Who is going to be your teacher?We are three French teachers very devoted to our work. When we teach French via Skype we always follow the same principles: efficiency, fun, good atmosphere, progression, flexibility and motivation.
Thank you for understanding that you cannot choose your teacher. She will be selected based on our availability and schedules. But do not worry, we all work with the same commitment and quality!
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Thank you, Lara & Elisabeth & Lili
Languages: French, English, German
Hi, my name's Lara and have been teaching French for 7 years. As a part time job first, during my years in university, and as a full time job since November 2013. I just completed my Master in International Law and decided to teach French per Skype in order to do something useful while travelling. Hence, you will see me sometimes in Turkey and sometimes in Paris. And even in Alaska maybe in a couple of month! Who knows! But always with the same willingness and motivation behind: teaching my language and my culture to those who are interested in them. I'm very interested in current political and social events, sports, art and of course: travels. I speak both English and German and I hope I will help you out to get to know Molière's' language. I can't wait to get to know you!
Languages: French, English, Greek
Bonjour, my name is Elisabeth, I am a French native from Lyon. I have taught French for nearly one year. Before I was an actress and director so words were already my work’s base! I try to use my theatrical tools during my lessons to make them playful and funny. This part of the learning process is important for me, the less stressed you are, the easier you will learn and remember because you won’t be focusing on it!
Languages: French, English
Bonjour! :) My name is Lili, I live in Toulouse, in the south of France. I acquired my masters degree there, in the department of French as foreign language. During my university studies I offered French classes to foreign students and later I became a teacher in a language school as well.