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Bonjour!

I am a University student (around 20 years old) that is looking to study in France next summer 2014! I have been doing so much research and I've just gotten so overwhelmed with all the information. Bottom line, I do not know where I should go to study!

For now, these are the ones that I am considering:
CLE in Tours, France
l'Institut de Touraine (Tours, France)

I am planning to live with a host family and I'm looking for a language institution that is able to find quality and warm, friendly families to live with! I want an language school that can improve my oral french and my goal there is to be immersed in French!

Do you have any suggestions of where to go or any reviews on the schools I have considered?

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