Raa -lee- gh

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Raghu replied | 04 Apr

It is ra - la (la as in lady)

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Dimpika replied | 19/12/2016

Bonjour, allo, salut etc.

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Kiran replied | 19/12/2016

Allô, salut.

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Jyotsna replied | 13/12/2016

Où is the word for where in French. To get to a particular place for e.g a park you will need other directions so you can ask pouvez-vous me donner les directions au parc?

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School Of Learning French N Languagesslfl replied | 14/12/2016

Où means where

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Bhupinder replied | 07/12/2016

Yes, actually French culture and French people are very sophisticated and one must be polite while dealing with French. So, while you are learning French, you have to learn it with it's culture and limitations for example selection of words is very important. One can not just translate his thoughts in French because that's not gonna work.

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Bhupinder replied | 07/12/2016

French culture and french people are very sophisticated so the politeness is an integral part of French language. French is not just a translation of your thoughts because you have to act accordingly. So, it's important to learn how french talk and how they behave.

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Aditi replied | 07/12/2016

Both are important but in my view you will learn very quick by TV but should have basic knowledge of that language.
But if you will read a book of any language you would have much time to practice you can take the help of dictionary while reading book but not at the time of watching TV.

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Rustam replied | 02 Mar

This is an excellent question. lets start with the world's 2nd most-spoken language, English. people have a bad concept about the fact that American English is more stylish than British English. But if you read the origin of Celtic And Saxony languages, English was very different from the modern-day genre. People watch Hollywood and get addicted to words like 'wanna','gonna' without...  more»
This is an excellent question. lets start with the world's 2nd most-spoken language, English. people have a bad concept about the fact that American English is more stylish than British English. But if you read the origin of Celtic And Saxony languages, English was very different from the modern-day genre. People watch Hollywood and get addicted to words like 'wanna','gonna' without knowing the basic root of that word, let alone making a proper sentence. But to really learn a proper language, you don't need to simply read books or watch TV. One thing that you should constantly practice is speaking to yourself and your friends in the same possible style and accent in a different language every single moment. But if you are speaking French with an Australian, it wont help. only the originals know their own language better.
Regardless of your Origin, practice alone will change your accent automatically. Thank you. Here is an attachment for your better understanding. «less

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Kavithayini replied | 20/11/2016

For important facts, the necessary keywords are important, If any spelling mistakes occurs , that has to highlighted and must be corrected. minute errors can be Ignored. As Parents Children.. we always should not correct their errors. We must also give them the space of correcting mistakes by themselves that is done by them.

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M replied | 22/11/2016

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Amazing question!! I am assuming you are talking about French, and that you teach French. If that is correct, and the student understands the meaning, great, however, you must correct every misread word because you and I both know that a simple mispronunciation can change the meaning of the entire sentence, in French. Please be gentle but correct all. It will only improve...  more»
Hi,
Amazing question!! I am assuming you are talking about French, and that you teach French. If that is correct, and the student understands the meaning, great, however, you must correct every misread word because you and I both know that a simple mispronunciation can change the meaning of the entire sentence, in French. Please be gentle but correct all. It will only improve the student's grasp of the language, it will not hurt the student ability to make sense of the language. Be gentle, and let the student know what you intend to do, clearly. «less

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Deepika Gupta replied | 24/11/2016

When a child is reading loud try to correct him but not each and every word. The word which he is pronouncing completely wrong, has to be corrected immediately. Rest you can underline and can tell him later and can make him pronounce twice or thrice.

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John replied | 25/11/2016

To some extent this is a subjective question. A passage can contain over 1000 words and if the student reads 5 words wrongly, they can be corrected immediately. But if half of what he reads is wrong, then the approach is totally different. Care should be taken if you are dealing with a sensitive student (especially girls). So Psychology also plays some part in communicating negative...  more»
To some extent this is a subjective question. A passage can contain over 1000 words and if the student reads 5 words wrongly, they can be corrected immediately. But if half of what he reads is wrong, then the approach is totally different. Care should be taken if you are dealing with a sensitive student (especially girls). So Psychology also plays some part in communicating negative results to a student. «less

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Geetha replied | 27/11/2016

I presume this to be mainly addressed to foreign languages and my way of teaching is this: I make every student read a paragraph in a lesson and I ask them to guess the overall meaning. Then I read the passage with correct pronunciation and ask them to re-read the way I did. To make them understand I say that they have to understand atleast 75-80% of what a native French speaks...  more»
I presume this to be mainly addressed to foreign languages and my way of teaching is this: I make every student read a paragraph in a lesson and I ask them to guess the overall meaning. Then I read the passage with correct pronunciation and ask them to re-read the way I did. To make them understand I say that they have to understand atleast 75-80% of what a native French speaks and this would be possible only if they learn the correct pronunciation. «less

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Vikash replied | 28/11/2016

No, that will demotivate the child. Concentrate on few important, then slowly gradually improve the pronunciation.

