AFUSA hosts a national French conversation group that meets via Zoom every Wednesday. Participants are invited to enjoy their favorite beverage during the “Apéro” conversation.
The group is for high-intermediate to advanced (or fluent) speakers who are current members of an Alliance Française chapter in the U.S. If you are not a current member of Alliances Française de Tulsa, you can sign up for membership here.
Native speakers are welcome. This group conversation is for adult participants, ages 17 and up.
Note that conversation groups are not substitutes for taking an official French class. Conversation groups are for informal practice and for sharing the joy of conversing in French with other like-minded Francophiles or Francophones.
The national group meets by Zoom for an hour every Wednesday.
The group is hosted by a member of the Federation of Alliances Françaises board, Linda Witt. Attendees will be assigned to breakout rooms of 4-5 people, with each breakout session lasting 14 minutes. The rooms are then are re-created (for a different mix each time). In this way, participants get to meet and chat with a variety of participants from different backgrounds, regions, and fluency levels.
Participants will need to use Zoom (a free videoconferencing service). To get on the invitation list for the “Apéro-National” sessions, click here.
When: Every Wednesday at 7 pm CT
Where: Online Zoom Call (Register for the link here)