Our dynamic and approachable team will guide you through your learning experience and help you reach the fluency goal you are aiming for.
This will be done in a professional yet fun and inspiring atmosphere.
All our products and services are French-related : French courses for adults & children, French for business, French Playgroup, French-English Translation, French private tuition, French movies, French books, French Privilege Card and much more.
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I've been with French Toast since January 2013. The breadth and depth of knowledge alongside delightful tangential stories makes classes exciting to be in. The teacher teaches at a very appropriate pace, it isn't too fast nor is it too slow. There is an element of wittiness which contributes to the overall atmosphere in class. I look forward to my classes in FTLC !
My tutor is able to skilfully and quickly identify aspects of the language where I need more help in, and to customise the lesson on-the-spot. Her teaching is very structured, systematic and coherent. She makes lessons practical and fun !
David & James's tutor listened to our study aims and came up with very good ideas on how to proceed with age-appropriate lessons. The boys enjoyed working with their teacher. All in all a good experience !
I've been taught by many teachers at French Toast and though they all have different styles of teaching, they share one common trait which makes the tough French lessons thoroughly interesting : PASSION - which is synonymous with French culture! This was why I started my son Xavier in French Toast as well, and he enjoyed the lessons very much too, especially learning the catchy French songs !
Officially launched on 1st June 2010 by architect-turned-teacher Rémi Malachin, French Toast is fast proving to be a huge success. Starting off with a handful of students seeking private (one-to-one) lessons, French Toast grew to over 300 students spread across 20 different classes by the fourth term with about 100 more private students. Following this success, French Toast plans to open its first overseas franchise by 2014.
Passionate, efficient and dedicated: these are the common qualities of each French Toast Team member. Be it the native French-speaking Teachers, the Coordinator or the Director, all share a common passion for France, it's culture and language. However there is more to French Toast than simply being a language school. Its real aim is to share and spread the French culture and language. Besides providing French lessons, French Toast has successfully launched and organized various French-related projects and events such as the 6th French Student Idol in collaboration with the APFS and the French-related Privilege Card LaVIP (www.lavip.sg).
"Professional yet fun and inspiring" is our motto.
YOU CAN DO IT !
Anyone can learn French.
With your dedication and our experience, you can do it too !
Just remember : learning a new language, French or any other, demands commitment and perseverance, so never give up.
HAVING A GOOD TIME
Who says language classes have to be boring ?!
We believe that with the right teacher and methodology, you will not only learn French but you will have fun at the same time !
With interactive lessons and exercises as well as role-play, our passionate teachers will bring interactivity to the class.
MORE THAN A LANGUAGE SCHOOL
From our students feedback we quickly came to realize that the main challenge in Singapore was the lack of opportunity to put your French skills to use.
Well, fear no more as we have now created the Singapore Francophile Club (SFC) ! Join our group of francophones and francophiles, doesn't matter your level of French !
We try to meet once per month to speak French and enjoy French food, movies or anything French-related.
Nowadays any great Chef has his own French Toast recipe, but the dish's beginnings were not that exciting… Originated during the 14th century, it was very popular among the lower class. Bread being cheap and easy to make, it was the base of the alimentation, however it couldn't be kept for long and had to be eaten quickly.
The dish's purpose was to make use of the bread which has gone stale, too hard to be eaten, instead of throwing it away or giving it to the animals. This is the reason why we call it Pain Perdu. Pain stands for bread, and perdu (literally "lost") stands for wasted.