General French Group for Adults

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The program, open year round, is tailored to your language skills, needs, interests and goals. The emphasis is on communication skills. Recordings and videos are used in the lessons to improve listening comprehension.

15 hour program per week

 Start dates 

All levels except beginner are accepted all year round and you can start whenever you want.

For beginners we ask for a minimum of two weeks of lessons, which start on the following dates:

  • January 3, February 7, April 4, May 23, July 4, August 1, August 29,
  • October 3, November 21.

We define as a beginner a person who has no knowledge or who cannot communicate even in very basic sentences, for example to introduce himself (mcq less than A1.3)

If a student, registered outside the dates speci fi c for beginners, is considered at this level, an individual program will be offered as defined in our general conditions of sale.


When registering, you will be asked to indicate your needs. The online test should be completed as soon as possible and no later than 3 weeks before your arrival date. An individual interview on the first day will allow us to organize the groups according to the levels and expectations of each.


Monday : 10H to 13H15
From Tuesday to Friday : 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. (15 min break)

First day :
8:30 am - 9:30 am: oral test
9:30 am - 10 am: presentation of the team and details of the activities

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Course open from 16 years old and over

From one week to one year

All year

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20 hour program per week

Immerse yourself in the discovery of French culture with our 20 hour program. Our morning general French program is complemented by two cultural workshops allowing our students to apply their new language skills to a variety of subjects.


15 pm in the morning + Tuesday & Thursday from 13 pm to 30 pm (16min break).


These workshops allow our students to practice French in a relaxed atmosphere while discovering various aspects of French culture.

The workshop brings together learners participating in our di ff erent adult programs: 10 to 15 people depending on the theme.

Participants must have a minimum level A2 to participate in these workshops.

For those who do not yet have A2 level, other alternatives can be offered such as multimedia work or a conversation course specially designed for lower levels. It is possible to follow the 20 hour program for only part of the stay. The workshops take place either in inlingua or in town.


• On the way to Quebec
• The Protestant history of La Rochelle
• Famous ships like Hermione the famous Lafayette boat
• Historical figures who came to La Rochelle
• Guided tour of the towers of the old port of La Rochelle

 French cinema: 

• Films shot in La Rochelle
•The new wave "
• Explore the work of Pagnol, Tru ff aut, Godard, Costa Gavras, Luc Besson…
• Famous French actor / actress

 Intercultural themes: 

• Stereotypes
• French communities around the world
• The New World Museum
Theater :
• Play excerpts from plays
• Vaudeville theater

 French music : 

• French singers who have marked the Francofolies de La Rochelle
• Women in French music
• Politically engaged artists


• Explore the works of famous French authors.
These themes change regularly