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Whether you’re looking to learn the basics or dive into the language of literary greats like Flaubert and Zola, the best way to improve your French is to enrol in a language school in France. It’s a fun way to hone your linguistic skills, with the added bonus of travel.

Immersion in the local culture is also the fastest way to fluency – language acquisition happens naturally on morning missions to the boulangerie, lunch chats with new friends or perhaps an evening at the cinema to catch a film (en français, bien sûr!). In 2014, the Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to French author Patrick Modiano, and you may be keen to read his books in their original language. Or maybe your goal is to order correctly in a bistro, or to discuss European politics at a Parisian dinner party.

Whatever your ambition, there is a language school in France to match. From Paris to Provence, we’ve selected an array of language schools to help you make the best choice…

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