EXPERT / NY / MONDAY 06-17-24

Level 7 | NYC In-person

Expert Les médias français et l'actualité

Monday, Jun 17 - Monday, Jul 08
7:00pm - 9:00pm ET
4 Weeks


Anicet was born in Gien, a small town in the South of Paris, and raised in the Loire Valley. Anicet came to the US in 2018 and joined Coucou a few months later. When it comes to language nerds, Anicet has the full package! In addition to a Master’s Degree in Classics, with a specialty in linguistics and language history, he is a trained professional singer. His career has taken him worldwide singing regularly in more than 6 languages.

#Energetic #History Buff #Linguistics Expert #Supportive


407 Broome St,2nd floor, New York NY 10013
Door code 1111*

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Les médias français et l’actualité

Stay up-to-date with the news in France and learn to understand the French journalistic tone! Study real news articles, podcasts and more to learn all about the French media landscape. Master the passive voice and the conditional, expand your vocabulary and get to know France from a new perspective.

What will be covered in this module:

  • la voix passive
  • l’usage du conditionnel
  • revue de presse
  • le PAF: panorama des chaînes de radio et télé françaises
  • les détournements humoristiques de l’info


This class will be taught exclusively in French.


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You're Expert, if...

You only need an occasional review of advanced grammatical topics, and you mostly want to improve your conversation skills.

You’d like to work on your French slang and learn to master idiomatic expressions so you can truly sound like a native.

You would love to meet like-minded francophiles and learn more about French culture.

You can take this class repeatedly to keep your French alive and acquire new vocabulary: no one is ever “done” learning a language!