French Language & Culture for Travelers

French Language & Culture for Travelers is a four-week course that will serve as an introduction to French culture, language and etiquette for travelers. Participants will learn basic conversational and practical French language phrases that travelers commonly use, tips on reading menus and information on French cultural differences that could help vacationers avoid making a “faux pas,” or an embarrassing social situation. No materials are required, although a notebook for taking notes is recommended.

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Spring 2019

4 Weeks / TH 6:00-7:30 pm
Cost: $40
Start Date: March 21

Location: TBA
Teacher: Elise Leahy

Instructor Bio
Dr. Elise Leahy holds a Ph.D. in French from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has taught French language classes at Southern Utah University since 1992. In graduate school, she focused on French theatre and wrote a dissertation on late twentieth century historical dramas by Hélène Cixous. Leahy loves teaching all levels of French, from beginning and intermediate to literature and advanced courses. She has lived in France and travels to the country regularly.