You want to learn to speak French? That's Frantastique
- Riviera Reporter
The French training website Frantastique was developed by its parent company A9 SAS, along with its sister, Gymglish, a professional English training that has been used in 5236 organisations around the world, including the Suez Group, IBM, Shell and BNP Paribas, which is also part of the curriculum in more than 40 universities across Europe and Latin America.
A9 used a team of English and French writers to develop pedagogical content for Frantastique’s three main learning elements: an e-mail, a funstory and personalised corrections and explanations.
The gang at Frantastique say it’s as simple as 1-2-3:
1. Your daily lesson is sent by email every morning, and contains a selection of exercises, videos, texts, dialogues, conjugation tests, and mini-lessons in French. After clicking the “Envoyer” button, you will receive a correction email with your daily score, explanations of your answers, the scripts of the dialogues or videos, the vocabulary you have requested and more.
2. Story-based lessons feature fun characters in a French-speaking context with plenty of culture and business elements.
3. Our artificial intelligence engine builds lessons based on your needs, your requests, and your level. You will discover professional scenarios, a wide variety of accents, and exercises and plenty of humour. 10 to 15 minutes daily is all it takes! The course automatically adapts to your objectives, needs, and learning speed. The artificial intelligence engine builds each lesson dynamically to focus on points of difficulty, as well as topics you’ve requested, to ensure you’ve committed what you’ve learned to your long-term memory. Your French improves effortlessly, daily!
Instruction is available in English, Dutch, Portuguese and French. To try a free week of lessons, go to Online French lessons