Le Conversation Club? De Supper Street? EkiMae? How do you even say that? (ei-key-ma-ei)
Our unique approach – Supper Street
While learning a new language is useful and can look good on a CV, communication is what really matters, with some wine and cheese or sushi if possible . The atmosphere in the classroom is relaxed and comfortable. But for real-life practice we go to a French bar or a Japanese sushiya once a month. Tempted? Read more!
The “cafe lesson” is what everybody is looking forward to at the end of each month (including the teachers! :p ). A glass of wine or a selection of sushi/maki is included in the tuition fees! If you are not a student just yet but that sounds like something you’d love to do, please join us for £15! Our partners are French or Japanese people who have set up their businesses in London. They are more than happy to welcome you and let you try whay you’ve learned in class on them (It’s actually the focus of the lesson!). Most of our partners are on Upper Street, appropriately nicknamed Supper Street for its abundance of amazing restaurants.
- Our Programmes
By the end of our 12-week Beginner course, you will have reached an A1 (CEFR) level, which means that you’ll be to deal with situations that are related to your immediate surroundings and needs. (please scroll down for more detail). Voilà le programme:
By the end of our 12-week Pre-intermediate course, you will have reached an A2 (CEFR) level, which means that you’ll be to deal with familiar situations. (please scroll down for more detail). Voilà le programme:
By the end of our 12-week Intermediate course, you will have reached a B1 (CEFR) level, which means that you’ll be an independent speaker of the language. Congratulations! You have reached what is commonly known as the threshold level. Well done!