Clémence Lucchini

France

Bio

Clémence earned a Master's degree in Literatures, Cultures, and Languages from the University of Connecticut, where she taught French. After graduation, she wanted to continue teaching the French language and is now delighted to be part of the French Cultural Center / Alliance Française of Boston and Cambridge. In her spare time, Clémence is an avid reader, enjoys translating French poems into English, and kayaking on the Charles River.

Classes Recently Taught

C1-1+ | Débat d'idées!

Starting July 30, 2021 90 minutes/week for 5 weeks

Join the verbal arena and come sharpen your analytical and oratory skills the French way!

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B2-3/B2-4 | Philosopher... à la plage

Advanced
Starting July 28, 2021 90 minutes/week for 5 weeks

Join Clemence to dive into some philosophical texts and take advantage of vacation time that gives us the chance to find a crossing point that leads us to more freedom and lucidity.

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B1-1 | Intermediate French 1 - Slow-Paced - Part 1

Intermediate
Starting June 23, 2021 1 hour 30 per week for 10 weeks

Enjoy a slow-paced class! 90mn once a week to give you confidence and time to learn.

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B1-1 | Intermediate French 1

Intermediate
Starting June 22, 2021 3 hours per week for 10 weeks

Identify criteria for something, be cautious or aware of something, express your wishes and intentions, ask politely for something, talk over the phone, give advice, outline a hypothetical situation, describe a memory, a place, a visit to a foreign city and more!

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A1-0 | Absolute Beginner French

Beginner
Starting June 21, 2021 3 hours per week for 11 weeks

Are you ready to kick-start your French education? Learn to Ask for and give directions, understand an itinerary, get around using public transportation, and much more! This class is intended for students at the absolute beginner level with no prior French experience.

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B2-3 | Advanced French 3

Advanced
Starting June 21, 2021 3 hours per week for 10 weeks

Deepen your understanding of the complexities of French language and Francophone cultures as you analyze societal challenges and obstacles, take a position on an issue, describe and compare different cultures and political styles, and more.

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