French Café Conversation in Béziers
Since last September when I launched Love Learning Languages, my online FLE & ESL school, I have had a lot of local people right here in the Languedoc to inquire about group French conversation classes. I started looking around, and found that there’s really nothing like that to be found in Béziers. Café, French conversation, meeting new people… What a fun idea!
If you live in the region, or if you’ll be passing through and want to stop by for an hour of fun, easy going French conversation (with me!), I’d be happy to meet you. I started these group lessons about a month ago, and have a nice little group going. It’s fun, because we talk about all kinds of interesting topics. The participants come from around the world, and it’s an interesting mix of people. Vocabulary & grammar questions come up frequently, and that’s what I’m there for! There are plenty of mini grammar explanations at every conversation. We welcome more members, so check it out at meetup.com.
For this American French teacher, moving to France, and specifically to Béziers in the Languedoc-Roussillon (the “other” South of France) meant quitting my steady job back in the US and starting a new life and a new adventure. It is exhilarating to be starting my own business teaching French online via Skype, and being able to work from home. I never regret the decision we made, ever. I mean it. But. There are still a few pros & cons that are worthy of mentioning on this 4th day of FEBRUARY, 2014.
For now, I’m going to keep the short list very short. If I had to state only one awesome thing about living in Béziers, and only one rather miserable aspect….today, and just for today, I would say:
PRO: The sky is blue, and it’s almost 60 degrees. It’s heavenly.
CON: It smells like dog poop literally everywhere in this city.
Now if that doesn’t make you want to move to France, I don’t know what will. There are ways to forget about the dog poop, like walking past a fromagerie, for example. Smells bad, but tastes lovely. However, nothing can take away the feeling you get when walking to pick up your kids for lunch to bring them home for crêpes, and it’s practically t-shirt weather. Yeah, it’s February 4. Life is good.
Beginner French: Part 1, Au Café
November 29, 2013
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