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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Master’s in Art, Art History and French Literature from ICART (Paris)
My Course for Beginner is designed for students who wish to learn basic grammar, common vocabulary, numbers, the time of day, days of the week and more. The class largely stresses conversation and comprehension with a moderate emphasis on reading and writing. The student will also be exposed to French and Francophone culture.
My Course for Intermediate and Advanced will improve your ability to comprehend, converse and write in French. Increase vocabulary and expand your grammar, conversations.
Dear Learners My name is Jean-Luc, I am from the Loire Valley in France and have broad experience in teaching French at various levels (beginners to AP French, DELF and DALF) for numerous years. Based on the belief that a better world for all can be achieved through better communication, my missi
Teaches students 18 and up
Teaching since 2021
Ndeye G.Book Now
I provide French lessons for any type of students . Everything is up to you . You will learn a lot with me and also have fun .
Hello my name is ndeye . I am currently a student in college . I came into this platform to teach French because it is my first language and I love teaching it . I am very open minded and sociable with people even if I don’t know you . So my classes are going to be fun. Don’t hesitate to contact m
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 1 and up
Teaching since 2016
faiza M.Book Now
I am a native speaker of the language, in addition of working as a teacher at LANGUAGE STARS(I taugh Arabic and a little bit of French to kids from 1-14yo at the center). I have been tutoring for a while now, from when I was in high school to when I got to college.
I consider my teaching method different because I use different technique to keep the lesson fun and interesting. I am a great fit for active kids (1-14yo). I am also a great fit for adults that like to learn languages the NON traditional way. If you have any question, please do not hesitate to reach out. Hope to hear from you.
Hi There, I have been tutoring for a while now from when I was in high school to when I got to college. I have been a teacher at LANGUAGE STARS. I taugh Arabic and a little bit of French to kids from 1-14yo at the center. I am a NATIVE speaker of the language. My Method of teaching consist o
Speaks American Sign Language
Teaching since 2015
Teaches students 18 and up
I am a Deaf ASL instructor, and I've been teaching since 2015. I've enjoying to see my students develop a sense of ASL, which is a beautiful and visual language to learn.
Once you take a few ASL classes, you will build your signs skills to able to converse with Deaf people and learn about Deaf Culture.
My name is Purnima, and I am a Deaf ASL Instructor. I graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with TASL (Teaching American Language in a Master's Degree). I have been teaching ASL since 2015 in different local public schools. I also worked as a Teaching Assistant for the Deaf School.
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaching since 2004
Teaches students 5 and up
Language is my passion. I am a professor of Spanish with 15 years of experience teaching at college level. I am from Venezuela, but I've lived in the US since I came to get my PhD in Hispanic Literature at the University of Virginia. I love teaching my language and my culture. I teach all levels of Spanish: basic, intermediate, advance, conversation, Spanish through literature, theater or movies, and Spanish for business. I can tailor classes to your needs.
My general method of teaching includes developing speaking, listening, reading and writing skills, while offering an approach to Hispanic culture.
Contact me and we can chat about your needs and how I can help you to achieve your goals.
I am a professor of Spanish with more than 15 years of teaching experience at college level. I love words and languages in general. I'm from Venezuela, where I studied journalism. I moved to the United States to get a PhD in Hispanic literature. I'm also a translator. I teach basic, intermediate an
Speaks English, French, Italian
Teaching since 2013
Teaches students 4 and up
I am French, and I live in New York. I graduated with a college degree from La Sorbonne in Italian translation. Thus, languages are my passion.
I have tutored for four years in New York for all levels: children and teenagers, attending the best schools and universities in the country, and adults. It would be a pleasure to help new students discover the French language and culture. You can find below my expertise fields: -Grammar, conve
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