To me practice is key, you have to be aware of the base (grammar) but then it's all about talking a lot with a native french speaker that you get automatisms and a fluent speaking.
I'm currently a 1st year in Neurosciences at King's College London, I have taught free french lessons to my peers already. I'm a good reader of French literature and philosophy, I can discuss almost all topics with you. I'm a really chill but professionnel person , so you will feel comfortable with me and learn fast.
I've obtained a French Scientific Baccalauréat with an overall mark of 18,71/20
I've been awarded of a National price for being a Young women in Public Affair from the international organism Zonta, I've pass an certificate of initiation in Aeronautics, I've earned many contest in Maths, Sciences and Latin.
I was representative of high school students in my high school and in my authority, which lead me to debate in the European parliament during an Euroscola.
I speak French, English and Spanish fluently, I've learn Latin as well.
I've worked as a receptionnist and ticket seller during holidays in south of France, and i work sometimes at the reception of my University Residence.
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