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I've been teaching French for 4 years. It is true that French language can be challenging to learn but with my help and experience (and some homework), you'll be able to speak fluently in a reasonable period of time! I want you to enjoy learning, so we'll work conjugation, grammar rules, pronunciation etc, but most importantly, we'll work on your interests, what inspires you, the reason why you want to learn French. We'll watch videos, read articles, listen to songs... Remember, my priority is your expectations! And my English is very good...
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I have vast experience in teaching French as a second language. I taught it for many years in my home country, Portugal, to middle and high schoolers and am currently tutoring the language. I love the sound of the French language and the way it can convey different emotions. French is the language of love, art and literature. Let me help you develop your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. We will make a great journey together.
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Gina has a BA and MA in French language and literature. She has taught adults and children since 1990.
She has taught both adults and children, in private lessons and in schools.
Gina is a violinist and pianist, performs around the southeast US and teaches violin and piano- in all musical genres.
As a native French teacher, I teach my students the most recent and accurate vocabulary and give them efficient explanation for the grammar. I always include info about French culture and make sure my students enjoy their learning experience.
My name is Fanny and I recently moved to Charleston with my family. I currently teach at the Citadel and also for the Alliance Française. I have a lot of experience teaching French as a second language to adults, students, teens and children. I am a dynamic and enthusiastic teacher, who loves her job !
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I have been teaching in a public high school for 4 years. I teach levels 1-5, so I can tutor very beginners as well as more advanced students. I have a Bachelor's degree in French and International Business, as well as a Master's Degree in Education. I have studied abroad in France for 6 months and traveled there many times, as well as taken students there. I will teach you the French language and culture.
I have been teaching for 4 years at both the middle and high school levels. My Bachelor's degrees are in French and International Business, and my Master's is in Education, so I am well-trained to teach you French!
I studied abroad for 6 months in Lille, in the north of France. I have traveled to France for leisure three other times.
I am French and I have been teaching for...ever. Should I add that I love both?
He then obtained a scholarship at the « Maitrise Baroque de Versailles » for a year where he learned Choral and Orchestral direction.
In the late 1990's he founded the Progressive Rock band "Saens" with whom he made 3 albums produced in Italy and UK.
Between 1990 and 2004 he was the music director of EISF and adapted and conducted a wide range of Musicals and Opera from "The Wizard Of Oz" to the Benjamin Britten " N
in 2012, he married his wife and moved to the U.S. where he played Bass guitar in bands as different as the Americana Band "Forty Mile Detour" or the Funky/ Soul band, "Groove Craft" and "Jupiter Down" a Metal Band.
Songwriter, singer, classical guitarist and bass player, Pascal always had a soft spot for cinema and more precisely B movies. When he learned that the musical 'The brain that wouldn't die" was being adapted in Charleston in 2016 / 2017, he jumped on it and was selected to be the creature
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