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University Jean Moulin Lyon III
I am a native French speaker and have lived in the US for over 8 years. I tutored students for many years when I was still living in France and have been helping American students learn French for a few years now. I really enjoy it! I also have experience tutoring professionals studying for the FSOA.
I believe that learning should be fun so I always use material that is related to my students interests. My goal is to transmit my passion for learning. Speaking several languages has allowed me to meet wonderful people and opened a lot of doors for me so I hope to give you or your children the opportunity to experience the benefits of communicating in another language. I am a native French speaker and have lived in the US for over 8 years. I tutored students for many years when I was still living in France and have been helping American students learn French for a few years now. I really enjoy it! I also have experience tutoring professionals studying for
I worked with Audrey to prepare for the U.S. Department of State's foreign language test. She was always on time for our appointments, helped me fine-tune my word-choice and pronunciation, and was always encouraging. As a native French speaker, she understands the language very well and is able to explain things in English in an easy to understand manner. In short, she was very helpful for me in preparing for (and passing) the State examination. For diplomats and students alike: Fully recommended!
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