I've been mainly giving lessons to teenagers. In my opinion, learning is a combination of understanding and training, especially when you teach a language. Understand the dynamics and construction of French is important and then practicing a lot on subjects related to France or actuality around the world. I do a lot of oral comprehension expression and understanding, and pronunciation.
I'm a medicine student in France (fourth year) and I'm doing a gap year in London.
I've been giving lessons for 5 years, teaching Sciences, French, Maths... I had 12 students in total between 12 to 20 including 2 English teenagers for french lessons.
Those tariffs are equivalent to one I used to have in France. We can discuss a global offer if you need a lot of class of course.
Also in the case of at-home lessons, if the journey costs more than 6 pounds way and back, I might ask a little bit more to refound a part of the journey to your place.
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