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I have an intermediate level of French, and I would like to take the next step to becoming fluent by going to France on my own for several weeks in June before I begin grad school in the fall. Does anyone have any advice on places to stay in order to practice my French?

I am not interested in doing a class, but I stumbled upon the UCPA vacances which is extremely intriguing. Does anyone have any information about a UCPA trip you have done in the past?

Thanks!

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