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Adeep Kaur replied | 28/11/2016

Yes, as a tutor its your duty to correct the child but with full humbleness. While he reads his passage, you pen down the words he misreads and then at the end as a humble tutor notifiy him about the same. Prepare certain words that sounds similar & make him practice it.
Because he you don't do this, then main objective of teaching is just half done since in future he will...  more»
Yes, as a tutor its your duty to correct the child but with full humbleness. While he reads his passage, you pen down the words he misreads and then at the end as a humble tutor notifiy him about the same. Prepare certain words that sounds similar & make him practice it.
Because he you don't do this, then main objective of teaching is just half done since in future he will again misread those words which will create problems for your student & a teacher doesn't want that. Right ?
Do analysis about what words if misreads, how many words & rectify it as a friend come tutor manner so that he/ she properly understand the difference b\w those words that sounds similar but are not in actual. «less

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Geetha replied | 27/11/2016

Student literacy improves by reading good books - be it fiction or literature and by listening to some wonderful speeches of great men which simultaneously improves content knowledge and literacy. For school children or adults, my advice would be to read a book without halting to check on the meaning of any difficult word. Underline these words and look for their meanings and then...  more»
Student literacy improves by reading good books - be it fiction or literature and by listening to some wonderful speeches of great men which simultaneously improves content knowledge and literacy. For school children or adults, my advice would be to read a book without halting to check on the meaning of any difficult word. Underline these words and look for their meanings and then re-read if you have not understood the context. On most occasions, an overall understanding is achieved in the first reading which is fine-tuned when you read understanding the difficult words. Later, one should try to utilize this vocabulary so that the words are not forgotten. «less

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Vikash replied | 28/11/2016

Newspaper and academic books.

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Deepika Gupta replied | 19/11/2016

ein halb in German

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Pradeep replied | 11 Apr

Google has all the answers my friend ask questions which you really don't know. Just just post anything to gain visibility.

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Temfack replied | 20/10/2016

Yes definite articles le, la, les are to be placed in front of countries names. whie in English one says I visited Cameroon, Angola, France, Commoroes islands in French it will be j'ai visité le Cameroun, l'Angola, la France, les îles commoroes ! But for city names, no need to use the definite article!

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School Of Learning French N Languagesslfl replied | 20/10/2016

In front of male countries "au" like"Au Japon", "Au Maroc" etc.and in front of female countries "en" like "En Inde", "En France" etc. but "Aux Etats-Units "

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Sai 11/09/2016 in  French Language Classes

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Virat replied | 28/09/2016

hello - if you want to learn french language? French is a Romance language spoken by about 338 million people. It is the third most spoken language in Europe, after German and English, and is also spoken in parts of Africa, North America, South America, Asia and Oceania. there are six levels in french A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 -

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hello - if you want to learn french language? French is a Romance language spoken by about 338 million people. It is the third most spoken language in Europe, after German and English, and is also spoken in parts of Africa, North America, South America, Asia and Oceania. there are six levels in french A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 -

(Beginner) A1 : Can recognise and use familiar words and simple phrases for concrete purposes. Can introduce himself or someone else. Can ask and answer basic questions about home, family, surroundings, etc. Can communicate in a basic way when the other person speaks slowly and clearly, and is ready to repeat or reformulate to help communication.

(Elementary) A2 : Can understand isolated phrases and common expressions that relate to areas of high personal relevance (like personal or family information, shopping, immediate environment, work). Can communicate during easy or habitual tasks requiring a basic and direct information exchange on familiar subjects. Using simple words, can describe his or her surroundings and communicate immediate needs «less

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Rohit replied | 05/10/2016

Hey,I can surely help you with respect to French.Just contact me on my number or my e-mail id.

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Bhashaprofs replied | 02/10/2016

Yes you can learn thoroughly in less time if you devote atleast 1 hour to practice everyday. Contact me in case you want to enroll

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Chandra replied | 09/10/2016

I need your resume then I can tell you the story of French Learning.

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Intraword replied | 01/09/2016

same word in different language

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The Mentoring Hub replied | 03/09/2016

original = the first, as opposed to the reproduction/copy which came later (the original painting, an original idea, etc)
originel = related to the origins, the very beginning (original sin, the original habitat of a species, etc.)

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