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Learning a new language is a great challenge to set yourself. Maybe it was a new year's resolution and you've had a bit of a slow start? Maybe you have a specific goal or target, like passing an exam in the summer or preparing for a move abroad? Regardless of your reasons for learning French, we can help you find classes and tutors specialising in the French language.
Not only does it broaden your work and travel prospects, but it can also help you to communicate and make friends easier when abroad. Since most of us cannot simply pick up and immerse ourselves in French culture, however, hiring a French tutor might have to be the first step in learning the language. At least with the basics covered, you can be off to a good start when you do finally travel across the Channel.
That said, immersion is one of the best ways to learn so if you can manage some time in the country then we say "Allez-y"!
When learning a new foreign language, you need to learn vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, etc, which, when it all comes together, is such a huge achievement and something you'll never forget. Even years down the line, you will still be able to pick back up on your language skills so it's time well spent!
French is one of the most popular languages to learn in the UK, and most schools across England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland offer French to most secondary school students.
If you want to learn French and speak it fluently like a native speaker, improve your grades at school, or chat with some French speakers, you’ll have to attend French classes. Having a native speaker as your french tutor is great in the sense that you can learn from a true Frenchman or woman, however, a non-native tutor can still teach you French skills but using a more scholarly approach. We can't say which method is best - it all depends on what you are after and why you want to learn the language!
In Bradford, there is a chance to learn French at the primary university and many colleges, but there's also a French circle and a great community of French natives who would be willing to help you practice. Facebook groups are a great way to immerse yourself in a particular culture, so look and ask around to see if you can find native French people to socialise and interact with to improve your language skills. They might be grateful for the opportunity to learn English from you too!
The French language is spoken in France, Andorra, Seychelles, Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and a number of African countries, however, there are different dialects in certain regions and the accents do vary quite greatly (just like in English speaking countries and regions, we suppose). There are 37 French-speaking countries in the world and 274 million speakers of the language. French culture is also one of the most famous in the world.
French is the official language of the UN, the International Olympic Committee, NATO, the World Trade Organisation, the African Union, the European Union, Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, as well as the Council of Europe. Learning languages comes with a lot of benefits: you can speak with millions of new people, improve your job prospects, or become an English teacher in a French-speaking country.
There are a lot of advantages to speaking any second language fluently, but French is a particularly good language to acquire for the workplace. We've already discovered that many countries across the globe speak french so it's a handy language to know and your boss might rely on you to help with translation or communications with European countries (since French shares many similarities with other Romance languages around Europe).
The second advantage is that knowing the French language can improve your opportunities to travel comfortably. Don't you just feel terrible when you arrive in a country and you can't speak their language? Learning French means you can travel across the Channel and still be able to make an effort and communicate with anyone you come across without the need to speak English to them or try to use gestures to get by!
There are a lot of jobs you can do with French: French teacher, French-English translator, working in tourism (in bars, restaurants, travel agencies, etc.), journalist, etc. But, as we've already discovered, you don't have to work directly in a French environment to reap the benefits of a second language. Knowing a second language can help you to expand your knowledge in many different ways, so whether you are taking French at school or you are looking for adult classes then it's definitely time well spent.
If you are looking for a French tutor in Bradford who can teach you some great lessons in French, then visit Superprof for assistance.
There are plenty of places in Bradford where you can learn to speak French. For one, New College Bradford offers a course in the subject.
There are also language schools and centres offering classes for groups and individuals where you can learn the basics of the language and more about vocabulary, grammar, conjugations, etc. A lot of these centres run classes on a similar timetable to the academic year with courses starting in autumn and finishing in the summer. If you don’t have the time to attend a class, you can always opt for private tutorials.
Our tutors are ready to start teaching you, regardless of your level.
French private tutorials are an effective way to learn a new language. You can learn with the help of a native French speaker without having to travel to France, but spending time immersed in the French culture can only be a good thing if you can make it happen!
There are over a dozen French tutors in Bradford and they’re able to teach all levels. The tutors can also come to your house though some have a classroom set up at their place, too.
French tutorials in Bradford start at £15 per hour.
In Bradford, the average cost of French lessons per hour is £16.
Rates will differ depending on:
97% of Superprof teachers give the first class for free. Check out the rates of our French teachers in your region.
Learning to speak French has a number of benefits. The ability to communicate in another language will open up many doors to you in terms of employment, travel, and culture. Other benefits of learning French include increased employability and improved writing skills.
On Superprof, we have a number of highly experienced French tutors available to give private tuition.
A French teacher can help you with many things:
You can discuss with your tutor what you wish to achieve from your private French lessons.
Sign up for French lessons to learn more about the French language with a competent private tutor. With the help of your tutor, now is the perfect occasion to learn the French language more quickly.
Connect with native French speakers on Superprof to master the language faster and to perfect your accent.
Many of our French teachers also offer private online tuition. In fact, about 80% of the private tutors across our platform give French classes via Skype.
To find the available online lessons, just enter your subject criteria into the search engine and select the webcam filter to see the available teachers who are currently offering online courses in your desired subject.
Online courses via webcam offer you more advantages. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the tutor does not need to travel.
There are currently 17 teachers are available to teach French courses in Bradford and the suburban areas.
To find your private tutor, view their tutoring advert to find out more information about their course offering.
On Superprof, you can browse the range of teacher profiles to find the best solution for your French tuition.
Simply enter your criteria in the search bar to see the list of available tutors near you.
To find your private tutor, take a look at their individual advert to find out more information about their courses.
Once you have found a teacher you can get in touch with them via a messaging service on our platform to discuss the details of your course.
There are currently 17 private French teachers are available to teach French courses in Bradford and the surrounding areas.