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Ecole Jeanne d'Arc - Albertville - France (Litterature)
Ecole de Notariat - Lyon - France (Graduate Coursework)
I was born and raised in France, leaved in Albertville (Alps) till my forties when I moved to California. I worked for more than twenty years as a lawyer's clerk, so my grammar and spelling had to be perfect.
If you are looking to improve your conversational skills, need help to plan your next trip to Europe or you are struggling on your French essay, I will be glad to help you and guide you through the difficulty of the French language.
I have been a tutor at a local college for two years, while I was getting my Art degree, and I had a great time helping the French students (level 2 to 4).
I have a lot of free time during the day, and I can use Skype or emails.
A bientôt j'espère! I was born and raised in France, leaved in Albertville (Alps) till my forties when I moved to California. I worked for more than twenty years as a lawyer's clerk, so my grammar and spelling had to be perfect.
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This was a first language lesson for me, so all I can say is that Sylviane was a very knowledgeable and patient tutor and that I look forward to our next session. I appreciate her willingness to focus on the areas of language that are most important to me.
Needing to brush up on my conversational French, I had a good experience meeting Sylviane in an art gallery setting. There was a lot of subject matter and it made for good conversational topics. Was time well spent and I would definitely recommend those in need of french tutoring to look Sylviane up!
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