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University of South Carolina
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Centre d'Enseignement du Francais (Other)
I can take the pain out of learning French by helping you solve any problems that you have, as well as help you master this beautiful language. I'm still a kid at heart and did not enjoy language learning much while in school. As a result, I try to make learning French as fun as possible by providing positive motivation throughout my sessions. I have taught French in schools around the world for eight years and lived in francophone countries for a decade. I'm fully trained in Schools Attuned methods and am aware of different learning styles among students. I hope that I can help you to make the progress you seek in French. Bonjour!
I can take the pain out of learning French by helping you solve any problems that you have, as well as help you master this beautiful language. I'm still a kid at heart and did not enjoy language learning much
Morgan liked Ralph. He was patient and very interactive. Morgan left the session feeling very positive. I think they will have a very positive relationship as teacher & student.
Mr. Ralph was a huge help to me in studying for an upcoming French placement exam. He gave me a challenging, but manageable crash course!! My tutoring experience with him was exactly what I wanted.
Ralph is an exceptional tutor. He is so patient, making french a blast and extremely engaging. I feel so lucky and honored to learn from such a brilliant man!
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