The Complete French Course

World-famous French teacher Comprehensive lesson timeline designed to take you from the very basics to complete fluency Used by millions of students around the world Enjoy Alexa’s unique teaching style across easy-to-follow audio, video and written content
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What's included

Everything you need to speak French like a native

  • 40 lessons that take you from A1 (beginner) level to C2 (proficiency)
  • Your own personal account area to keep track of your progress

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Some common questions about Alexa's Complete French Course

How often are the live lessons?

Alexa brings out a new live lesson every couple of weeks. Each of these lessons covers an important aspect of learning French and doubles as a great opportunity for you to communicate with Alexa and the wider Learn French with Alexa community.

The live lessons every second Tuesday, at 10:30, 12:30 or 13:30 GMT, although we occasionally take short breaks in the Summer and around Christmas.

What is the difference between YouTube and the Complete French Course?

The 'Learn French With Alexa' YouTube channel is a free resource providing French education in relaxed, easy-to-follow videos on a range of topics.

With the YouTube paid membership you will get access to support guides to some of our popular YouTube playlists, access to our regular live lessons and more, depending on the membership level. Visit our YouTube page to find out more. (Learn French With Alexa - YouTube)

The 'Complete French Course' is for people who wish to take their French to the next level and really want to focus on achieving fluency. The course is carefully structured from A1 (beginner) level to C2 (proficiency) level, following the internationally recognised "CEFR" guidelines.

Will The Complete French Course help me pass the DELF/DALF exam?

The LFWA course is not specifically designed for DELF/DALF exam preparation, however the course covers all the grammatical points which are required in the exam from A1 (beginner) level up to C2 (proficiency) level. So although the course is not explicitly designed to prepare for you for the exam, it can certainly supplement and help your DELF/TFE preparation. Why not take a look at the course outline to see exactly what is covered in each lesson.