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I am a French Canadian from Quebec and I arrived in the United States in July 2008. The best way to learn French will be for you to practice French. And here I can help you. During our tutoring sessions we will speak only in French. I really believe a foreign language should be taught in that language. We will work on what you don't understand in French grammar and verbs so that it will become second nature for you. Also, we will work on proper pronunciation, and the elegance of the liaisons. Be ready to work, be ready to think in French...
I could also help you if you are in need of an algebra tutor, and don't worry I won't do it in French... I'll help you to understand the mystery of algebra. I am a French Canadian from Quebec and I arrived in the United States in July 2008. The best way to learn French will be for you to practice French. And here I can help you. During our tutoring sessions we will speak only in French. I really believe a … Read more
Sophie has the perfect combination of tough/nice. She knows how to push yet she is also very compassionate and friendly. I have tried to learn to speak French but I have been so intimidated I couldn't progress. Everything changed when I found Sophie. I am happy to say I am finally speaking French and am excited about becoming more fluent. I couldn't be happier!
Sophie has met with my Sophomore son twice to help him prepare for 2nd-year-French tests. To challenge him beyond what he already knows, she develops questions similar to his teacher's, prompts further thinking, and suggests study material. He feels his time studying with her is very well-spent!
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