The ability to speak more than one language is a skill that not only makes you competitive in the job market, but also opens the door to meeting new people and exposing yourself to new cultures and experiences.
If you speak Russian and you have problems with your French language don’t hesitate to join our French group classes for adults of all levels, from beginners’ to advanced. Designed in a communicative approach, the courses are taught by a Russian-speaking teacher and you will learn how to exchange in French from the first lessons. For more flexibility in the choice of hours, pace and work method best suited to your needs, do not hesitate to inquire about the formula of private lessons.
Russian language facts are not something you read about every day. Nevertheless, Russian is a very mysterious language for those who do not speak it. If you have reason to tackle the Russian language, do not hesitate to register for a Russian course with a native teacher. The operational objectives of these courses are to acquire basic knowledge in general or professional Russian (vocabulary, grammar, expression, comprehension), to be able to cope with simple professional situations, to write a simple e-mail, to participate in a conversation, answer the phone, quickly master the basics necessary for a good Russian learning.
We offer general and professional English courses that are designed to give you the language skills to live, work, study, and travel in an English-speaking environment. During your English language course, you will develop clear learning objectives based on your level and needs. We will continuously monitor your progress and will give regular feedback and advice throughout your course. Our goal is to help you develop the English language skills you desire.
If you are interested, Start Learning English. Fill in our form online.
Maslenitsa Maslenitsa (Russian: Мaсленица, also known as Butter Week, Crepe week, or Cheesefare Week) is an Eastern Slavic religious and folk holiday, celebrated during the last week before Great Lent, that is, the eighth week before Eastern Orthodox Pascha (Easter). Maslenitsa corresponds to the Western Christian Carnival, except that Orthodox Lent begins on a Monday instead of a Wednesday, and the Orthodox date of Easter can differ greatly from the Western Christian date.
Dear friends, You’ve been invited to a special party by the Association QU'ARTZ and the language school FORMAILLON that we have simply named, “Bonjour, l’été”. Prepare a dish or a few dishes with your friends that’s typical of your own country (salty or sweet), present your country and read a poem out loud in your native tongue. You can even say a few words in your native language. You’ll be get to sing and dance in traditional costumes, and there are no special conditions concerning your attendance.
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Formaillon is well referenced as a training organization on Datadock. This referencing is therefore a condition for each service provider to claim funding for the training actions it delivers. The referencing of the Formaillon Training Centre thus enables its partner companies to benefit from support for the training actions carried out, subject to the agreements of their OPCAs and other funders.