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Alliance Française de Hartford

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The Alliance Française de Hartford offers all levels of classes providing continuity for a solid knowledge of standard French. It is a unique opportunity to experience the language and culture of the francophone world in an informal, supportive learning environment.

The emphasis is on oral proficiency and self-expression built upon a solid foundation of French grammatical principles. Teachers are native speakers holding diplomas from universities in French-speaking countries or anglophones with minimum of masters degrees in French from accredited American universities.

All our language classes offer an immersion experience in the French language; they are taught in French using the “direct method.” Students are encouraged to express themselves in French. Grammar is a tool, not a goal.

Classes
Class Schedule & Descriptions

Registration Form


Annual Schedule

2017 Summer Classes
(Adobe PDF document, .pdf file)

2017 Spring Trimester Descriptions
(Microsoft Word document, .docx file)

2017 Spring Trimester Descriptions
(Adobe PDF document, .pdf file)

2017 Spring Trimester Classes
(Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, .xlsx file)

2017 Spring Trimester Classes
(Adobe PDF spreadsheet, .pdf file)

4 WAYS TO REGISTER

  • Click here to register.
  • Download registration form, fill it in and mail or fax it to the AFH Office at (860) 293-1688.

     
  • Call the AF office (860-278-9999) and request a registration form be mailed to you.
  • Or stop in at the office on working days and hours. Please call ahead.

    Payment options:
    • Credit card
    • Personal check made out to Alliance Française de Hartford
CLASS LOCATION & PARKING: The Alliance Française of Hartford is located at 75 Charter Oak Avenue (corner of Wyllys St.), Suite 1-202 (2nd floor) in Harford 06106.  There is plenty of free parking on site. 

    Please Note:

New students with previous knowledge of French are required to take a brief placement evaluation either on-line or in person before registering. This evaluation, based on reading and writing skills, will allow placement at the proper linguistic level. In addition, we suggest you attend the Open House/Class Registration that precedes the fall and summer semesters so that you can speak with one of our teachers. A brief oral interview is the best way to ascertain your readiness for a given level. If you are unable to attend the Open House or you are registering for the spring semester, an oral interview by phone can be arranged by calling the office at 860-278-9999.


 


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