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What about having french courses in a tropical island, in the warm Indian Ocean ? You can choose to attend Group course or Private Course or a Combination of both of them. It's up to you !

After school you can discover the marvels of our amazing Reunion Island. Make new friends and enjoy our suggestion-of-activities planning ! You won't forget the taste of the reunionese dishes, the colorful culture, the magnificent intensity of the tropical, coastal, montaineous landscape !

We guarantee high quality courses : the group are up to 8 students max., and are conversation-oriented. The Private lessons face to face with a teacher are personalized and designed to improve where the student has difficulties.

Most of our students are staying in one of our carefully selected host families : the best way to make the most of the language stay and intensify the french practice after school.

If you want to discover what’s going on at our school at the moment, feel free to like and follow our Facebook page : Learn French on Reunion Island - DP LANGUES Reunion ! 

You can also have a look at our website DP Langues - School of Language. We have an Online French Test that can you do at any time !

Looking forward to hearing from you soon !

With tropical regards,

DP Langues Team :)

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