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Cours De Français is a modern and dynamic institute for French courses in Amsterdam. We are specialized in the field of French language courses and training for both the business market and individuals. Cours De Français works exclusively with professional language trainers, a team of native speakers
Cours de Français is the language institute for French courses
CDF is a modern and dynamic institute for French courses in Amsterdam. We are specialized in the field of French language courses and training for both the business market and individuals. CDF works exclusively with professional language trainers, a team of native speakers, all experts in their field. Whether you work in sales and marketing, legal services, financial services or logistics and transport, we offer you efficient tailor-made French language courses.
Do you have a busy schedule, but would you still like to take a business French course? Then our tailor-made business French courses offer an excellent solution for you.
You may have thought about taking a French course. Or you want to know more about the cultural life of contemporary France. Then you have come to the right place at the institute for French courses in Amsterdam.
To be able to communicate successfully and do business with the French, it is useful to know more about business communication, traditions and etiquette in this country
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Je, tu, il, nous, vous, ils… You know those words. But when a personal pronoun is used as a direct object, or indirect object, the matter changes. Here you can read when to use which word. In Dutch you probably do it right automatically, and you don't have to parse a...
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What do our clients say?
I undertook an intensive four day tailor-made French course created and led by Jean-Luc Le Gouez, a trainer at institute CDF Cours De Fançais, which really boosted both my written and oral skills in a short period. Jean-Luc is well-prepared, patient, an excellent communicator and fun to learn with – I highly recommend him.
Sarah Caille, Toddler Holiday Manager
The lessons matched my learning goals perfectly. Good preparation of the lesson by the CDF teacher with relevant material to build specific vocabulary.
I was also very happy with the focus on oral skills. I wholeheartedly recommend Jean-Luc’s lessons!
Sabine Dankbaar, Consultant Steward Redqueen
I always thought I could get by with my high school French … until I moved to the French countryside to start a bed and breakfast and was thrown in the deep end! Glad I discovered Cours de Français just in time! In a week in a very pleasant, concrete and practical way my knowledge of the French language and culture was updated on essential points, which made my French start a lot easier and faster!
Mark Hofman, Director of Domaine de la Tour