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Durban Language Centre uses the “Communicative Method” of language teaching. Grammar is taught every day, but the new language is practised with a focus on real communication. Each day you can expect to:
- Revise and learn a new language items
- Revise and learn new vocabulary
- Practice speaking
- Use listening and reading skills
- Writing tasks are usually set for homework in order to maximize valuable class-time.
Private lessons :
Monday – Friday: 8:00 am to 20:00 pm.
Saturday: 9:00 am to 13:30 pm
Mondays: 17:30 to 19:30
Saturdays: 9:00 to 11:00
Private lessons: R350 per hour
Classes: R2000 per 8 weeks
Acceptance letters can be provided, and South African Home Affairs issues visas for students who wish to study in Durban.
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Why learn French?
Because it is melodious and beautiful, and even call the language of love.
On a more serious side, it is an advantage on the job market, especially in Africa were 31 countries are french-speaking. It is also use in many international organisations like the UN, UNESCO, EU or NATO. Speaking French is also very useful if you want to travel to Paris, on the French Riviera or in one of the 68 countries were French is spoken! It is also the language of culture. You will be able to enjoy cinema, literature or even comics in the original version.