Venez me voir – Le Blogue

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The French are the best lovers; they master the art of cooking, and their children are really well behaved. However, they are arrogant, they don’t bathe every day and they eat snails.

These are several stereotypes that I often hear about French people.

Wouldn’t you like to come and see for yourself? Want to find out if the French are always elegant, or if they eat croissants every morning?

I am launching a series of immersion stays in the spring of 2019.

Pam and Greg have already enrolled to learn French with me.

This is Pam’s third visit.  She’s beginning to feel like “une vraie Bretonne”, with striped tops and all! This time, she’s opting for a flexible schedule. She would like to visit Quimper for several days and stop by a castle in the Loire Valley. Other than that, we will decide together, on the spot – in French, of course – what we will do.

Greg will come in April, also in a Solo program. His goal is to move to the next level of the DELF standards. We are currently fine-tuning the details together. The possibilities are endless: traditional classes, an excursion or two probably, and a good restaurant here and there. But there is one thing he’s adamant about: there will be no fish on our table because “Yuk! Fish, you’re kidding, right?”. Duly noted!

In any case, I invite you to click on the links, where you can peruse my various programs.  I hope to see you in Brittany next spring.

In the meantime, I invite you to do this silly quiz about my immersion programs: you will learn French while having fun. And I’m pretty sure you’ll ace it, too :–)

Quiz - IPFrance in 20 questions

Learn French in France -- IPFrance is Anne's immersion program. Take this silly quiz to know what Anne's IPFrance program is all about. Look for the translation if the French is too challenging. I guarantee you'll ace this one 🙂
  • Do we get to do some sightseeing around with Anne’s IPFrance?
  • Is Anne qualified to teach French? -- Learn more at Anne's Teaching Philosophy
  • Where do we sleep?
  • How often is there an IPFrance?
  • Can Anne help you with transportation to and from the farm?
  • What level of French does IPFrance target? -- Learn more at Practical Details
  • What are the possible words that best describe Anne’s IPFrance?
  • Can I come with my spouse or with a friend?
  • Can we learn how to cook French dishes during the program?
  • How much is the cost of an IPFrance?
  • Where is the IPFrance? -- Learn more at La Bretagne
  • Do students have a say in the curriculum?
  • Anne’s Immersion Program is called ‘IPF’. What does IPF stand for?
  • Can I do my laundry there?
  • Do we get to giggle at Anne’s IPFrance?
    Is there wifi?
  • What’s included in the price?
  • How many hours of instruction does IPFrance programs include?
  • How long do Anne’s IPFrance programs last?
  • What if I can’t eat the food prepared for us?

Venez me voir – Le Blogue

Les Français sont les meilleurs en amour, ils maîtrisent l’art de la cuisine et leurs enfants sont bien élevés. Toutefois, ils sont aussi arrogants, ils ne se lavent pas et ils mangent des escargots.

Voilà des stéréotypes que j’entends souvent à propos des Français.

Est-ce que ça vous dirait de venir les vérifier ? Voyez pour vous-même si les Français sont élégants et s’ils mangent des croissants tous les matins.

Je lance une série de séjours d’immersion au printemps 2019.

Pam et Greg se sont déjà inscrits pour apprendre le français avec moi.

Pam vient pour la troisième fois. Elle commence à être « une vraie Bretonne », avec ses marinières et tout et tout. Cette fois-ci, elle a décidé d’avoir un emploi super souple. Elle voudrait aller à Quimper et visiter un château de la Loire, mais à part ça, on décidera sur place – en français, bien sûr – de ce qu’on fera ensemble.

Greg viendra en avril, en Solo également. Son but est de passer au niveau supérieur du DELF. On est en train de préparer son séjour ensemble. Les possibilités sont nombreuses : des cours traditionnels, quelques excursions sans doute, peut-être un bon resto. Mais une chose est sûre : il n’y aura pas de poissons sur la table car « Berk ! Du poisson, ça va pas, non ? ». C’est noté !

En tous cas, je vous invite à cliquer sur les liens pour voir mon programme et j’espère vous voir en Bretagne au printemps prochain.

En attendant, je vous invite à faire cette petite interro loufoque : vous apprendrez du français en vous amusant. Et je suis presque sûre que vous allez cartonner.

À bientôt,

Anne

This is a picture of ‘your home’ during an IPFrance

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