LEARN FRENCH WITH ART

LEARN FRENCH WITH ART!!

Talks are led by Anna Willieme, a native bilingual French/English speaker and lecturer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. For any questions and more information, send us an email atfrench.with.art@gmail.com

Photo Mar 27, 12 51 34 PMLET’S MEET ONLINE! FRENCH-WITH-ART IS NOW AVAILABLE AS LIVE ON-LINE SESSIONS!! SIGN UP NOW! Space is limited!

MONDAYS APRIL 10, 17, 24, and May 1, 2017 From 7 to 8 pm

Parlez-vous FranÇais? Expand your French vocabulary, nail those irregular French verbs, polish your French grammar, sharpen your perception, learn about art and have fun! French-with-Art is now available live online. In a live setting in small groups of up to 6 people, you’ll be looking at and discussing art, all en FranÇais! Join the class via your lap top or your phone, at home or while traveling. Yes, it’s time to finally become the French speaker you know you can be! These fun talks will help you practice your French while learning about master art works from the world’s great collections. All levels of French and art lovers are welcome. And the tech piece is super simple. I’ll just send you a link so you can connect to the live online classroom. Don’t miss this great opportunity to practice your French and learn about art from the world’s great museums!

Here are the details:Classes are 4/10; 4/17; 4/24 and 5/1/17. Time: 7 to 8 pm

Cost is $139 for the 4 classes. Space is super limited to insure interactivity!

NOTE: In order to RSVP and to join, you’ll need to register and make at payment at: https://squareup.com/store/FrenchArt
So if you RSVP on this site, we’ll expect you to follow through and register at the above link.

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