I have spent 10 years of my career conducting academic research on Haitian Creole language. I have also taught French and French Literature in one of the most prestigious religious high schools in the Haitian capital. I have also wrote dozens of articles in French and Haitian Creole for a well-respected country's newspaper. Since 2009, I have been working as a French-Haitian Creole-English interpreter across New England.
You may have dozens of reasons why you choose to learn a new language like French or Haitian Creole. However, the challenge of learning a foreign language can bring you joy and open many doors along your career. As globalization and mobility and communications bring the world ever closer together, ever more urgent is the need for global citizens to be competent in other languages. Moreover, it will make your travels and vacations more enjoyable if you are able to successfully navigate all sorts of situations, like ordering meals in restaurants, asking for and understanding directions, finding accommodations and perhaps negotiating cheaper prices, and meeting and talk with natives.
Learning French or Haitian Creole is an enormously rewarding and enriching experience. As a qualified tutor, I can help you live this wonderful adventure by trying my interactive and personalized tutoring method that helps my students making good progress in a very short time.
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