Relax and imagine that you are sipping a glass of wine in an art gallery in Paris. Join us for a French Friday, you will enjoy delicious French delicacies and make plenty of network opportunities!
Friday, 20 December 2019
From 6.30pm to 7.30pm: Free Cultural Workshop “Eloquence à la française” – Register here
Be it in a court or in university (like the lawyers in “Le Brio” screened for this French Friday), on stage, in literature, in politics, or in everyday life, French-speaking people are passionate about “l’éloquence“, “l’art du discours” : the art of speaking, infused with a subtle mix of logic, verve, sense of drama, elegance, depth and vanity, embodiment of the French culture and psychology. Join us for an entertaining glance at some famous French speeches, share the greatest moments of eloquence from your own culture and learn some tips for making any statement convincing and attractive in French.
Teacher: Etienne Dessaut For AF Students only.
If you’ve always wanted to learn French, but hesitate to make the first step, our Free Trial Class is for you!
During our French Friday, get a taste of the French language in a fun and relaxed atmosphere: pronounce “Bonjour” and “Ça va” the right way! In just one hour you will learn basic greetings and how to introduce yourself, as well as some other easy key words to start a conversation with native French people.
Open to AF students, members and general public, this informal, laid-back event, enables people to discuss in French, practice their language skills while making new friends from all over the world! Some native French speakers will join to moderate small conversation groups and help people get to know each other. Enjoy this moment with delicious French food, wine, games and plenty of networking opportunities. FREE (AF members) | S$15.00 (Non-members)
Neïla, a girl of Algerian descent, lives in a housing project in the suburbs of Paris with her mother and her grandmother. Always a good pupil, she has decided to become a lawyer and, to this end, has enrolled at the Assas University in Paris. But her first day proves an harrowing experience: arriving late in class of Pierre Mazard, a seasoned but controversial law professor, poor Neïla is taken to task by him, and in words tainted with racism. After this incident, the professor is forced to mentor the student he wronged for a speech contest… FREE (AF members) | S$10.00 (Non-members)
Evening for adults only
Mandatory for members: Membership card to be presented at the door for verification.