As a French native studying to become a French teacher, I would love to be able to practice my French and to help others. This group will be benevolent and a safe place to practice. All mistake will be the most welcome they are the best way to learn.
What is available :
- A weekly French discussion event with a different topic each time.
- Possibility to organize lessons in 1/1 or group. This could be organize online via Zoom or Face to Face.
- Every month a French cooking practice only accessible by group members that we already met.
- Every month a game night like pictionnary... in French.
Everyone who would like to learn to speak French or just practice is welcome. I could organize different group with different purpose if you wish. I am very adaptable so we could modified the time and day of the meeting.
We can meet at the library or at a café.
You can donate if you'd like to help me cover the expenses like the cost of Meet-Up or printing support...
Delicious Comedy, Historical M 112 minutes French with English Subtitles Éric Besnard’s mouth-watering new film (in the grand tradition of Chocolat and Big Night) is set in 1789, just prior to the Revolution, when gastronomy is strictly the domain of the aristocrats. When the talented but prideful cook Manceron (Grégory Gadebois) serves an unapproved dish of his own creation at a dinner hosted by the self-entitled Duke of Chamfort, the repercussions are brutal, and he is promptly dismissed. Wounded, Manceron retreats with his son to a regional inn visited only infrequently by travellers, and where vegetable soup is the common meal. When a mysterious woman (Isabelle Carré) arrives and offers to pay to become his apprentice, the stage is set for a wildly enjoyable tale of reignited passion, mentorship and revenge... and of the creation of France’s very first restaurant.