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About David G.

Jersey City, NJ
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I have been teaching/tutoring French since 1977. I lived in a French speaking country for almost 2 years as a member of the Peace Corps (Niger). I have spent extensive periods of time in France. I have a BA in French (cum laude) from The Ohio State University. I have testimonials upon request. Merci

About David
I taught English as a Second Language in Niamey, Niger as a member of the Peace Corps in 1977-78. While there I also tutored some fellow volunteers in French, which was the official language of the country. Since then I have developed lesson plans based on the individual student's needs in both English and French. I have spent extensive time in France. I have a BA (cum laude) from The Ohio State University (1977). I belong to these Honor Societies: Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Eta Sigma.
Laudiane S. July 26, 2015
Verified Student · French · In home
I've been having a great experience since beginning. David is a great teacher!
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David G.

David G.

Jersey City, NJ 07306
starting at
$22 / 30-min

About Anna C.

New York, NY
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I am a native of France and have been teaching kids and adults for years.
Ranging from basic conversation to poetry and literature, I will use your favorite matters to familiarize you with French whether it is cooking, art, music, French culture... I can also assist you with all your applications, resumes and cover letters. I am willing to help my students with their French issues whether they are beginners or advanced.
As an opera singer, and a voice teacher, I also teach very specifically the French pronunciation. I coached singers' French pronunciation with operatic productions, and I love to combine the music within the language with the music itself. I also aim to help all singers and actors in freeing their natural voice thanks to the bel canto techniques.
Please note that the 30-minutes lessons are available online (skype) only.

About Anna
Dear student,
Here are a few facts about me.
I am a native of France. For a part of my life I had to follow a “practical” course, and earned a degree in aerospace engineering, a profession I practiced successfully for several years at the French spatial agency. But I was eventually able to abandon the engineering profession in order to devote myself entirely to my true calling.
As an opera singer, I have been performing in places such as Cortot concert hall in Paris or Carnegie Hall in New York. I have been teaching voice for years now, to kids and adults. I have also been teaching French
since my arrival in the US.
I therefore teach French diction too, to professional singers and actors.
I also enjoy teaching music initiation to the little ones (3 to 6 years old).
I would be happy to answer all the questions regarding my work.
Valentina V. March 8, 2017
Verified Student · French · Online
Great teacher. She has engaged my daughter and renewed her interest!
Angelique February 2, 2016
· Classical Voice · In studio
Anna was a great teacher. She has always perfectly adapted to my needs and level, finding the appropriate ways to coach me. I have made considerable progress with her and would strongly recommend her sensitive and rigorous teaching.

Among many skills, she herself has an extraordinary voice and vocal technique which will make you even more willing to develop your vocal skills.
Zoya February 2, 2016
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Anna possesses an incredible voice, her vocal technique is flawless. She is very professional and knowledgeable and can demonstrate the right sound which only a professional singer can do, and which is essential. She is fluent with languages which is an extremely important working on vocal technique, diction, interpretation. Wonderful instructor to work with!
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Anna C.

Anna C.

New York, NY 10021
starting at
$40 / 30-min

About Edward A.

Brooklyn, NY

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French is my first language, I'm enthusiastic to share and teach it to others.

About Edward
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I was born and raised in Paris, France where I completed my BA with honors in literature and philosophy at Lycée Louis Bascan. I continued my study of philosophy at the Sorbonne before relocating to the UK where I attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.

My interest in education came from the amazing and generous teachers that I was fortunate enough to have had in my youth. These educators had an infectious passion for their work and the subject matters at hand. Due to this, I've had the privilege of helping students, assisting ind
ividuals in realizing their own potential. I’ve also managed to follow their progress and watch them integrate into some of the top universities around the world.

I began tutoring with Equilibrium TLC in 2010 . I’ve since worked with them in the UK, USA and Switzerland. I specialize in French, philosophy, reading comprehension and history (TFI, GRE, GED, SAT, ACT). I taught French to all ages, from children to adults.

Years of teaching experience have made me acquire a lot of different methodologies. It has also taught me how to communicate and empathize with wide variety of people. I pride myself in being easy to work with, and willing to tailor my approach to your needs. I'm always happy to share my trade with others and provide a nurturing, supportive and fun environment.
Charlotte January 10, 2017
· Acting · In home
Edward is friendly, outgoing and patient. He assisted me in preparing monologues and with various acting work, including scenes and exercises. Definitely helped me over come nerves/fears. Would recommend for anyone seeking lessons in acting!
Philip January 7, 2017
· Acting · In home
Fantastic tutor, clearly a man whose dedication to his craft is admirable. Not only is he knowledgeable in a variety of acting methodologies but also a great communicator and teacher. Very easy to work with, great sense of humour and willing to tailor his approach to your needs.
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Edward A.

Edward A.

Brooklyn, NY 11217
starting at
$30 / 30-min

About Paule S.

Princeton, NJ

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As a native speaker with over 15 years of experience teaching French to students of all experience levels, my goal is to share with others my love for the beautiful language that is French! With my lessons, I strive to create personal and individualized courses, as opposed to many curricula which have rigid study schedules and unforgiving pace. These courses are fluid in nature and designed to fit student needs and schedules.

About Paule
I adapt my teaching to the needs of each student. I taught children at 5 years old and
adults at 70 years old. It is not the same way of teaching, I help students to prepare
SAT 1 - 2 AP advanced etc..
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Paule S.

Paule S.

Princeton, NJ 08540
starting at
$30 / 30-min

About Marco M.

Brooklyn, NY
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French Class

About Marco
The Collective School Of Music in New York
Vocational Diploma in Commercial Retail and Management Music Space Store Monthey
Diploma Colege de la Tuilerie Saint-Maurice (Switzerland)
Conservatory classic Sion (Switzerland)
Cycle d’orientation (High School) Collombey-Muraz (Switzerland)
Professional Experiences
Commercial Retail and Management Music Space (Switzerland)
Music Teacher in the Centre off musical (Switzerland)
Electrician Grichting & Valterio
▪ French and Italian Mother tongue
▪ English Professional use
▪ Allemand
Intermediate, 10 years of school st
▪ 12 years MAO (Computer assisted music & production) (Ableton live, Pro Tools, Cubase, Bitwig...)
▪ Website management▪ Edition (Finale, Sibelius )▪ Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Pages, Keynote, Mac, PC, Photoshop...
15 years of piano, 14 years drumming, 7 years guitar
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Marco M.

Marco M.

Brooklyn, NY 11225
starting at
$25 / 30-min

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