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Transition from GCSE to AS level French

Achieving a good grade at GCSE French does not necessarily guarantee an easy transition to AS/A...
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Tips For Becoming Fluent In French

Become the foreign person you want to be:I believe that a major part of becoming fluent is based...
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The Importance of Studying a Language

At a time when the take-up of languages at GCSE, 'A' Level and beyond is decreasing, I want to...
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The struggle to teach French grammar

One of the most intimidating things about the transition from French GCSE to French A-level for...

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  • Oral Exam Techniques For A-Level Students Editor's Pick

    Caroline Frankau A-level French Tutor (South East London) Picture One of the main sources of worry for French A-Level students is the oral examination. There are three principle reasons for this. Firstly, students often feel understandably nervous at the prospect of expressing themselves in a foreign language. They worry about making grammatical mistakes or...
  • INTENSIVE COURSE AVAILABILITY!

    Yasmin Akhavan A-level French Tutor (West London) Picture My 3 day tailor-made intensive course is back!  27th-29th November, if you are in need of a crash course, whether for impending essay deadlines, or just French conversation, get in touch for a package rate. Costs customised to your needs and timings! Get in touch! 
  • Writing An Effective Summary For A-Level French

    Mary: French and Spanish Tutor A-level French Tutor (Croydon) Picture One of the new aspects of A-level assessment from 2017 and 2018 is the assessment of students' ability to write a summary. Writing an effective summary requires a great deal of skills and you will undoubtedly transfer these skills into your future studies of French if you continue it at...

 

  • Try To Relax!

    Cyrielle Cohen A-level French Tutor (North London) Picture Why don't you try to relax? We live in a super connected world and we are constantly attracted to different screens and data. In our working and personal environment, we become more and more adept at multi-tasking. Nowadays, we need to learn how to relax in order to enjoy life, capture life...
  • Why Is It Important To Learn A New Language?

    Grace Fairbairn A-level French Tutor (Redhill) Picture In the multicultural world that we live in, having the knowledge of another language and culture is highly useful. It enables us to communicate with a diverse range of people and in the process gain a stronger understanding of one's own culture and language. Evidence shows that learning a new...
  • Tips For Becoming Fluent In French Editor's Pick

    Nordine Schweitzer A-level French Tutor (North West London) Picture Become the foreign person you want to be:I believe that a major part of becoming fluent is based on “acting”: act like a french person and you’re halfway there. Pick up the mannerisms, accent, intonation, gestures that french people use, sell your act of “I’m playing a french person". If you’re...