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The Best Ways to Learn French in Manchester

Bonjour, ça va? This is one of the most common French expressions and it’s used millions of times a day by one of our nearest neighbours. Do you want to learn more about French culture, cuisine, history, etc? Learning a foreign language isn’t the easiest thing in the world. However, there are plenty of ways to learn how to speak French in Manchester.

French Around the World and in Manchester

The French language is spoken in France, Andorra, Seychelles, Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and a number of African countries. There are 37 French-speaking countries in the world and 274 million speakers of the language.

Finding French Teachers in Manchester

Both nationally and internationally, French is the official language of:

  • the UN
  • The International Olympic Committee
  • NATO
  • The WTO
  • The African Union
  • The EU
  • Organization of the Islamic Conference
  • The Council of Europe

It’s also one of the main languages used by Euronews and one of the most popular languages on the internet. France also plays an important role in the European Union thanks to its powerful economy. It’s the second largest economy in the Eurozone and France’s economy remains strong. The French language is expected to become one of the world’s most important languages by 2050. If you want to learn how to speak French, there are several solutions:

  • Language Schools
  • Cultural centres
  • Universities
  • Private lessons
  • Language cafés and exchanges

Whatever your reasons for learning French, the speed of your learning will depend on how you learn and your motivation. There are plenty of reasons for learning French and plenty of benefits to doing it.

Why Learn French in Manchester?

One of the main reasons to learn to speak French is to be able to understand the language of nearly 300 million people. Furthermore, the level of English spoken in France isn't very high. In this case, if you go to France, you'll probably need to speak the language. If you studied it in school, you'll probably be familiar with diphthongs, conjugations, irregular verbs, and a few common phrases.

During a trip to France, Quebec, Switzerland, Senegal, or Polynesia, you might notice that your knowledge of French isn’t as good as you thought it was. This is a good time to consider going to a French class. Learning a new language has been proven to reduce the risk of neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s. Scientific studies have also shown that learning languages improves cognitive functions. Achieving an advanced level in French isn’t for everyone.

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While learning a foreign language isn’t easy, the majority of the English lexicon originated in French or Latin. This means that you’ll find that a lot of French words resemble English words. The French language is the official language of many countries and international organisations. France is also the second largest economy in the Eurozone and it remains strong. There are also plenty of jobs you can do with French.

  • French to English translator
  • Journalist
  • Teaching English as a foreign language in a French-speaking country
  • Teaching English speakers French
  • Working in tourism
  • Starting a career in diplomacy, international business, teaching languages, etc

If you haven’t studied French at school or university you can always learn with our private French tutorials.

Private French Tutorials in Manchester

Learning the French language is much simpler than learning Russian or Arabic for example since so many of the words have similar roots to our own. In French, so many words are identical or similar. That said, there are plenty of "false friends", words that resemble English words but have a different meaning. You'll see that there are plenty of private tutorials available in Manchester for those that want to learn French.

You don’t need to go to France or another French-speaking country, our tutors will teach you everything you need to know. You can choose a tutor according to their experience or background and learn any variety of French that you want. The average price for tutorials in Manchester is £18 per hour. Students and tutors can work together to create a learning plan and tailored lessons. With Superprof, you don’t need to think about how to learn French. Classes are fun, interactive, and your tutor will use the best methods for teaching you the language. To achieve a B2 or C1 level in French, you just need to find the approach that works for you:

  • Conversation classes
  • Interactive activities
  • Working on pronunciation
  • Learning about the French language and culture (literature, history, music, etc.)
  • Learning about different French accents

Choosing a Private Tutor in Manchester

You need to consider exactly where the tutor is because some may factor travel costs into their rates. Additionally, if you have a good level in French, you’ll want an experienced private French tutor.

If you just need to learn the basics, you could always get tuition from a student looking to make some extra cash. Keep in mind that a lot of the tutors on Superprof offer the first hour of tutoring for free so that you can see how you get along with them before committing to several tutorials. There’s no magic solution to learning French, you need to work hard at it and immerse yourself in the language as much as you can.

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