• The actress opted for complete immersion in one of the DialoguE centres
  • You have never learned a language so quickly in such a pleasant context

DialoguE with the stars04/11/2014

You have never learned a language so quickly in such a pleasant context. A great many European diplomats, ambassadors and politicians have chosen complete immersion at the DialoguE language school in Spa in order to learn or improve their French. 

"When we created DialoguE in 1991, we opted for a different approach from that of other language schools. Here, it is the teachers who adapt to the difficulties, objectives and needs of students and not the opposite", explains the founder of the school in Spa, Jean-Luc Godard.

It was in Spa that the former language professor, Jean-Luc Godard, established the company's head office. However, the concept was very quickly exported beyond our borders. Indeed, the training centre in Spa has six other partners in Europe. Today, DialoguE offers courses in five languages: English, Dutch, German, Spanish and French. With immersion being the watchword, training is always provided at a location where the language being learned is spoken. In short, if you want to speak English, you will learn it at the DialoguE centre in Florida or in Folkestone, England.

The effectiveness and speed which DialoguE promises has won over a wide audience. Claimed to be "one of the best language schools" by the Wall Street Journal, over the past few years, DialoguE has welcomed the Harvard Professor who taught Barack Obama!

Recently, the language school opened its doors to the English actress, Gemma Arterton. The actress is particularly famous for her roles in "Hansel and Gretel", "Players", and "Prince of Persia", to mention just a few. Indeed, the actress opted for complete immersion in one of the DialoguE centres to prepare for her latest film "Gemma Bovery", in which she stars alongside Fabrice Luchini. 

Over a period of 20 years, DialoguE has helped more than 4,000 people to learn and master a foreign language.

 

DialoguE with the stars

You have never learned a language so quickly in such a pleasant context. A great many European diplomats, ambassadors and politicians have chosen complete immersion at the DialoguE language school in Spa in order to learn or improve their French. 

"When we created DialoguE in 1991, we opted for a different approach from that of other language schools. Here, it is the teachers who adapt to the difficulties, objectives and needs of students and not the opposite", explains the founder of the school in Spa, Jean-Luc Godard.

It was in Spa that the former language professor, Jean-Luc Godard, established the company's head office. However, the concept was very quickly exported beyond our borders. Indeed, the training centre in Spa has six other partners in Europe. Today, DialoguE offers courses in five languages: English, Dutch, German, Spanish and French. With immersion being the watchword, training is always provided at a location where the language being learned is spoken. In short, if you want to speak English, you will learn it at the DialoguE centre in Florida or in Folkestone, England.

The effectiveness and speed which DialoguE promises has won over a wide audience. Claimed to be "one of the best language schools" by the Wall Street Journal, over the past few years, DialoguE has welcomed the Harvard Professor who taught Barack Obama!

Recently, the language school opened its doors to the English actress, Gemma Arterton. The actress is particularly famous for her roles in "Hansel and Gretel", "Players", and "Prince of Persia", to mention just a few. Indeed, the actress opted for complete immersion in one of the DialoguE centres to prepare for her latest film "Gemma Bovery", in which she stars alongside Fabrice Luchini. 

Over a period of 20 years, DialoguE has helped more than 4,000 people to learn and master a foreign language.

 

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