Learn French in Auckland
Speaking French makes ‘un voyage’ to France, New Caledonia, Tahiti or Vanuatu more enriching and enjoyable. French is an official language of 29 countries around the world, and is essential for travel to much of Africa, including North Africa and parts of the middle east. You will find French speakers all over the world. As such, speaking French is a very useful skill to have. Speaking French allows you to experience French and African books, plays and other works in their native language, and learn about diverse cultures all over the world. French is fun and relatively easy to learn, as English shares around 60% of its vocabulary with French.
French learning options
Choose to learn French in the style that suits you best:
French classes at the Language Hub :
• Are 100% immersion
• Cover the four skills speaking, listening, reading and writing
• Focus on language acquisition and retention
• Cover 6 levels from beginners to advanced
• Are fun, effective and engaging
• Use international best practice teaching techniques
• Include Online Learning so you can keep learning between classes
Your Pathway to Speaking French
When you enrol as a Language Hub student you also get free access to Language Hub’s comprehensive and complementary Online Learning Programme.
French class levels
French classes at the Language Hub are broken down into 6 levels, with each level taking approximately one year to complete. These levels correspond to the levels given by the Common European Framework for Languages. Students start in Level A1, and progress through to level C2. A level C2 certificate acknowledges total fluency in French.
Not a beginner?
Test your French level to find out which class is best for you.
Meet your teacher
Target your Learning to your Goals
The reason why you are learning French can change the way you learn it. If you have a specific goal in mind, get some tips to help you meet that goal:
Lise has a Bachelor of Education Science from the Higher Institute of Pedagogy in Paris. Her experience and her studies taught her a lot about learners needs and their stages of development. But education is more that methodology, and she strongly believes in being taught “how to think, not what to think”. So at Language Hub she teaches French, and how to be more confident in your spoken French and in your abilities. Lise loves learning new things and meeting new people, and would love to see you in French class to get to know you better.