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Canadian French for Flight Attendants
The French course designed for current and aspiring Flight Attendants
Our audio course is divided into the 6 modules below. Start from Lesson 1 in Module 1. Simply listen and repeat out loud. You're ready to move onto the next lesson when you can say most of the French phrases when prompted, before the native French speaker says them. Repeat lessons, or parts of lessons as needed. Sample lessons below.
  • Each module has 20 audio lessons. (Module 6 has 3 extra bonus lessons with mock airline French tests.)
  • Each lesson runs about 35-45 minutes each.
  • Each lesson and module builds on what you learn in previous ones.
  • For best results, do lessons and modules sequentially and on a daily basis.
  • For your reference, each module download comes with a PDF document of the major expressions taught in the lessons. No other reading, writing, or visual materials. Our audio course is fully portable!
  • Each module download is contained in a zip folder. Please unzip/extract the folder to access audio files and PDF.
Course outline subject to change.
Try our lessons
Listen and repeat out loud
Sample our lessons and learn:
  • to introduce yourself
  • talk about yourself, your studies, work and family
  • greet boarding passengers, direct them to their seats
  • do in flight drink service
  • tagging and checking bags to the cargo hold
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  • Full Lesson 61: Dealing with bags that don't fit in the bins. Running out of overhead bin space. Less common drink requests. Improperly stowed bags.
  • Full Lesson 81: Seat changes. Mass and balance problems. Special meals. Dealing with catering errors. Finding passengers' lost belongings.
  • Full Lesson 102: How long you've been working as a flight attendant. What you did before. Why you decided to become a flight attendant.

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