France has given many words to the English language, including blond, influx, and quatrain —all three of which form the cornerstone for your uncle's favorite joke. Use today's Groupon to thank France in its own language for its contributions to our culture, whatever the height of its brow: for $49, you get $100 worth of classes at Alliance Française de Milwaukee. Along with your classes, you'll receive a membership to the illustrious idiom institute, and all the discounts and benefits that come with it (a $20 value for student, a $40 value for individual, a $60 value for family, and a $30 value for French teacher). This Groupon does not apply toward private lessons, and course materials are not included.
Alliance Française de Milwaukee promotes the spread of French language and culture with a Rhone River's worth of classes for Escondeaux-enthusiasts and Nice-newcomers alike. During the Alliance's winter, spring, summer, and fall sessions, 10-week courses ($280, 20 hours total) are available for beginner and intermediate students. Trade witticisms during the conversation classes ($235, 15 hours total), ideal for practicing phrases such as "Where is the bathroom?" and "I understood everything you said about me to that other waiter," or add a charming flair to baby babbling through the children's courses ($170, 10 hours total). Check out Alliance Française de Milwaukee's current class offerings and policies before scheduling your class. Short courses are also available each session.
With year-round cultural events and classes, Alliance Française de Milwaukee offers ample opportunities for those looking to brush up on languages that are spoken more widely than the one known only to one's identical twin. Classes are offered during the day, at night, and on weekends, allowing even the busiest of bees and buffalos to sample the sweet nectar that is the French language. Call ahead to reserve your spot in a class.
Alliance Française de Milwaukee
French, of course, for French Alliance of Milwaukee, Alliance Française de Milwaukee transplants the culture and language of the French-speaking world to the city's Lake Michigan shores. Several teachers help students learn the smooth, mellifluous language even if they weren't born with a Frenchman's velvet tongue, and a variety of events commemorate French history, from the joyous summer hours of Bastille Day to the annual release of the beaujolais nouveau wine each fall.
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