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French is without a doubt, a language of international relevance due to its direct connection to art, romanticism, and importance to the actual economic trends. These are just a few reasons why thousands of people decide to study it. Learning French will open a new world full of opportunities, allowing you to communicate in diverse countries and renowned destinations. Linguland offers you the possibility to take French courses in 3 countries: France, Canada, and Martinique. France is the classic alternative within Europe, there you will discover vibrant landscape contrasts, regional differences and the love for culture and gastronomy. In Canada, you will learn a more traditional French variant, in which you will even find words that in France are no longer in use and finally, in Martinique, you can enjoy the weather and the joy of a Caribbean island while you improve your language skills. Regardless of which option you choose, we assure you that you will want to repeat it!


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French language courses

Why Should I Learn french?

French is the fifth most spoken language in the world, the second most important language in international relations and one of the most influential languages in the world, reflecting it's relevance in literature, films, and music.

It is estimated that 300 million people in the world speak French, being the official language in 29 countries and being spoken on 5 continents. Within these countries, some of the world's strongest economies could be found, including countries such as France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, and Canada. Therefore, learning French will bring you personal and professional development, learning a highly requested skill in the labor market.

Why Should I take a French Course Abroad?

Learning French abroad will improve your current language skills by studying, practicing and interacting with native speakers, which will allow you to use it in real and practical situations. These particularities will make your experience more attractive and will help you develop your communicative competences of the French language faster.

Another advantage of learning French in Canada or France is that during your free time you can integrate into the daily life of these Francophone cultures, learn about their traditions and ways of living. Additionally, during your French course, you will have the possibility to visit new destinations and enjoy new exciting experiences surrounded by lovely shops and traditional sites.

Where should I take a French course?

With Linguland, you will be able to learn French in France, Canada or in Martinique. France is the classic destination to learn this language. In this country, you can get the chance to visit world-famous destinations like the Eiffel Tower and enjoy different types of landscapes such as the Alps, Provence or the Mediterranean coast. The most requested locations to learn French includes the city of love Paris, Lyon, Bordeaux or places near the sea such as Nice, Montpellier, Biarritz or Cannes. In Canada, you will find a fascinating and inspiring international atmosphere surrounded by nature in one of our language schools in Montreal or Quebec. If you are looking forward to learning French while you are on vacation, at our French school in Martinique you will have the best option to accomplish this.

Are there different kinds of French?

There are significant differences between the written and spoken French that is spoken in France and Canada. These differences took place due to the parallel development of the language in both regions. A French course in Canada will give you a "more traditional" learning experience in a modern environment. On the other hand, we have found that learning French in France is generally easier for people who are beginners in this language, and it usually recommended taking a course in northern France.
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The French language

French Dialects

The European French can be divided into two linguistic groups: The southern French the langues d'oc, and in the northern French version spoken also in and in Belgium the langues d'oil. Both are considered by many linguists as a different language because each one of them has developed different dialects. If you are still a beginner in the French language, we recommend you taking a French course in northern France. In Switzerland, learning French is also relatively easy because the local variant is very similar to the standard French. However, you will notice differences in vocabulary, which are partly due to Germanisms. For example, in Switzerland it is said instead of père and mère, vattre and mouttre.

But French is not only spoken in Europe, but also in the rest of the continents of the world. Especially in Canada in the province of Québec, where it is the mother tongue. In this French variant, you will find significant differences with European French, especially in vocabulary and syntax of the sentences.

The formation of numbers up to 100 in French

In language learning, numbers play an important role and are one of the first things that are taught during your language courses. Making easier for you to say your age, give your phone number or understand the opening hours of companies or stores. When you start learning French, number formation could be considered a bit confusing, down below you will find a table where you could learn and practice them:

English  French   English  French  
three troisthirteentreize
nineneufnineteen  dix-neuf

The numbers from 1 to 16 have to be memorized, but the numbers 17 to 19 follow a pattern. 10-07, 10-08, 10-09

EnglishFrenchEnglish  French
fifty  cinquante  ninetyquatre-vingt-dix

For the numbers after 70, you must follow another rule to its proper formation. Combinations of known numbers are used, to form them. For example, to form the number 70 it is necessary to combine "sixty (plus) ten", for 80, "four (times) twenty" and for 90, "four (times) twenty (plus) ten".

As you can see, you need a little time and practice to get used to the numbers. In our French courses, your teacher will help you understand and learn the formation of numbers with ease and practical exercises. During your free time, you would be able to practice during your daily routines, considering that the numbers are going to be necessary for all kinds of situations.

French Subjunctive: le Subjonctif

If you belong to the group of more advanced students of the French language, you will surely have heard of the Subjonctif . It is a tense that usually presents difficulties for new students, in terms of its application, and finding the right situation for its proper use. That is why we have created a list of examples where the subjunctive should be used.

Expressions of personal qualification:

admirer queto admire
détester queto hate
être content(e)que  to be happy
être triste queto be sad
trouver bête queconsider something silly
trouver drôle queconsider something funny
il est rare quesomething is weird

Expressions of will:

vouloir queto admire
attendre que  to hate
interdire que  to be happy
il fautto be sad


pour queso that
avant que  before de
bien quealthough, though
sans quewithout

Some rules can be applied for the use of the Subjonctif . In the practice, however, it is often not so easy to remember which rule applies to each verb. That's why we recommend using the Subjonctif whenever you can, during your French course with your classmates and outside the school. Remember, the best way to improve your French is to use it during your spare time with native speakers after your language course.

Different meanings of words in France and Canada

If you decide to take your French course in Canada it is advisable that you have some basic knowledge of this language. Many words used in Canada are considered old-fashioned in France and it may be difficult to understand them at first glance. The following table shows some of these differences.

EnglishFrench (France)  French (Canada)
buy / go shopping  faire du shoppingmagasiner
bowlingbowlingsalle de quilles
weekend week-endfin de semaine
potatopomme de terrepatate
toothpastedentifricepâte à dents
worktravailjob, djobe

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