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(now) University of North Texas (French and Biology)
I have a degree in French studies from the University of North Texas and finishing up a degree in biology this fall. I'm absolutely fascinated by the fact that we all have language, and want to pursue a career unraveling the mystery as to why we can acquire and develop language in our beautiful brains. It personally brings me joy to help people struggle, play with and acquire the miracle that is language. I've been helping friends with french for years, but find it too far and few between, so here I am.
I came to French in college when I started a degree in international development with an interest in francophone countries. The degree became unsatisfying to me, which thankfully allowed me to switch gears to language and science. I spend most days working in a plant research lab at UNT but always have time for French, and those who love the language.
I have a degree in French from the University of North Texas. Where I took basic courses for learning French as well as specific subjects like pronunciation, conversation, French literature, and my personal favorite, French media. In 2013 I lived in the French region of Basse-Normandie in the city of Caen taking courses in french for six months. Up to this point I have six years of regular practice and study in French.
It's hard not to have fun when learning a language so let's find out what your goals are and get at them. I have a degree in French studies from the University of North Texas and finishing up a degree in biology this fall. I'm absolutely fascinated by the fact that we all have … Read more
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