- Tailored for any level of French-speakers
- Short, personalized, and fun lessons
- Lessons take about 15 minutes, meaning you can easily fit the course into your busy schedule
- It offers three different plans to align with your needs and budget alike
- All lessons are personalized to your level of French
- Focuses on revisions
- Content is dripped out gradually
- Limited to five lessons per week
- Simple interface
Frantastique offers personalized lessons according to your needs, capabilities, and goals and utilizes a creative story-based approach. It's one of the more unique French courses I've seen but the content is slow-dripped, and not ideal for hurried learners.
Frantastique is a unique online French course with a creative, story-based approach to teaching French.
When learning French with Frantastique, you’ll receive a personalized lesson according to your needs, capabilities, and goals each day. Once you’ve completed the lesson, you’ll start receiving personalized corrections and explanations.
One of the more unusual aspects of this course (and one I love) is that the content is “dripped out”, which means you don’t immediate access to everything all at once.
It’s designed to give you just enough each day to work through without getting overwhelmed (some people may find this too restrictive but for most, it ’s excellent).
Finally, when you complete the course, you’ll get a certificate of completion.
The entire program is delivered in French which helps with immersion and getting used to the language faster.
Frantastique offers a 7-day free trial, allowing you to test the course out before you commit to a paid plan.
And if you decide that Frantastique is suitable for you, Frantastique offers three packages - Basic (€21 - €59 per month), Premium (€32 - €89 per month), and Pro (€42 - €84 per month).
All plans include level assessment, up to 5 lessons per week, personalized content, and certificate of completion. However, if you’re looking for personalization by sector, premium support, and certified diploma, you’ll need to upgrade to a Premium or Pro plan.
Overall, I love Frantastique and think it’s an excellent concept.
There are alternatives, of course. You can find them on the French resources page.
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