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BA- Loyola University Chicago (French)
My Name is Sarahlois, I was born and raised in Italy. I moved to the U.S. a few years ago, to go to school where I plan on getting my BA at Loyola University Chicago, majoring in French Language Studies. Languages are my passion, because they give one the opportunity to explore new cultures, cuisine, give different personal views on the world, and gives one an excuse to travel to places. In fact, another reason why I took it upon myself studying foreign languages, is the simple reason for my love to travel, so far I've been to France, Spain, Germany, Jamaica, U.K., and The Netherlands. I look forward to visit other places as well.
While studying in school, I took to my Italian heritage to my advantage, I've had many tutoring sessions with Italian students, and became the Teacher's Aid at NIU. I've also been an in class tutor with french and math. I love to help others, and I'm very patient, I like to make sure everyone gets the material. If you have any questions, or would like to set up tutoring sessions don't hesitate to contact me, I usually check my messages everyday.
I believe education is essential, being caught up with course material is very important. I would be honored to help you keep up with course work, or if you're traveling somewhere, help you learn the language. Hello!
My Name is Sarahlois, I was born and raised in Italy. I moved to the U.S. a few years ago, to go to school where I plan on getting my BA at Loyola University Chicago, majoring in French Language Studies. Languages
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