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I am a native and qualified French teacher with several years of experience and I offer one to one French lessons to all level and ages. I cover sentence structure, grammar, verbs and we will build up your conversation to slowly get you confident and comfortable with the language.

I provide all material, and depending on your expectations and your way of learning, I make the classes either more interactive or more academic.

I make sure we cover

* the practice of conversation and building up sentences

* grammar and verbs learning

* vocabulary and sentence structure explanation

* pronunciation, reading through article of your interests

As I think learning needs to be fun, I can make the classes more or less interactive, using books, games and magazines that I bring from France. I can also do classes outdoor in museum or cooking in French. I use Skype, Zoom or any other videocall spftware.

I charge ?25 per hour, and ?30 from 5pm.

A bientot !

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