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French activity days in and around Morzine

Locally based language school Lost In Translation have launched a programme of activity days around the area to help you improve your French.

The activities take place during summer and autumn and involve a combination of professional French tuition and putting your new skills into practise. You can choose either a full day or a half day activity and you can even take your children along with you. There are currently four activities on offer:

Visit to a cheese farm

After a short teaching session to prepare you for the task ahead, enjoy a short mountain stroll up to a local cheese farm where the farmer will talk you through the cheese-making process in French and allow you to practise your French asking questions and discussing with him and his colleagues.  Followed by a tasting of local cheese.

Visit a local market

Take advantage of one of our regional markets to practise your French with our market challenge!  Accompanied by a French native speaker, make your way around a local market, sampling local produce and finding out the answers to our market challenge on the way.

Wine tasting

Ever fancied learning more about wine so you’re not just choosing a pretty bottle from the supermarket shelves?  Join us for a short teaching session to prepare you for the task ahead and then speak to the experts about the wines they have chosen, learn about the wine-making process, the different wine-making regions in France while sampling a selection of wines.

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Visit one of the most picturesque villages in the local area and practise your French at the same time with our local quiz.  A short teaching session will prepare you for the activity, then explore the village with the help of a French native speaker.

For more information contact Lost In Translation on +33 (0) 6 10 40 10 92 or e-mail helen@lost-intranslation.com

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