Bonjour! Hello! Je m'appelle Monsieur C. Please call me Chris or Christopher, s'il vous plait.
I began studying French as my selection of a foreign language as a high school student from the 9th grade through 12th and graduated with a New York State Certified Regents seal on my High School Diploma in French, English and History.
I continued with my studies in French particularly, in College beginning as a student in Intermediate studies in French, as I was well educated previously and then furthered my comprehensive knowledge of the French language as a student in Advanced studies,un etudiant de Francais.
I earned a 3.6 GPA Deans List accreditation and French naturally became my favorite subject of interest.
I felt confident in my understanding of French, as indicated by the encouragement of my teachers and professors as my pronunciation and accents of French vocabulary came to me easily, kind of second nature. My familiarity with the understanding of proper grammar, usage, pronunciation and creative expression in conversation also inspired my desire to became even more diligent in my study of French as I read, write and speak the language comfortably and with little or no difficulty.
As having had experience tutoring students in French as well as other subject matter I have found my experience to be exciting, refreshing and enjoyable for the enlightenment and appreciation of my students and for myself as well.
I consistently encourage my students to try their best and not be afraid to make mistakes as learning cannot take place nor can knowledge grow without a certain amount of risk and that one should not feel too frustrated from making the occasional error or two. In an effort to continue working as a Registered and Certified New York State Teaching Assistant I sincerely welcome the opportunity to share my knowledge and instruction of tutoring French to anyone whether they are just being introduced to beginning the study of the French language or for anyone who needs to further their already familiar grasp and understanding of French.
Thank you for your most appreciated attention given to reading about me and I look forward to assisting you and be well assured that your quality of instruction will be outstanding. Au revoir et a bien tot! Good bye and see you soon! Merci bien!
Yours most sincerely,
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