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Fairfield University (French)
Boston College (Master's)
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I am a doctoral candidate in French at Boston College writing on Jean-Paul Sartre. I have learned/taught at UCLA, USC, and BC; I currently teach French at UMass Boston. Each of these programs is conducted in French from the first class, and that is the primary method that I employ in my tutoring. However, students can also choose to learn in both languages or just in English if explanations of corrections are the priority. I am also an accomplished editor in the language and can help students make the transition from oral expression to written text. Finally, I am available at some times during the week and most times on weekends.
I am a doctoral candidate in French at Boston College writing on Jean-Paul Sartre. I have learned/taught at UCLA, USC, and BC; I currently teach French at UMass Boston. Each of these programs is conducted in French from the first
I dont think i could of found a better french teacher. Excellent in all aspects: knowledge, educational abilities, structure---patience. All around terrific.
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