French lessons


I offer French for beginners, intermediate and advanced, via Skype or face-to-face (in London).

All courses are tailor-made.

Via Skype.


  • The ultimate flexibility: you choose when and where to have your lesson
  • No need to commute to a school, no travel costs, you save time & money!
  • Free learning material (documents and learning material shared online)
  • Immediate written correction:via Skype, I am correcting all your mistakes immediately.
  • No minimum commitment: buy as many or as few language classes as you need or want
  • The perfect way to easily catch up on a missed lesson or complement to traditional face-to-face lessons.
  • A great course follow-on option
  • The communicative practice you need to make self-study worthwhile.


To learn more about Skype (how to download it and how it works), please click here.



I live and work in London. I only have face- to- face lessons in South-East London in the following areas: SE26 (Sydenham), SE23 (Crystal Palace/Honor Oak Park), SE4/ SE14 (Brokley/ New Cross Gate), E14 (London Bridge/ Canary Wharf).

Please see below to learn more about the available courses and click here for prices.

Blended course


Busy? Need a bit of flexibility? Why not to try a blended course which allows you to have a certain   number of lessons in person, via Skype or over the phone?

Contact me for more information and a quote.



The following courses are available:


Click on the course title to learn more about the programme you are interested in.


French lessons for general purpose:

– General French beginner

– General French elementary

– General French intermediate/ upper intermediate

– General French advanced level (with emphasis on conversation and accent reduction)

– General French crash course (weekdays or weekends)

– Holiday Essentials.


French for specific purposes:

– French at work

– French for French house owners

– French for relocation,

– French at university,

– Medical French,

– French for diplomatic staff/ civil servants working for the European institutions.


Material used:

selected texts & newspaper articles, real life documents, comic strips, online material, PP slides, audio clips, music, YouTube videos, teacher’s own material.