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Are you looking for a little help learning French? French tutor Carol Beth L. explains how tutoring can help... Learning French – or any new language – can be difficult, especially if you have little time or are not sure how to go about this gargantuan task. Hiring a tutor can help a lot in a number of ways, and can offer support in a variety of situations. Here are a few ways in which a tutor can help: 1) Pacing Suppose you do not have time to take a class and must study French on your own
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