How Do You Choose A Great French Teacher?
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MANHATTAN NYC ! As you know, there are dozens of people offering French tutoring on this site. They all claim reasonable rates, good teaching skills, etc. How do you choose a teacher who will give you great results and won't waste your valuable time and money? Here are some points to consider

Experience: I've been doing this professionally for 21years in New York City. Teaching is like taxi driving -- anyone can do it, but it takes a while to learn how to get around without wasting time and money. Is your current teacher a relative novice, or an experienced professional like me?

Method: Over the years, I've developed my own teaching materials and methods, which have proven to work well with students of all levels and abilities. Are you learning well from your current teacher? If not, could the problem be with the teaching method?

References: I will be pleased to give you references from past and present students.

Free : For serious students, I will give a free introduction to my method (not a free class) so you can decide if you like it or not. (Please serious inquiries only!)

Convenience: I give lessons in my home on West 14th Street, convenient to all subway and bus transportation.

Flexible teaching schedule: This is my only occupation. Therefore, I can work out a teaching schedule that suits your needs.

Rates: Yes, my rates are reasonable for the kind of teaching I do! I charge $70 per hour (usually students pay 4 classes in advance and come once a week. This rate includes all material/books.

COMPARE then choose! If you are studying a language, you are making a big investment of your valuable time. If you want to see how I can teach you to speak, read, and write high-quality French, as I have taught hundreds of others -

All levels. Private lessons only.

So, if you are serious please contact me via TEXT IS BEST 646 420 7676 or email: Email : French A La Maison


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