French Language : Practice and Perfect your French language

The course does not require any prior knowledge because it starts from the very beginning at the A1 level.
Study Modes : Online courses.
We offer A1 - B2 Levels with flexible timing of 3 batches per day.
Online Course Features : Google Meeting + Recording Session for Self-revision, Printable e-materials + Audio for Self-Revision.
Master the DELF/DALF exams
Admission is available throughout the year.

What you will learn

  • Learn the fundamentals of French.


  • Possess the ability to ask and respond to basic inquiries.

  • Before progressing to more difficult levels, lay the foundation of French.

  • Learn how to select the appropriate tense for each circumstance.

  • Learn how to pronounce correctly the sounds [e] and [ɛ] (é/è).

  • In everyday settings, speak French with confidence and ease.


  • Build a solid foundation vocabulary of words and phrases that you can use right immediately in everyday situations.

  • After the first session, you'll be able to create your own phrases from scratch.

  • With ease, comprehend and apply grammatical and linguistic aspects of the French language.

  • Learn how to pronounce French words correctly. 

French Language for Adults


Benefits of knowing French language

For Business


Knowing a little French may be highly beneficial for anyone conducting business in Western Europe or the western part of Africa. Many business people throughout Europe still speak French. It can also help you advance your career.


Hobby & Traveling


France is one of Europe's most lovely countries. Excellent food, world-class wine, and endless rural charm are the unifying denominators of Provence, Champagne, and Brittany.


Migration or Living Abroad


Cities such as Paris, Brussels, and Lyon provide opportunities for students searching for a semester abroad, while professionals may benefit from migration or employment opportunities.


Study Modes

Online Tuition

Trainer : Student ratio is 1 : 5 or Private tuition one-on-one are also available. 

Online course features :

  • LIVE Online class through Google Meeting

  • Small class size 

  • Individual or group based tuition

  • Flexible start date

  • Easy to access on mobile with good internet speed


Learning French with us

We have a team of language specialists, so you can expect a high-quality learning experience at a reasonable cost. What you may anticipate from our French programme is as follows:

  • Covers all four areas of language acquisition — listening, reading, writing, and speaking – with fully interactive multimedia sessions. The speech recognition tool might even help you improve your pronunciation.

  • Set your own pace and learn about topics of interest to you with courses categorized by topic and theme.

  • Regular course updates and new lessons ensure that you always have access to the most recent, up-to-date information.

  • Trainer is a qualified with neutral French accents.

  • Small class sizes range from 2 to 4people. Throughout the day, batch timing is accessible.


Proficiency Levels (as per CEFRL)

The CEFR requirements for French language competency are listed below. Regardless of the level of exam taken, there are four sections to the exam: listening, reading, writing, and speaking. An individual taking any level of exam is tested in all four areas of the French language. The following sections discuss French language knowledge at each level:


DELF / DALF Exams in India

DELF is an abbreviation for Diplôme d'Études en Langue Française; DALF is an abbreviation for Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française. These two proficiency exams are intended to verify non-native French speakers' mastery of the French language. Every year, approximately 300,000 students worldwide enrol for the different French language competency examinations. These two significant examinations are now given and awarded by the French Ministry of Education. They are considered as an international benchmark exam for assessing a learner's proficiency and understanding of the French language. DELF and DALF competence examinations consist of six distinct certificates that also fulfil the CEFR (Common European Reference Framework for Languages) level.

French A1 Level

This DELF A1 Syllabus contains an overview of what a student is expected to know at the A1 level. After completing the DELF A1 level course, you should be able to accomplish the following: 

  • Greet people

  • Talk about yourself

  • Talk about where you live

  • Talk about your family members

  • Talk about your likes and dislikes

  • Engage in a simple buy-and-sell situation

  • Ask about the day, the time and the date

  • Accept and refuse

  • Read simple notices, posters and catalogues

  • Fill in a simple form

  • Write a simple postcard  

French A2 Level

This DELF A2 Syllabus contains an overview of what a student is expected to know at the A2 level. After completing the DELF A2 level course, you should be able to accomplish the following: 

  • Talk about yourself, your educational background, your job, your family, your neighbourhood

  • Talk about your hobbies and daily activities

  • Ask for goods in a shop where goods are displayed

  • Order a meal in a restaurant if dishes are either displayed or illustrated on the menu 

  • Book a hotel room (face to face)

  • Ask for basic services in a post office or bank

  • Indicate the nature of a medical problem to a doctor

  • Make inquiries about a journey at a travel agency

  • Use public transport (buses, trains and taxis)

  • Ask your way and give directions

  • Buy tickets

  • Read notices, posters, catalogues, timetables, brochures, menus, advertisements, signs

  • Write notes and simple messages

  • Note down times, dates and places from notice boards and announcements

  • Note down instructions and requests such as client orders and delivery dates.

  • Describe events and daily activities


French B1 Level

At the B1 level, the student should be able to accomplish the following: 


Peut comprendre les points essentiels s’il s’agit de sujets familiers concernant le travail, l’école, les loisirs, etc.
Peut comprendre l’essentiel de nombreuses émissions de radio ou de télévision sur l’actualité ou sur des sujets qui l’intéressent à titre personnel ou professionel.



Peut comprendre des textes rédigés essentiellement dans une langue courante ou relative à son travail.
Peut comprendre la description d’évènements, l’expression de sentiments et de souhaits dans des lettres personnelles.


S’exprimer oralement en continu

Peut s’exprimer de manière simple afin de raconter des experiences et des évènements, ses rêves, ses espoirs ou ses buts.
Peut brièvement donner les raisons et explications des ses opinions ou projets.
Peut raconter une histoire ou l’intrigue d’un livre ou d’un film et exprimer ses reactions.


Prendre part à une conversation

Peut faire face à la majorité des situations que l’on peut rencontrer dans une région où la langue est parlée.
Peut prendre part sans préparation à une conversation sur des sujets familiers ou d’intérêt personnel ou qui concernent la vie quotidienne (par exemple: famille, loisirs, travail, voyage et actualité)



Peut écrire un texte simple simple et cohérent sur des sujets familiers ou qui l’intéressent personellement.
Peut écrire des lettres personnelles pour décrire des expériences et des impressions.

French B2 Level

At the B2 level, a student should be able to accomplish the following: 


Peut comprendre des conférences et des discours assez longs et même suivre une argumentation complexe si le sujet est relativement familier. 

Peut comprendre la plupart des émissions de télévision sur l'actualité et les informations. 

Peut comprendre la plupart des films en langue standard.



Peut lire des articles et des rapports sur des questions contemporaines dans lesquels les auteurs adoptent une attitude particulière ou un certain point de vue. 

Peut comprendre un texte littéraire contemporain en prose.


Peut communiquer avec un degré de spontanéité et d'aisance qui rende possible une interaction normale avec un locuteur natif. 

Peut participer activement à une conversation dans des situations familières, présenter et défendre ses opinions.

Peut s'exprimer de façon claire et détaillée sur une grande gamme de sujets relatifs à ses centres d'intérêt. 

Peut développer un point de vue sur un sujet d’actualité et expliquer les avantages et les inconvénients de différentes possibilités. 


Peut écrire des textes clairs et détaillés sur une grande gamme de sujets relatifs à mes intérêts. 

Peut écrire un essai ou un rapport en transmettant une information ou en exposant des raisons pour ou contre une opinion donnée. 

Peut écrire des lettres qui mettent en valeur le sens que j’attribue personnellement aux événements et aux expériences.