Idiomatic expressions are some of the last things second-language learners master!
This class will explore the variety and meaning behind some of the most common colorful idioms of the French language. Divided into three lessons, covering expressions using animals, food, and parts of the body, this course will help you speak like a native during your next trip to France.
Wednesdays | From June 20th to July 11th
Time: 12:00-1:30 PM
Level: B1-B2 | Intemediate to Advanced
Meet the teacher
Véronique Ferry Hering Véronique is a native of Monaco and started teaching French as a foreign language in 2004 after having moved to Atlanta. Previously, she worked for 15 years in France, in large businesses (Carrefour, Xerox, Areva) as a HR Manager. She has a master in Psychology, a graduate degree in Management from the Grenoble University Graduate Business institute, and a degree in Teaching French as a foreign language (DAEFLE) in May 2007, with honors. She is married and have two boys. She is a DELF / DALF Examiner–Scorer accreditation and TCF examiner-scorer accreditation. She loves teaching French because sharing her knowledge and her culture with others is very rewarding. As an instructor, She likes to inspire, support, mentor and get the chance to discover and share.