8 Places To Easily Learn To Speak French For FREE In Montreal
So you that you can get hired for more jobs.
If there's one thing that's really hard to do in Montreal, it's finding a job when you don't speak French.
And even if you do find one, chances are it won't be your dream job.
So if you want to get the job YOU WANT, there are basically 3 solutions:
- Hope to get lucky in the job market
- Or suck it up and learn some French.
You do live in Quebec after all, so at the very least, you should probably consult this.
If you need a little bit more vocabulary than that, though, and don't want to spend hundreds of dollars on French courses that you're not guarantee to stick with it, why not try one of the following FREE courses.
We found a wide range of different services that offer full and part-time options (in actual classrooms), as well as a variety of free online services so you can learn at home in your spare time.
1. Quebec Government Classes
These classes are full time and require you to be available for at least 30 hours a week.
2. Part time Government Classes
This is perfect for those who need to learn in their spare time.
3. Learning French In The Workplace
For those who only need to learn enough French to get by in the workplace.
4. Specialized Courses
These courses are perfect for people who are trained in a specific field so that they can learn to work in French as well.
5. Self Training At Home
If you don't have time to attend classes in person, you can just learn on your own time at home.
6. Free Online Course
Great online course if you want to learn French from France rather than Quebecois.
7. Free Basic French Course Online
This course lasts 6-10 hour and is designed to give you a quick and easy intro to French.
8. Free Intermediate Online French Course
If you already know the basics but you just want to improve your conversation skills, you should opt for this slightly more advanced course.
(Note: The courses offered directly through the government of Quebec are free if you are 16 years of age or older and have been living in Canada for five years or less)