Frequently Asked Questions 2017-06-15T15:44:22+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions

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All Love Speaking courses are valid until you cancel your subscription. You can cancel your course at any time before your next payment.

All of the Love Speaking courses offer you total flexibility. If you cannot attend your class, you can cancel it or reschedule it for another day, provided that you do it at least 12 hours in advance and that it is within the recoup period defined in our cancellation policy.

Every month your sessions are automatically renewed and they are valid for 30 days. You can cancel and reschedule the classes whenever you want, provided that it’s within the established timeframe and with sufficient notice.

For one-to-one classes, you can connect via Skype or from a landline telephone. For group classes, you can connect via the platform.

All of the Love Speaking courses include unlimited access to Café. These classes are carried out in open groups with a certified trainer. You’ll practice your English talking about fun and interesting topics in an informal environment, with a new topic every day. Classes take place every 30 minutes and you join whichever session suits you best.

Nos cours d’anglais ont été conçus de manière à respecter une fréquence hebdomadaire, fréquence recommandée si l’on veut progresser régulièrement tout au long de l’année. Cependant, si vous souhaitez suivre un programme plus intensif, n’hésitez pas à nous écrire à et à nous faire part de la fréquence que vous voudriez instaurer. Nous ne manquerons pas d’adapter notre formation à vos besoins.

Yes, our Coach program is available in German, French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. Send us an email to hello@lovespeaking and we will send you all the information that you need.

If you have a beginner level, we recommend the Coach or Academy courses, since they are based on a study plan that is adapted to all levels on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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