C'est la rentrée, when everyone heads back to school and work after a summer break. Do you need some French for an upcoming trip ?  Do you want to refresh your skills this fall ? Would you like to be able to speak with French friends and family ? Amey can help!

Ressources: two red and one green


lundi/jeudi 10h

lundi 12h45

mardi 10h30

vendredi 10h

histoire française  

la télé en français 

la radio française (France Culture)

Beginning / Débutant

Mid-Beginner  / Mi-Débutant 

Examen intermédiaire été 2017 


Fall 2017 Evening Classes

Fall 2017 Daytime Classes

Summer 2017 Daytime Classes

Summer 2017 Evening Classes

What's my level ?

Private tutoring / individual sessions 

Cultural Classes 


TACIFF-color-vert-v2-Small   This past Spring, the Archaeology Channel festival held in Eugene showed many films related to France. Click on the titles to watch the trailers for each film. Fatal Alchemy   Chambord: The Castle, the King & the Architect   The Enigma of the Great Menhir   The Grand Masters of the Chauvet Cave   The Bridge Recovered   Gyptis: A Greco-Massalian Boat (6th century BC)        

Schedule your own class! 

For 2 people:   1 hr = $36     1.5 hrs = $45     2hrs = $60 For 3 or more:  1.5 hrs = $15/person    2hrs = $20/person                                     Grab a friend and let's have fun with French! Classes can be organized on any topic. Some popular suggestions:  TRIP PLANNING  Set up a consultation with Amey to discuss your trip and any questions you have. Amey has many resources and can direct you to hidden gems to help make your trip memorable, unique and thoroughly enjoyable, whether you are traveling by yourself or on a tour. Rates as listed above. FRENCH FOR FUN  Introduction to French pronunciation & common words from many contexts: food, fashion, travel, crossword puzzles, history, antiquing, etc. A fun way to learn some French without taking a "language class". Suitable for any age! Rates as listed above. JUST THE BASICS Get the most essential phrases or some specific sentences/questions you would like to be able to ask. Rates as listed above.  

Want to sign up?

Send a message through the contact page with your name and the event you'd like to attend. The French With Amey Center is in downtown Springfield, off Mill St. between A & B, right next to Island Park. It is easily accessible by car, bus or bike. See below for complete directions.   

Need to work on your own ?

If you prefer to work at your own pace or the evening language classes don't fit your schedule, you can take Amey's individualized program. Offered at three levels: Débutant, Mi-Débutant, Intermédiaire. Includes course packet with text and workbook, access to online flashcards, quizzes and listening activities for practice. Includes projects, assessment and feedback from Amey on completed work throughout course. $150 per course. No time limit for completion. Amey believes everyone can speak French, no matter your age, time restraints, personality, or other perceived limitations. Studying with her develops your speaking, listening comprehension, reading and writing skills through a variety of fun activities both in and out of class. If you're looking for some practice exercises, there are many organized by level and subject directly in this website. There are also a few more on the blog, along with articles on cultural topics.

Not sure where you fit language-wise ?

Find out what's covered in different classes:  What's My Level ?

Where do I go ?

The French With Amey center is in the Island Park office complex in Springfield (building E), just blocks from the bus station, and with easy access by EMX, bike or car. All buildings in the complex have the same address: 175 W. B St. The easiest access is from A street off Mill, which leads directly into the parking lot. There is ample parking and the complex is located next to a park. There is limited space, so you have to sign up in advance ( at least two days before event). Payment by cash or check, in full or partial for term. Please arrive no earlier than 5 minutes before scheduled start time. About Amey Amey Herman has a B.A. in French and a Master's in foreign language education. She studied in Avignon for an academic year in full immersion. She taught English at a French business school near Lille.  She has experience teaching all ages: students in elementary, middle and high school, college, and adults, and has worked with students of all abilities from many backgrounds. Amey also plays music! She plays violin in a classical setting with the Eugene Community Orchestra and various chamber ensembles, and traditional music with her partner Doug Heydon. If you would like to know more about Amey's albums and upcoming performances, visit the D'n'A site: Our D'n'A Music