I tend to train only how to speak and adapt to the need or interest of each students.
I also follow or give tips for the student to train on a daily basis while having fun to do it. My first students were Japanese, and really help me how to explain to make the right sound (specially the *R*, the different *E*, or the *U*. Pronunciation is one thing, but I think it's very important to try to speak from the start to have fun and avoid frustration.
Usually I segment a lesson into different part, which involves a new input every time. The idea is quantity first over perfection at first, to get more and more confident and interested into this amazing language.
I've been giving 1 on 1 lessons from 2015 and and got 5 students until now. I've done my Master in another field than language, but since I left Switzerland, I've been teaching regularly different persons with different level of Proficiency.
I'll welcome any level of French. My part-time job is translator for the video game industry.
Really good teacher, patient and flexible. I highly recommend him. :D
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