Beginners - Intermediates - Advanced
Cultural activities in and outside the school that will allow you to develop oral interaction competence and learn about Canadian culture.
Speak French thanks to intensive, immersive courses and an action-based approach.
Placement test required for non-beginners.


  • 3 Modules (Oral interaction, Phonetics and Pronunciation Workshop, Canadian Culture Workshop)
  • Sessions of 3 or 6 weeks (75 hours each session)
  • Material included
  • Schedules: mornings or afternoons (depending on the schedule of cultural activities)
  • Small groups


  • Oral and participatory practical approach
  • Clear objectives by level
  • Highly qualifies francophone teachers

Caractéristiques supplémentaires

  • Access to books and movies in French
  • Volunteer participation in the festivals of Quebec’s National Day (June 24), and Canada Day (July 1) Note: An intermediate or advanced level is required to participate in this activity
  • Facebook page to continue your learning
  • Free cultural activities

Cultural immersion

Academic-cultural activities depend on the session, possible visits:
  • Parliament
  • Omega Park (safari-zoo)
  • Diefenbunker Museum
  • Museums (Fine Arts, History, War, etc.)
  • Hydroelectric power station
  • Winter activities (dog sledding, snowshoeing, snow slide)
  • Others

Course Period

Winter: January 3 weeks
Spring: -
  • June 3 weeks
  • July 3 weeks
  • Fall: -

    Registration suspended until further notice



    • Basic greeting formulas.
    • Introducing yourself briefly and asking basic information from others.
    • Asking and giving information about time, day and date.
    • Asking and giving phone numbers.
    • Understanding and using frequently used everyday expressions.


    • Introducing yourself and others.
    • Asking and giving basic personal information about one’s address, belongings, and people.
    • Talking about tastes and preferences.
    • Requesting information on basic purchases.
    • Asking and giving itineraries.


    • Introducing yourself and your family.
    • Describing daily activities.
    • Describing a simple event from the past.
    • Narrating a short biography.


    • Talking about the weather and forecast.
    • Arguing in simple forms.
    • Describing a person.
    • Talking about personal projects.
    • Telling a past event.


    • Requesting information about a product or service.
    • Giving an opinion.
    • Comparing products and services.
    • Expressing tastes and preferences.
    • Expressing agreement and disagreement.


    • Describing and characterizing places.
    • Asking and giving information about activities and trips.
    • Arguing for decision-making about destinations and activities for a trip.
    • Suggesting and giving advice.
    • Proposing solutions.
    • Making a complaint.
    • Expressing obligation.


    • Asking and giving information about academic and work experience.
    • Proposing solutions to the problems of today's world.
    • Expressing personal opinions.
    • Arguing.
    • Participating in work-related meetings.
    • Convincing.


    • Exprimer ses intentions et ses ambitions
    • Résumer les principaux points d'une discussion.
    • Exprimer son point de vue et son opinion.
    • Argumenter.
    • Formuler des hypothèses.
    • Utiliser le discours direct et indirect.

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