Get familiarised with Business French and everyday French
Sunday, 15 October, 2017 Reply to:
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My personal experiences taught me that practising a language with a native speaker does make a real difference. Being a native French speaker, my first arrival in Australia was a bit of a challenge as I had to deal with many everyday situations, and this despite of the fact that I had taken classes and had academic knowledge of English in France (An acquaintance from Australia, who had left for Grenoble (France), had also faced a similar challenge)
In fact, the biggest step for you is to have those knowledge unlocked, and as such, buying groceries, renting a home, dealing with customers at work or also dealing with the phone company, will become easier for you. The easist way to do this is to have the opportunity to speak and practice with a French speaker, on a regular basis
I have been tutoring students since 2013, the great majority of whom have sent me positive feedbacks.
In my one hour class, we are going to converse in French, but not only. I am going to provide you with some mock situations, each of which will be the reflection of real-life and everyday situations you will be encountering once in France, Canada or other French-speaking countries or environments. We will be also practising French through dialogues and questions, texts and other materials.
If you are in Shanghai, New York or London, and just received a Job Offer from France or just got promoted to a position which requires some knowledge of French, you probably need to get familiarised with French business words.
For those of you interested to learn about the French used in Business, you are more than welcome to contact me as well.
Please hit me, should you be willing to go ahead with one of my propositions,