Fran­co­phonie on cam­pus

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FIRST STEP: LEARN THE LAN­GUAGE BE­YOND BAGUETTE AND CROIS­SANT

You can do that at the Cen­tre d’en­seigne­ment du français (CEF), where they will as­sign you to a cer­tain French class de­pend­ing on the re­sults of your as­s­es­ment test. Here’s a fancy aba­cus-in­spired pyra­mid the CEF made for you.

If you’re feel­ing like La Fon­taine’s frog, ready to take on the French lit­er­a­ture ox, you can do that at the Dé­parte­ment de langue et lit­téra­ture françaises (al­though in La Fon­taine’s fa­ble, the frog in­flates, try­ing to get as big as the ox un­til it blows up, so don’t get too am­bi­tious). You can take French lit­er­a­ture, trans­la­tion, com­po­si­tion and ad­vanced gram­mar classes there.

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