PARLEZ-VOUZ FRANCAIS: Gwen Perret is brining language classes to Warwick.
PARLEZ-VOUZ FRANCAIS: Gwen Perret is brining language classes to Warwick. Nev Madsen

Learn the language of love right here in Warwick

YOU no longer have to go to Paris to learn the language of love.

A Toowoomba-based company is set to bring classes to Warwick, starting in 2018.

Bonjour director Gwen Perret said the opportunity has arisen for classes to make their way into the Rose City.

"We have an experienced teacher living in Warwick and travelling to Toowoomba," Ms Perret said.

"We are currently taking expressions of interest for three languages - French, Dutch and English as a foreign language."

Ms Perret said the classes offered more than just a new language.

"In our classes, you can actually have a cultural chat. It's not just academic," she said.

"We use a lot of media and videos from various French speaking countries.

"We have had students with us for three years, families we teach languages, and students who have come on our yearly trips overseas.

"Students can also expect to be invited to all of our social events in Toowoomba, as well as access to our library.

Ms Perret said the group was hopeful of starting classes in Warwick in the new year.

"Classes start on the 1st of February, and we are in the process of taking expressions of interest," she said.

"Group class run for an hour and a half per week over an eight-week term.

"Private sessions can be run and adjusted to a student's needs."

To view an enrolment form, head to: https://www.bonjourtoowoomba.com/



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