Helping French and American Classrooms Connect
Learn French daily with an e-mail, a story, and a personalized correction. In each lesson, follow the adventures of Victor Hugo as he explores the Francophone universe. The courses are humorous, practical and include a wide variety of accents. These lessons are adapted for post-beginners (from 15 years old).
Supporting French-English Education in New York's public schools
50% of the revenues generated by this online course will be donated to support the development of French-English dual-language programs in New York's public schools. The funds will be used to purchase books for schools, provide scholarships for teachers, and create new programs throughout the city.
This offer is provided by the creators of the world-famous Gymglish, The Rich Morning Show and Frantastique who have put together affordable and exciting online English and French lessons through daily e-mails. The programs currently have 1,183,799 users of different levels, objectives and professions all over the world.
Gymglish, the Gymnastic of English
Gymglish propose des cours d'anglais en ligne par e-mails quotidiens. Dans chaque leçon, découvrez votre épisode de la saga Delavigne à San Francisco : humour, anglais 'business', accents variés...
The Rich Morning Show
Le Rich Morning Show est un programme éducatif d'anglais pour débutants : une série de dessins animés ludiques acheminés par e-mails quotidiens, et assortis de questions, corrections, mini-leçons et révisions personnalisées.
The French Bilingual Revolution
As the fourth most spoken language in New York City, with 116,000 speakers citywide, French is deeply entwined in New York's linguistic fabric. And so is English obviously. New York City is at the center of this bilingual revolution, with eight public schools offering dual language programs from grade K-6, and plans to extend those programs through High School.