Faire contre mauvaise fortune bon coeur... this is a proverb that suits the current situation very well.
In order to meet the demands and needs of our students, we just set up a new Online French program ... just to keep you waiting until we can return to a certain normality!
NEW FORMULA - NEW PRICES
Lessons are offered in the form of 30 and 45-minute (private) and 45-minute semi-private) tokens. One or more tokens can be used on the same day or the same week. The token inventory will be carried out by the teachers, under the supervision of the Director of Studies. Lessons are customized according to the needs and requests of the students.
Token Price Range
Private Lessons - 30
1 token = 30 minutes of Individual Online French
Private Lessons - 45
1 token = 45 minutes of Individual Online French
- 1 to 19 tokens = $ 30 / token
- 20 to 49 tokens = $ 28 / token
- 50 to 89 tokens = $ 26.50 / token
- More than 90 tokens = $ 25 / token
Semi-private Lessons (register with a colleague, a friend or a family member)
- 1 to 19 tokens = $ 43,50 / token
- 20 to 49 tokens = $ 41 / token
- 50 to 89 tokens = $ 39 / token
- More than 90 tokens = $ 36,50 / token
→ Possibility of adding a third person for $ 10 more per token!
1 token = 45 minutes of Semi-private Online French
- 1 to 19 tokens = $ 74 / token ($ 37 per person)
- 20 to 49 tokens = $ 70 / token ($ 35 per person)
- 50 to 89 tokens = $ 65 / token ($ 32,5 per person)
- More than 90 tokens = $ 60 / token ($ 30 per person)
Registration Fees: $ 50
⇒ Registration fees include a 15-minute preparatory meeting with the purchase of at least 1 token.
⇒ This amount will be subtracted from the registration fees for our on-site immersion programs.
Textbook: $ 37 per level, plus mailing cost. Textbook is compulsory from the 20th lesson or from the 2nd registration.
Are you interested in our new formula for Online French? Contact Dahlia, our Director of Studies, directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to register or for additional information.
Rates are in Canadian dollars, valid until July 31, 2020.
Finally, to instill a little lightness in the current situation, here's a link to a very current vocabulary list and another one to an explanation of the reason why we say LA Covid-19 in French.
Take care, wash your hands, practice physical distancing but virtual social closeness and good luck!
Come check this page regularly, complementary information will be added over the next few days.